A standard text book definition of a catalyst states "any substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without being consumed itself (i.e. without undergoing any permanent chemical change) within the process".
Recent industrial history has shown a significant shift in reliance towards the use of catalytic chemistry. Catalytic reactions are preferred as environmentally friendly and within green chemistry due to the reduced amount of materials used and consequent waste generated. A high percentage of all commercially produced chemical products involve catalysts or catalytic processes at some stage, and whether you are in the energy processing business, a producer of bulk or fine chemicals or in the food processing industry, Rejuvetech can help you identify and improve catalytic species to satisfy appropriate technical requirements. The study of selection, profiling and overall appraisal of existing processes form the basis of addressing how to maximise energy efficient procedures.
Projects have included:
- Broad spectrum functional group manipulation
- Chiral chemistry manipulation
- Other carbon-carbon and carbon-hetero atom bond formation and cleavage