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  Catalyst Space
Sign up for the FREE Catalyst Podcast with interviews from many of the speakers from Catalyst Conference 2007, including Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel, Francis Chan, Dave Ramsey, and others.
Catalyst brings you what’s next in small group studies.
Catalyst 2007 Resources are still available for a limited time at conference prices.
www.catalystspace.com   (661 words)

  Catalyst - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Catalysts participate in reactions but are neither reactants nor products of the reaction they catalyse (a strange 'exception' is the process of autocatalysis).
Catalysts cannot make energetically unfavorable reactions possible — they have no effect on the chemical equilibrium of a reaction because the rate of both the forward and the reverse reaction are equally affected (see also thermodynamics).
Carbon dioxide and nitrogen are desorbed from the surface and emitted as relatively harmless gases:
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Catalyst   (1273 words)

 Catalyst Encyclopedia @ LaunchBase.net (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Catalysis is at the heart of the Bombardier beetle defence mechanism.
A catalyst can be poisoned if another compound reacts with it and bonds chemically, but does not release, chemically alters the catalyst.
In the former case, the catalytic activity is not regained after repetitive washings of the catalyst, while in the latter case, the substrate may still displace the inhibitor, and often the inhibitor can be removed by washing with an appropriate solvent.
www.launchbase.net /encyclopedia/Catalyst   (935 words)

 Catalyst: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Catalyst is also the name of a line of automatic test equipment automatic test equipment quick summary:
A ziegler-natta catalyst is a catalyst used in the production of unbranched, tacticitystereoregular polyalkene polymers....
This is because a catalyst affects the rate of reaction equally in both the forward and reverse directions.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/catalyst.htm   (1446 words)

Catalyst is also the name of a line of automatic test equipment produced by Teradyne, a line of Ethernet switches manufactured by Cisco Systems, and a software suite developed by ATI Technologies for their graphics processing units.
A catalyst (Greek: καταλύτης, catalytis) is a substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction, at some temperature, but without itself being transformed or consumed by the reaction (see also catalysis).
In some rare situations, one may describe an atomic nucleus as a catalyst in a nuclear reaction (see, for example, the CNO cycle).
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Catalyst   (547 words)

With catalyst 1, we have observed that the difference between the endo and the exo reaction enthalpies was close to the semi-empirical value.
Catalyst 2 is probably too small for catalysing either the endo or the exo additions.
The deformation of the catalyst is more important than has been found with mechanics calculations, but it remains very small in comparison with the size of the catalyst: the deformation is spread out over the 285 atoms and the 315 bonds.
www.ch.ic.ac.uk /motm/porphyrins/catalyst.html   (1465 words)

 InsightCentral.net - Encyclopedia - Honda Insight Advance Catalyst System
The 3-way catalyst is closely coupled to the exhaust manifold to minimize heat-up time, thus reducing emissions after a cold start.
It must be assumed that the same conditions that caused the 3--way catalyst to deteriorate also deteriorated the lean NOx catalyst.
In addition, the system's smaller weight and the elimination of the exhaust header (the header is now integral with the cylinder head) allowed it to be constructed as a single unit, thus eliminating the additional weight of interconnecting exhaust flanges.
www.insightcentral.net /encyclopedia/encatalytic.html   (413 words)

 Gentoo Linux Projects -- Catalyst
The catalyst FAQ attempts to answer commonly asked questions related to catalyst and its usage.
The catalyst Reference Manual is now available in two flavors, one for catalyst 1.x and one for catalyst 2.x.
The catalyst tool is intended to be used by those who wish to create their own customized versions of Gentoo Linux, or their own customized LiveCDs.
www.gentoo.org /proj/en/releng/catalyst   (589 words)

Catalyst offers hosting for organisations of all sizes from schools to large polytechnics, universities and corporates.
Catalyst Multimedia also offers full design services for your own custom theme design for your learning environment.
Catalyst offers a wide range of general IT consulting, software development and support services, with particular expertise in open source technologies with zero cost licenses.
catalyst.net.nz /products-moodle.htm   (580 words)

 Catalyst - The Elegant MVC Web Application Framework - search.cpan.org
Catalyst is a modern framework for making web applications without the pain usually associated with this process.
Catalyst plugins can be loaded by naming them as arguments to the "use Catalyst" statement.
Catalyst will automatically detect this situation when you are running the frontend and backend servers on the same machine.
search.cpan.org /perldoc?Catalyst   (1601 words)

 Catalyst Perfume by Halston at Perfume Emporium
Catalyst was created by Halston in 1993 and is recommended for office wear.
The potent feminine scent is said to have been created for the woman who has the "ability to cause a reaction, in whatever world she claims as her own." The full-bodied floral bouquet is blended with fragrant woods for a warm, lingering aura.
Catalyst is presented in fluid glass flacons, similar in line to a flowing Halston evening gown.
www.perfumeemporium.com /Womens/Details.cfm?ID=2969&source=9   (412 words)

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A catalyst in chemistry or biology is a substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction, at some temperature, but without itself being transformed or consumed by the reaction (see also catalysis).
A catalyst participates in the reaction but is neither a chemical reactant nor a chemical product.
I represents the point at which a chemical intermediate has been formed, which then reacts to form the products.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/catalyst.html   (386 words)

 perl.com: Catalyst
Catalyst borrows from other frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails and Apache Struts, but its main goal is to be a flexible, powerful, and fast framework for developing any type of web project in Perl.
Catalyst applications register their actions in the dispatcher at compile time, making it possible to process runtime requests quickly, without needing elaborate checks.
Catalyst builds only the structures it needs, so there are no delays to generate (for example) unused database relations.
www.perl.com /pub/a/2005/06/02/catalyst.html   (1253 words)

 Catalyst - Web Framework
Catalyst will make web development something you had never expected it to be: Fun, rewarding and quick.
With its wide support of operating systems and application servers, Catalyst allows you to deploy your applications on a system of your choice or adapt existing applications to take advantage of the benefits Catalyst offers.
Catalyst went right in without a question or a dependency to follow (might be I just happened to have everything underneath; OS X 10.2).
www.catalystframework.org   (521 words)

 About Catalyst: Our Mission
Catalyst is the leading research and advisory organization working with businesses and the professions to build inclusive environments and expand opportunities for women at work.
With offices in New York, San Jose, Toronto, and Zug, Catalyst is consistently ranked No. 1 among U.S. nonprofits focused on women’s issues by The American Institute of Philanthropy.
Catalyst seeks a world that supports and encourages every woman in her career aspirations and places no limits on where her skills and energy can take her.
www.catalyst.org /about/mission.shtml   (261 words)

 Faq_ref - Catalyst - Trac   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Catalyst is a Perl-based framework for developing web-applications.
Catalyst is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.
Catalyst is very nice about dumping all request/response/stash state when it dies.
dev.catalyst.perl.org /wiki/Faq_ref#bp.3   (3019 words)

 Catalyst - Publications
This second edition of Catalyst’s Talking Points series gives an overview of the importance of manufacturing in the UK economy and reviews the debate about what, if anything, should be done to reverse its decline.
But this briefing, researched by Catalyst for the TGWU, argues that it poses a serious threat to a unified, integrated health service that is free at the point of use.
From time to time Catalyst holds seminars and conferences on issues relating to our core concerns of economic, social and political justice.
catalystforum.org.uk /pubs   (3156 words)

 Injoy - John Maxwell, Catalyst, THRiVE!, Life@Work, Leadership and Teamwork Training
Catalyst exists to ignite passion for Christ and develop leadership potential in the next generation, equipping them to engage and impact their world.
In 2000, Catalyst was birthed by a handful of young leaders at INJOY and North Point Community Church who imagined a new experience-a leadership awakening that would raise up Next Generation Leaders to revolutionize their culture.
Today, Catalyst is more than a conference-it is an innovative and organic community of young leaders living out five fundamental elements that we believe are critical to having AUTHENTIC INFLUENCE.
www.injoy.com /Brands/catalyst.aspx   (217 words)

 WoWInterface Downloads : Catalyst
Tseric was nice enough to answer the question that's been asked an alarming number of times in a thread on the offical UI forums.
Catalyst intercepts certain "abusive" events that fire a very large number of times during loading and prevents other mods from recieving them, which prevents these mods from performing massive amounts of work during loading.
With catalyst running, I'm released to see the myself movcing in toward dock, makes a world of difference.
www.wowinterface.com /downloads/fileinfo.php?id=4827   (1581 words)

 Amazon.com: Catalyst: Books: Laurie Halse Anderson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Catalyst, Laurie Halse Anderson's third novel for teens, is a deftly fashioned character study of a seldom explored subject in YA fiction: the type-A adolescent.
Catalyst is set in the same high school as Speak, a book much like Catalyst, by Laurie Halse Anderson, also the same author who wrote Fever 1793.
Catalyst is a book about a girl, Kate, in her senior year of high school, and she has her heart set on going to MIT, and MIT only.
www.amazon.com /Catalyst-Laurie-Halse-Anderson/dp/0142400017   (3608 words)

 Catalyst Login - The Paul Merage School of Business
Catalyst is an intranet and courseware system that gathers all communications, events and knowledge in a single, efficient interface.
Catalyst provides a workspace for students, faculty and staff to collaborate and communicate online.
More information on Catalyst (the software) is available.
catalyst.gsm.uci.edu /login   (114 words)

 Catalyst - Expanding opportunities for women and business
Catalyst Western Region Board Chair Mary B. Cranston Appointed to Visa Board of Directors
Catalyst Releases Initial Report on LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) Inclusion in the Workplace
In a study of more than 900 senior-level women and men from Fortune 1000 companies, Catalyst finds that women and men have equal desires to have the CEO job.
www.catalystwomen.org   (174 words)

 CSC: Catalyst Concepts
The Catalyst methodology provides the common framework, language, and processes through which CSC delivers consistent, efficient, and high-quality services and solutions to CSC clients.
You can download the CSC Catalyst Overview to learn all about CSC's premier methodology.
A specific service contract or engagement does not necessarily include all life-cycle phases and management areas, but the fact that they are available and already integrated is one of the strengths of Catalyst.
www.csc.com /solutions/knowledgemanagement/mds/mds122/212.shtml   (864 words)

 Catalyst: Contemporary Evangelical Perspectives
Four issues of Catalyst are mailed each academic year to some 5,000 UM theological students in more than 100 seminaries in the U.S.A. Catalyst is a project of A Foundation for Theological Education (AFTE).
Four issues of Catalyst continue to be mailed each academic year to some 5,000 UM theological students in more than 100 seminaries in the U.S.A. Current and back issues are now available at this site as well.
Catalyst is a project of A Foundation for Theological Education (AFTE).
www.catalystresources.org /about.html   (290 words)

 types of catalysis
In a homogeneous reaction, the catalyst is in the same phase as the reactants.
The simplest example of this is the reaction between ethene and hydrogen in the presence of a nickel catalyst.
The chlorine radical catalyst is regenerated by a second reaction involving an oxygen radical produced from one of the reactions we've looked at previously.
www.chemguide.co.uk /physical/catalysis/introduction.html   (2245 words)

 Accelrys: Catalyst
Catalyst is evolving, as its advanced technologies have become an integrated application module in the Discovery Studio research environment, which is a comprehensive suite of modeling and simulation solutions for life science researchers.
Within Discovery Studio, Catalyst functionality is seamlessly integrated with many other premier application modules that perform such tasks as protein modeling, simulations, and receptor-ligand interactions.
Included in Discovery Studio Catalyst is new functionality for structure-based phamacophore modeling, de novo focused library creation, super-fast conformer generation (CAESAR algorithm), and more.
www.accelrys.com /products/catalyst/index.html   (259 words)

 Home — Catalyst
Catalyst can help you meet the daily demands of teaching, learning, research or work with our innovative and effective technologies and services.
Brought to you by Learning and Scholarly Technologies, Catalyst is available free of charge to everyone in the University community.
The new Catalyst login system makes it easy to collaborate within the University of Washington community and beyond.
catalyst.washington.edu   (179 words)

 Catalysts Information | Business.com
Manufacturers and distributors of catalysts used in petroleum hydrocracking, polymer reactions and synthetics.
Our catalysts are high value products crucial to making the chemical building blocks of medicines, clothing, furnishing, food and drink to technologies such as car exhausts, oil refining, brewing and power generation.
International supplier of zeolite catalysts and absorbents, including standard types of zeolites, molecular sieves, development and manufacture of specialized zeolite powders and catalysts, also provides technical services.
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