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Introduction to Catalysis Catalysis in Industry Catalysts are the workhorses of chemical transformations in the industry. Approximately 85–90% of the products of chemical industry are made in cata-lytic processes.Catalysts are indispensable in Production of transportation fuels in one of the approximately 440 oil refi-neries all over the world.
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