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The Interface is the Device

The Interface is the Device
by Dr. Stephen J. Watson, University of Glasgow
Founder of Academics For Yes


A catalyst is an element or compound that speeds up chemical reactions or is needed to enable the reaction to take place.

Catalysts are unique; after the chemicals react on the catalysts surface, the catalyst is left unchanged. But it can be difficult finding the right catalyst for a specific chemical reaction.

A mathematical model of how they work could transform the entire field of chemistry.

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Speaker(s):

Dr Stephen Watson | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

15 March 2014 at 3:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

The Albany Centre
44 Ashley St
Woodlands
Glasgow
G3 6DS
0141 332 2444
http://www.gcvs.org.uk/
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The Galilean Society
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