- cause or accelerate (a reaction) by acting as a catalyst；cause (an action or process) to begin
verb: catalyse, 3rd person present: catalyses, gerund or present participle: catalysing, past tense: catalysed, past participle: catalysed
- 1. cause or accelerate (a reaction) by acting as a catalyst:
the enzyme catalyzes the oxidation of acetaldehyde
- 2. cause (an action or process) to begin:
the tragic event helped to catalyze the already growing popular anger
v. cause or accelerate (a reaction) by acting as a catalyst:
the enzyme catalyses the oxidation of acetaldehyde
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enzymes are proteins which catalyse metabolic reactions involving the conversion of a substrate into a product...
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...氧化因子失去多餘的氧原子， 從而不再具有強酸性(毒性)。 The reaction of catalyzed water and the active oxidation factor enables the active oxidation factor to lose...