Catalytic Ordered Transformation for New Energy Exploitation and Application
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Catalytic ordered transformation (COT) is a chemical reaction that involves conversion of certain chemical compounds into other forms of products over selective catalysts. COT plays an important role in many research fields such as energy, environment and chemistry, using catalysts to promote high yields of specific products with less environmental pollution. In recent years, COT has captured a great attention due to strict regulations in the environmental protection laws and high demand of product yield by the industries.
Keywords:Catalytic ordered transformation (COT) New Energy
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