Communications tools and political platform building workshops could be catalytic.
I believe the sedative powers of these medicines to be quite distinct from their catalytic influence.
But introduce the catalytic agent and immediately the reaction commences.
Among Antisquamics, the last catalytic order, we meet with Arsenic again.
The same remark applies to the working of catalytic medicines.
Bredig has studied the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide by metallic colloids prepared by his electric method.
Arsenic is foreign to the blood, and is in every way a catalytic medicine.
It also appears to act on the catalytic plan; but it has not been often employed.
A catalytic agent will return you to normal before you reach the planet.
Enzymes perform their catalytic functions by reason of their colloidal form.
1836, from Latinized form of Greek katalytikos "able to dissolve," from katalyein (see catalysis).
1650s, "dissolution," from Latinized form of Greek katalysis "dissolution, a dissolving" (of governments, military units, etc.), from katalyein "to dissolve," from kata- "down" (or "completely"), see cata-, + lyein "to loosen" (see lose). Chemical sense "change caused by an agent which itself remains unchanged" is attested from 1836, introduced by Swedish chemist Jöns Jakob Berzelius (1779-1848).
catalysis ca·tal·y·sis (kə-tāl'ĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. ca·tal·y·ses (-sēz')
The action of a catalyst, especially an increase in the rate of a chemical reaction.