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Ziegler catalyst

/ (ˈziːɡlə) /
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noun
any of a group of catalysts, such as titanium trichloride (TiCl 3) and aluminium alkyl (Al(CH 3) 3), that produce stereospecific polymers
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Word Origin for Ziegler catalyst

C20: named after Carl Ziegler (1898–1973), German chemist

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