Catalytic vs Cataloreactant - What's the difference?

catalytic | cataloreactant |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between catalytic and cataloreactant

is that catalytic is (chemistry) of or relating to a catalyst; having properties facilitating chemical reaction or change while cataloreactant is (chemistry) a catalytic reactant that is regenerated at the end of a reaction.

As an adjective catalytic

is (chemistry) of or relating to a catalyst; having properties facilitating chemical reaction or change.

As a noun cataloreactant is

(chemistry) a catalytic reactant that is regenerated at the end of a reaction.

catalytic

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • (chemistry) Of or relating to a catalyst; having properties facilitating chemical reaction or change.
  • * Ure
  • The catalytic power is ill understood.

    Derived terms

    * anticatalytic * autocatalytic * catalytic converter * catalytically * multicatalytic * noncatalytic

    cataloreactant

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (chemistry) A catalytic reactant that is regenerated at the end of a reaction