Catalytic oxidation reactions are important for a variety of different applications. Noteworthy examples include the removal of pollutants, carbonylation, integrating oxygen into molecules, or at the interface of the anode in water electrolysis. Where water is converted into O2, H+ and electrons. Oxidation also forms an essential component of fuel cell technologies where hydrogen gas is oxidised prior to recombination with oxygen to generate electricity and water.

At Umicore PMC, we apply our experience and expertise in catalysis development to every reaction our customers require. We offer a range of platinum, rhodium and ruthenium catalysts for use in a variety of applications. We love creating new chemistries. Get in touch to find out how our catalysts can be used in your reaction.

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