Significado de Raney nickel en en Inglés

Raney nickel

Pronunciación /ˈreɪni/

nombre

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  • A form of nickel catalyst with a high surface area, used in organic hydrogenation reactions.

    ‘Among the metal catalysts useful for this reaction in the laboratory are finely divided nickel (called Raney nickel after the chemist who developed it in 1927), platinum, palladium, and rhodium.’
    • ‘Raney nickel alloys have been used for years to produce active electrocatalysts for various reactions.’

Origen

1930s named after Murray Raney (1885–1966), American engineer.