Making Reactions Go Faster Since the 1700s | Great Minds: Elizabeth Fulhame

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The chemical process of catalysis happens in a myriad of places in our modern world – from industry to inside your cells. Our knowledge of catalysis today springs from Elizabeth Fulhame, who over 225 years ago became the first person to describe the process.

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