Catalyst is defined as a chemical which, under certain conditions, stimulates a chemical reaction (i.e. molecular change) in another compound without being consumed in the reaction.

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Catalyst refers to an ingredient that speeds up a chemical reaction. Catalysts are sometimes used in two-component epoxy systems.

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