• made
  • According to Udo Erasmus, author of ' Fats That Heal, Fats That Kill ' 'So many different compounds can be made during partial hydrogenation that they stagger the imagination. (sixwise.com)
  • minor
  • Due to the defective nature of the metal layer on the polymeric membrane skin and the low temperatures (50-90 °C) at which the reactor is operating, the hydrogen permeability of metals has a minor influence on hydrogenation reaction. (k-state.edu)
  • single
  • Enantioselectivities exceeding 90 percent of a single enantiomer are commonplace in enantioselective hydrogenations, a major application of which is in the synthesis of enantiomerically pure drugs. (britannica.com)