Catalysed



to act upon by catalysis.
v.

1890, back-formation from catalysis on model of analyze/analysis. Related: Catalyzed; catalyzing. Probably influenced by French catalyser (1842).

catalyze cat·a·lyze (kāt’l-īz’)
v. cat·a·lyzed, cat·a·lyz·ing, cat·a·lyz·es
To modify, especially to increase, the rate of a chemical reaction by catalysis.
catalyze
(kāt’l-īz’)
To modify, especially to increase, the rate of a chemical reaction through the action of a catalyst.

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