educt


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educt

(ˈiːdʌkt)
n
(Chemistry) a substance separated from another substance without chemical change. Compare product4
[C18: from Latin ēductus; see educe]
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The NIR system is perfect for chemical processing plants with several educts and raw materials that are reacted with a catalyst in a solvent.
All educts needed are available, even the electrolytic production of hydrogen can be waived, as the enzymes take the needed hydrogen directly from plain water.