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Umicore Secures Ketone Hydrogenation Catalyst Licence

5:00 AM MDT | September 6, 2010 | Alex Scott

Catalysts and precious metals group Umicore says it has secured a license to market a asymmetric ketone hydrogenation technology developed by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST; Honcho, Japan). Financial terms were not disclosed. The license features the Nobel-prize winning asymmetric ketone hydrogenation technologies developed by professors Noyori and Ikariya. Under the license, Umicore is permitted to market ruthenium diammine and diphosphine ruthenium diammine catalysts on an industrial scale.   “Our customers can use these catalysts in...

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