Vandenberg catalyst

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Edwin J. Vandenberg, American chemist.

Noun[edit]

Vandenberg catalyst (plural Vandenberg catalysts)

  1. (chemistry) An aluminoxane, prepared from an alkyl-aluminium and water, used as a catalyst in the manufacture of polyether elastomers.