Calcium Hypochlorite Powder Second Grade

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Product Description:

Calcium Hypochlorite

Introduction:

CNBM GROUP is the biggest water Treatment Factory in China. Our Product include: Calcium Hypochlorite, TCCA, SDIC, PAC, Sodium Sulphite, Sodium Thiosulfate etc.

CNBM One year can produce 18,000MT Calcium Hypochlorite with two model, one is 65% and one is 70%. More important we have 3 advantages, Firstly: High effective chlorine content Secondly: Good stability. Can be stored a long time at normal temperature with little chlorine loss; Third:Good solubility, less water-insoluble matters.

Technical Specifications:

Calcium Hypochlorite 65%

Index Name

Top Grade

First Grade

Chlorine Content ≥

65%

60%

Moisture ≤

3%

3%

Yearly Loss of Active Chlorine

8%

8%

Calcium Chloride

9%

10%

Color

White or Light-grey

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Shape

Power & Granular

Calcium Hypochlorite 70%

Index Name

Top Grade

First Grade

Quality Product

Chlorine Content

70%

67%

65%

Granularity(14-50 mesh)%

90

87

87

Moisture %

5.5~10

Tablets Forms

Weight

200

gram

150gram

100gram

50gram

30gram

20gram

15gram

10gram

Diameter(mm)

76

70

50

42

30

30

30

30

Height(mm)

25

21

26

27

22

16

12

8

Applications:
1. For bleaching purpose of wood pulp, silk, cloth and fibre.
2. Disinfection and water-treatment.
3. Disinfectant for chemical poisonous and radioactive substance.

Formula Experiment Design:  (Base on 1MT Water)

Constitue                      Dosage

Calcium Hypochlorite 65%       100kg

Disinfection Liquid 1%   Calcium Hypochlorite 65% 1.7g  

Shipping Containers:

45—50kg Plastic or Steel Drums with Inner Plastic Bag.

Cautions
1. Should be stored in cool and dry warehouse away from heating sources and avoid direct sunlight.

2. In transportation, contact with such should be avoided as sunlight, heating,moisture, organics, oil and acids.

Other Information please check the MSDS.


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Q:Effect of catalysts on reaction rate??
A catalyst provides an alternative route for the reaction, (maybe more steps than previously), but each step having a lower activation energy than the original uncatalysed reaction. This means that although there will be the same number of collisions per second (if the reaction is performed at the same temperature as before), a greater fraction of those collisions will result in a reaction - so there will be more reactions per second. In the case of a heterogeneous catalyst - e.g. a solid surface the change is that the first step is a bond to the surface which waekens some of the bonds in the reactants - again making a greater fraction of reactions result in reaction.
Q:Will the chemical catalyst not reduce that?
Why is it done? Although the catalyst does not react chemically, the catalyst itself is deteriorated and is not always used
Q:Chemical reaction plus catalyst on the △ H no effect
Since the catalyst only acts to reduce the activation energy of the reaction and accelerate the reaction rate, it does not participate in the reaction, so that the energy difference between the product and the reactant is not affected,
Q:Why are there so many catalysts?
Many important chemical reactions require inputs of energy to proceed. If a catalyst is present less energy will be required to complete the reaction. Catalysts are substances that are mixed in with materials that are to be reacted, but they themselves do not, in the end, change chemically. They establish a local environment that promotes one or more chemical reactions to take place. A catalyst is important in many industrial processes. Sulfuric acid, which is used to produce batteries, detergents, dyes, explosives, plastics, and many other produces, is commonly produced using a catalyst called vanadium oxide. Ammonia, a primary component of many fertilizers, could not be produced economically without the use of iron oxide which speed up the reaction. The process of catalyst also affects the state of our global environment. Automobiles use catalytic converters to treat exhaust. The metals platinum and palladium facilitate the chemical conversion of noxious gases to more inert forms, greatly decreasing the environmental impact of combustion engines. Probably the most important impact of catalyst is on life itself. All important biochemical reactions are catalyzed by molecules called enzymes. Most enzymes are proteins which catalyze specific reactions within cells. Some examples include polymerases, which synthesize DNS and RNA, peptidases, which digest protein, and ATP synthases, which produce energy for the many different cell activities.
Q:What is the superiority of the catalyst compared to the stoichiometric reagent?
Efficient: The catalytic efficiency of the enzyme is higher than that of the inorganic catalyst, making the reaction rate faster;
Q:Why are transition metals more likely to be catalysts?
activation energy has got nothing to do with this. the main reason that the transition metal oxides are catalysts is that they have vacant d orbitals. the reagents are adsorbed on the metal surface and the d orbitals serve as a sort of clamp between the substrates and reagents. for example if you consider the hydrogenation of ethylene in palladium catalyst here the d orbitals lead to syn addition of hydrogen by clamping the pi electron cloud . this is a sort of chemisorption.
Q:Junior high school chemistry - chemical reaction before and after the quality and chemical properties of the material must be the catalyst?
It is not always possible that the equivalent reaction, i.e. one or more of the reactants, is the same as the relative atomic mass of one or more of the products and the coefficients in the chemical equation are the same
Q:High school stage chemical catalyst
Manganese dioxide and iron are more common, vanadium oxide sometimes encountered, sulfuric acid is also a catalyst, but generally used as a dehydrating agent. Inorganic catalysts catalyze the object is diverse, unlike the organic catalyst as a single, so hard to say. In high school is probably used to prepare oxygen when the use of manganese dioxide
Q:What reactions need catalysts?
Reactions that have high Activation Energy need catalysts to speed up reactions. These reactions aren't spontaneous since the reactants do not have enough energy to overcome the activation energy barrier. Catalysts are compounds that speed up reactions by providing an alternative pathway for the reaction. It is a common misconception that catalysts lower the activation energy. It doesn't actually lower the activation energy, instead it provides an alternative pathway with lower activation energy. For example, breakdown of hydrogen peroxide happens in nature but, relatively slowly. When you add a little bit of manganese dioxide, the breakdown happens a lot faster. Another example is, breakdown of glucose in the body. It is facilitated by an enzyme called amylase (or carbohydrase). An industrial example is the use of vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) in the Contact process, where SO2 is converted to SO3 in the presence of V2O5. Hope that helps!
Q:reactants are constant or the quality and chemical properties of the catalyst are constant?
The quality and chemical properties of the catalyst are unchanged

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