Carbon Black N326 Granluar

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Carbon Black N326 (Granule)

Product Description:

carbon black N326:
1.Usage Rubber Auxiliary Agents;
2.Product Status:Black powder or granular;
3.Standard: ISO 9001:2000

Suggest for Use:


(1) Use for applications requiring high strength and heat and low tire (including off-road tire) rubber tread material, but also to conveyor belt, sealing products and other high-quality rubber products.
(2) The usage and the natural rubber to make the FDA has a black rubber near the trough physical and mechanical properties, usage of plastic material with high tensile strength, tear strength, abrasion resistance and anti-collapse of performance, As with other high-abrasion furnace black ratio, glue correctly predicted that a low modulus, high elongation, tensile strength similar. Is the lack of dispersion in rubber product is difficult, if decentralization would lead to bad rubber tensile strength, wear resistance and fatigue reduced.

TDS of the Carbon Black N326

Product Varieties

N326

Pouring density(kg/m3)

415~495

Iodine absorption Value(g/kg)

77~87

300%modulus(Mpa)

-4.9~2.9

DBP absorption Value (10-5m2/kg)

67~77

Ash content

≤0.7%

24Mn DBP(10-5m2/kg)

64~72

45um sieve residue

≤0.05%

CTAB surface area(103m2/kg)

77~89

500um sieve residue

≤0.001%

STSA/(103m2/kg)

71~81

Impurity

NO

Nsa surface area(103m2/kg)

73~83

Fine content

≤10%

Tint strength(%)

106~116

Tensile strength(Mpa )

≥-0.5

Heatloss(%)

≤2.5

Elongation at failure

≥-10%

Safety:

As a matter of good industrial hygiene, gloves and safety glasses with side shields or better eye protection should be worn when handing Carbon Black ,For more information, refer to the MSDS.




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Q:What is a chemical catalyst?
A substance that participates in chemical reactions but does not change the quality and chemical properties. It can change the reactant activation energy, speed up or slow down the reaction rate.
Q:What is the definition and function of the catalyst in chemistry?
Definition: in the chemical reaction can change the chemical reaction rate of other substances, and its own quality and chemical properties before and after the reaction did not change the material called catalyst, also known as catalyst. The role of the catalyst in the chemical reaction is called catalysis. The use of a catalyst only changes the rate of chemical reaction and does not alter the quality of the product.
Q:TEN POINTS!! How is the catalyst affected by vinegar?
The catalyst is affected by vinegar because vinegar is acidic meaning there are more H+ ions. This alters the charges on the R groups of the amino acid residues of the enzyme molecule. The bonds that help maintain the conformation of the enzyme molecule which is ionic will therefore, be disrupted and the binding of substrate will be affected. However, if pH is restored to optimum pH, the maximum activity of the enzyme will be restored but this is only if the pH was only altered by a small extent. If pH is altered by a large extent, the conformation of the enzyme molecule will be severely affected causing it to denature. The catalyst is affected by heat because excessive heat disrupts the intermolecular bonds which stabilise the secondary and tertiary structure of an enzyme molecule(the enzyme molecule has a tertiary structure). The enzyme molecule unfolds and the precise shape of the active site is lost. This loss of structure and function is irreversible.
Q:What is the effect of increasing the amount of catalyst added to a solution?
A catalyst works by providing the optimal conditions for a reaction to occur, so the more there is, the more contact it has with the reactant/s, so the more there is, the faster the reaction will take place, until there is a point where there are too many catalyst sites for the number of reactant molecules, so it doesn't speed it up any further past that point, if it's a relatively slow reaction it may slow the process by diluting the solution too much with useless catalyst sites, but generally the reaction rate will reach a point where it will not become any faster, and stay at that maximum speed. less catalyst does mean less speed though, as the catalyst sites have more work to do. hope this helps.
Q:What are the chemical reaction conditions in organic chemistry are catalyst and heating, please elaborate
This really does not have omnipotent law, their own more than one point, you can classify to remember, when I was in high school is in accordance with the notes, such as poly, polycondensation and the like. In general, the double triple bond addition, plus halogen is not the conditions, plus HCl, HBr and the like to heat; dehydration reaction generally concentrated H2SO4 heating, dehydration condensation is also; there are some special, such as ethylene added to ethanol Special temperature requirements, it seems that 120 degrees, there are other; other addition poly, polycondensation some need catalyst. The The In short, the conditions are many, in general, you do not go to the high school to do more questions after the feeling, encounter problems do not panic general experience can come out according to experience, this also depends on the usual accumulation, if the equation conditions Wrong to deduct points, it is not worthwhile. There are some questions when the examination will give you some information, whether you know do not know should see clearly, although some of the reaction but the subject to the conditions are not the same, when you do according to the title to write conditions, this will not wrong. In addition, thank you for your help, I do not seem to know you
Q:what is a catalysts and how can they be useful?
A catalyst is a substance that speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction with itself being chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction. They are useful as they help to lower the minimum amount of energy needed ( also known as activation energy) to start the reaction. Hence, by lowering the activation energy of the reaction, they help to speed up the rate of reaction. For example, in the Haber process for the manufacture of ammonia, the catalyst iron is added to speed up the rate of reaction between hydrogen gas and nitrogen gas. Otherwise, the reaction would have proceeded much more slowly. Another example is the catalyst nickel used in the manufacture of margarine and vanadium (V) oxide for manufacturing sulfuric acid. As catalyst remain chemically unchanged after a reaction, they can be reused again and hence, they are required in minute amounts. An example is the washing powder used in washing clothes, they help to remove food stains by digesting the proteins in food. They can be reused after each reaction and hence, you do not need to add in the whole packet of washing powder but only a few spoonful.
Q:What is a catalyst and how does it make a reaction go faster?
A catalyst is a chemical substance that speeds up the rate of a reaction, but isn't consumed in the reaction. Catalysts in no way change the final product of a reaction, they just speed the said reaction up by lowering the activation energy (the energy threshold that must be overcome for a reacton to proceed).
Q:What kind of chemical reaction requires a catalyst?
For example, the system of ammonia, S02 oxidation into SO3
Q:Is it not the rate to accelerate the addition of the catalyst to the catalyst, and that is why the balance does not move
If the reaction before the catalyst, you can speed up the reaction rate, that is to achieve the balance required to reduce the time, but to balance the system when the same concentration
Q:What is the nature of the catalyst before and after the chemical reaction?
Yes the the catalyst only act as a catalyst and does not participate in the chemical reactions

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