Carbon Black N539 Granluar

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Carbon Black N539(Granule)

Product Description:

carbon black N539:
1.Usage Rubber Auxiliary Agents;
2.Product Status:Black powder or granular;
3.Standard: ISO 9001:2000

Suggest for Use:


uses for the truck tire, passenger tire tread rubber, etc., and require high strength, high wear-resistant rubber products, such as high-strength conveyor belt, industrial rubber products.
TDS of the Carbon Black N539

Product Varieties

N539

Pouring density(kg/m3)

345~425

Iodine absorption Value(g/kg)

39~47

300%modulus(Mpa)

-2.6 ~0.6

DBP absorption Value (10-5m2/kg)

106~116

Ash content

≤0.7%

24Mn DBP(10-5m2/kg)

76~86

45um sieve residue

≤0.05%

CTAB surface area(103m2/kg)

36~46

500um sieve residue

≤0.001%

STSA/(103m2/kg)

33~43

Impurity

NO

Nsa surface area(103m2/kg)

35~43

Fine content

≤10%

Tint strength(%)

------

Tensile strength(Mpa )

-5.0%

Heatloss(%)

1.5

Elongation at failure

-20%

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:can you guys help me by listing all the catalysts?
copper nickel zinc common catalysts are solid acids such as the silicas, alumina, and zeolites it depends on the reaction
Q:CO and NO react under the action of a catalyst to generate chemical formulas for CO2 and N2.
2CO + 2NO = catalyst = 2CO2 + N2
Q:Chemical catalyst poisoning situation
In the reactants or catalyst mixed with a small amount of material, so that the catalyst catalytic capacity of a sharp decline or even loss, this phenomenon is called catalyst poisoning. For example, in the synthesis of ammonia feed gas containing CO, CO2 and H2S, PH3, water vapor and other impurities, can make iron catalyst poisoning; contact with the system of sulfuric acid, if arsenic and selenium oxide (As2O3, SeO2), can make vanadium catalyst Loss of activity. Therefore, it is necessary to purify the feed gas, prevent the poisoning of the catalyst, and also reduce the corrosion of the equipment. The phenomenon of catalyst poisoning is sometimes temporary, the removal of toxicants, the effectiveness of the catalyst can still be restored; sometimes it is permanent, without chemical treatment can not restore catalytic performance.
Q:I opened catalyst control center and now when i full screen a youtube video it doesnt work?
on the backside suitable hand corner of the small reveal, there's a field with a smaller field in it (suitable of the quantity), press that, it provides you with the finished reveal. you could press the comparable button once you opt for to bypass decrease back. The button would have a crimson X in it this time.
Q:Catalyst by laurie halse anderson?
Discussion and Essay Questions What is a catalyst? Who are the catalysts in this book? Why? What is Kate running from? How did she get lost (literally and figuratively)? Why does Kate hate English class? What are some of the myths surrounding the college application process? About high school? About kids like Kate? Kids like Teri? Find the list of vocabulary words given out for homework in Kate's English class. The author deliberately chose them. What is their significance? Why do authors do things like that? Does this make you hate authors? (joke... just wanted to see if you're paying attention) Discuss these image systems (symbols) found in the book: a. chemistry b. periodic table c. vision/sight d. movement vs. being stuck e. electricity What examples of safety awareness and danger can you find? How are they connected to each other? Make a list of all the elements and chemical terms used as chapter headings in the book. Explain how the chapters headings refer to the action with each chapter. Find the hints of Alice in Wonderland in the book. How does the story of Alice's journey reflect Kate's? Catalyst takes place in Merryweather High School, also the setting for Speak. What connections link the two books? How is food used in this book? Why don't we learn more about the life of Teri Litch (hint: examine the book's POV) How is Kate's relationship with her father? Why is it that way? Does it change over the course of the book. (Give examples for each answer.) Discuss the role of religion in this book. What does Kate believe in? Teri? Mitchell? How and why does Kate's relationship with Teri change after Mikey's death? Why are the three sections of the book labeled Solid, Liquid and Gas? Who is the most important character in this book? Why? How do the characters in Catalyst deal with defeat?
Q:What are the methods of catalyst characterization?
Chemical means, according to the different detection methods, methods are different, but is to explain the chemical properties, chemical structure characteristics.
Q:Explain how a catalyst may increase the rate of chemical reaction?
Catalysts lower the activation energy (that is, the energy needed for a reaction to proceed) in either the final product or the intermediates. It can do this in a number of ways, including conformational (shape) changes in the intermediates (such as in complex organic molecules), changing the intermediates that form (alternate reaction pathway) or by changing the reactant in a certain way (like sulfuric acid stripping a proton off of a molecule so that nitric acid can bind to it and nitrate it, which would otherwise be energetically unfavorable). In English, catalysts change the molecules so it doesn't take as much energy for the reaction to take place. Think of jumping a hurdle: the same height on either side of it (reactant and product), but if you lower the hurdle (reduce the activation energy) it's easier to get to the other side.
Q:what function does catalyst have?
A catalyst is a substance used to change the rate of a reaction. If it increases, it is posititve catalyst . Decreases means negative catalyst. If the reactants and catalyst are in same phase, it is homogenous catalysis, otherwise heterogenous. Any reaction to occur, the reactants have to combine to form an intermediate compound and then to product. This requires surpassment of a minimum amout of energy known as Ea- Activation energy. Catalyst decreased the Ea, so that , passing the barrier becomes easy and hence the speeding of the reaction.
Q:Which chemical reaction is added to the catalyst in order to slow down the reaction
CaC2 and water reaction to ethylene plus salt water (slow chemical reaction rate)
Q:Chemistry GCSE what is a catalyst?
Enzymes are catalysts in organic and organic strategies. many times catalysts that are used for business or lab reactions are fairly basic compounds. diverse reactions use diverse catalysts, that's because of the various reaction mechanisms. Catalysts take part in a reaction yet end unchanged. Hydrogenation catalysts are factors which includes platinum, nickel and so on. those metals react with the hydrogen on the exterior of them and the different reactant which includes vegetable oil to produce a product. Platinum is is utilized in catalytic converters on automobiles, in spite of the undeniable fact that lead can injury the platinum by potential of blocking off the exterior, subsequently you shouldn't use leaded petrol in automobiles with catalytic converters. Vanadium pentoxide is used to catalyse the reaction of SO2 to SO3 . and so on and so on. So in biology diverse enzymes are required for various reactions, reckoning on the reaction mechanism. Starch hydrolyses to glucose with an enzyme spoke of as ptaylin, cutting-edge in saliva. Proteins choose enterokinase to start the reaction all the way down to amino acids. there are a number of enzymes for various chemical strategies, that shall we not stay to tell the tale without. Animals that graze which includes cows and horses have enzymes cutting-edge of their digestive tract which will ruin down cellulose, we don't, so as that they are in a position to consume grass and so on and extract glucose from it. desire this helps, and not confuses.

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