Carbon black (powder /granular)

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Carbon black N330 N220 N550 N660
1:black powder or granular
2.rubber industry
3.tyres cable tape
4:high quality

Carbon Black N220/N330/N550/N660

Character:


1. Cas no:1333-86-4
2. Standard: GB 3778-2003

3. Form: black granule or powder

4. Process: wet or dry process

Specification:

Items

N220

N330

N550

N660

Iodine Absorption Number g/kg

121 +/-5

82 +/-5

43 +/-4

36 +/-4

DBP Absorption Number 10-5m3/Kg

114 +/-5

102 +/-5

121 +/-5

90 +/-5

DBP Absorption Number of Compressed Sample 10-5m3/Kg

93~107

81~95

81~95

68~82

CTAB Surface Area 103m2/Kg

106~116

79~87

38~46

31~39

Nitrogen Surface Area 103m2/Kg

114~124

78~88

38~46

30~40

Tint Strength

110~120

98~108

-

-

Heating Loss

3.0

2.5

2.5

1.5

Ash

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

Tensile Strength Map ≥

-0.8

-1.5

-3.5

-3.5

Extension% ≥

+10

-10

-10

+10

Map Modulus at 300%

-2.5 +/-1.3

-1.7 +/-1.3

-1.7 +/-1.3

-3.5 +/-1.3

Usage: maily applied to various rubber products such as tyres, rubber overshoes, cable, seal ring, tape etc. Moreover they can be applied to such relevant industries as plastic manufacture.


Storage: Put away from water and solarization

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This problem is difficult to answer comprehensively because the study of the different directions of the catalyst is different.
Q:Why does the chemical and chemical properties change before and after the reaction?
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Q:Is the catalyst considered a chemical reaction?
But in fact the catalyst is in the process of the whole process of the catalyst involved in the reaction of the consumption of the catalyst but eventually produced a catalyst equivalent to no reference
Q:Which of the following statements is not true of a catalyst?
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