Carbon Black Precipitated Silica

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                                        Precipitated Silica

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Precipitated Silica
1.Used in tires, tire body, with beam layer and sidewall rubber and rubber products,Shoes Etc.

2.Product Status:White powder

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(1) M160 Used in tires, tire body, with beam layer and sidewall rubber and rubber products.For strengthening filler in rubber, rubber formula provides high hardness, high breaking strength, high tear strength and high wear resistance, improve the rubber and steel cord bonding strength. Improve the durability of the rubber, to improve flexible and shock resistance, resistance to improve tractional snow tires on the road, improve the tire all-weather performance.

(2) M170 Used in tires, rubber products and sole material.For strengthening filler in rubber, rubber formula provides high hardness, high breaking strength, high tear strength and high wear resistance, and resistance to aging performance.

(3) M180 Used in shoe materials, rubber products. For strengthening filler in rubber, in color rubber products, instead of reinforcing carbon black, meet the needs of white or translucent product, it has strong bonding strength, tear resistance and heat-resistant anti-aging performance.

TDS of the Precipitated Silica  Standard: GB3778-2003

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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:Hydrogen and oxygen in the role of the catalyst can do the chemical formula of aviation fuel?
2H2 + O2 = catalyst = 2H2O
Q:What is the catalytic efficiency of ordinary chemical catalysts?
Different reactions, with the same catalyst, the catalytic efficiency is different. The same reaction, with different catalysts, the catalytic efficiency is also different
Q:The properties of scandium
Sci-Scandium (Sc) Basic knowledge Introduction In 1879, Swedish chemistry professor Nelson (LFNilson, 1840 ~ 1899) and Clive (PTCleve, 1840 ~ 1905) were almost simultaneously in rare mineral silica beryllium yttrium and black The mine found a new element. They named this element "Scandium" (scandium), ...
Q:High school stage which organic chemical reactions do not use catalyst
Olefins, alkynes, making bromine water, potassium permanganate fade.
Q:Can you describe at least 4 ways a catalyst can lower the activation energy of a reaction?
To see how a catalyst accelerates the reaction, we need to look at the potential energy diagram shown below which compares the non-catalytic and the catalytic reaction. For the non-catalytic reaction, the figure is simply the familiar way to visualize the Arrhenius equation: the reaction proceeds when A and B collide with succificient energy to overcome the activation barrier. The change in Gibbs free energy between reactants, A + B, and the product P is delta G. The catalytic reaction starts by bonding of the reactants A and B to the catalyst, in a spontaneous reaction. Hence, the formation of this complex is exothermic and the free energy is lowered. There then follows the reaction between A and B while they are bound to the catalyst. This step is associated with an activation energy; however, it is significantly lower than that for the uncatalyzed reaction. Finally, the product P seperates from the catalyst in an endothermic step. The energy diagram illustrates 4 ways the catalyst works : The catalyst offers an alternative path for the reaction that is energetically more favorable The activation energy of the catalytic reaction is significantly smaller than that of the uncatalyzed reaction; hence the rate of the catalytic reaction is much larger The overall change in free energy for the catalytic reaction equals that of the uncatalyzed reaction. Hence, the catalyst does not affect the equilibrium constant for the overall reaction. A catalyst cannot change the thermodynamics of a reaction but it can change the kinetics. The catalyst accelerates both the forward and the reverse reaction to the same extent. In other words, if a catalyst accelerates the formation of product P from A and B, it will do the same for the decomposition of P into A and B.
Q:Can a catalyst be present in the rate equation?
Any reaction with a finite amount of reactants has a half-life, whether it's first order, second order, zero order or complex order. The half-life (t½) is defined as the time taken for the reaction to go half-way to completion. If the reaction is: A + B ---products and A is in excess, then t½ will be the time taken for half of B to be used up. For all reactions, then, you get a decay curve. For zero-order reactions, this 'curve' is a straight line, but for all other orders, the curve is an actual curve and it is quite difficult to distinguish, by visual inspection alone, whether it is exponential (indicating a first-order reaction) or hyperbolic (indicating a second or higher order reaction).
Q:What is the superiority of the catalyst compared to the stoichiometric reagent?
Mildness: means that the chemical reaction catalyzed by the enzyme is generally carried out under relatively mild conditions
Q:What is the difference between the conditions in the iron as a catalyst can not be reacted with toluene to produce tribromotoluene?
The concentrated bromine water is a bromine aqueous solution and the liquid bromine is pure bromine. Only liquid bromine can produce tribromotoluene, and to add iron powder as a catalyst, and the main production is to lead bromotoluene and p-bromotoluene, tribromotoluene this content is very small.
Q:Which branch of chemistry or what specialty can study the catalyst
Analytical Chemistry: Application of Catalysts in Analytical Chemistry, Component Analysis of Certain Natural and Synthetic Catalysts
Q:How does the chemical equation calculate the quality of the catalyst?
So the reactant mass is equal to the quality of the product, with the quality of conservation

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