DEDB (Diethylene glycol dibenzoate) China Supplier

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     Polyol Benzoate (DEDB) is colorless or pale yellow transparent oily liquid, water-insoluble, soluble in aromatic hydrocarbons, ketones and ethers, and has good compatibility withpolyvinyl chloride, ethylene - vinyl acetate copolymer, poly vinyl acetate, polymethylmethacrylate, polyvinylbutyral, nitrocellulose, and ethyl cellulose, etc.

Product application:

       Polyol Benzoate(DEDB) is an environmentally friendly plasticizer with the characteristics of strong solubility, good compatibility, low volatility,resistant to oil, water, light, pollution etc. It is suitable for processing PVC flooring material, plastisol, artificial leather, cable material, soft and hard pipe, shoes material, rubber strips, synthetic rubber, and paint, printing ink, etc. It has a better plasticized effect if it is used together withDOP or DBP, and has greatly achieved the purpose of reducing cost .

Product quality index

Item

First grade

Second grade

Chroma(APHA)                    

50

60

Ester %                           

99.5

90.0

Density(20°C)g/ 

1.120-1.126

1.172-1.78

Acidity(as benzene dicarbonic acid) %   

0.01

0.02

Flash Point °C                     

195

192

Loss on heat(125°C,2 hours)%         ≤

0.3

0.5

Chroma after heat treatment

80

100

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1. Direct producer with 15 years experience 
2. ISO9001:2000 
3. High quality, lower price and best service 
4. New plasticizer 

PackagingIBM, net weight: 1000 kg.

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A catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction by providing an alternate reaction pathway with a lower activation energy. Since the activation energy is lower, more product will be formed in the same amount of time.
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Palladium and platinum are good catalysts because they _adsorb_ certain molecules, especially gases. Adsorption is NOT the same as _absorption_. Adsorption is a process by which a chemical (gases or liquid) physically becomes attached to the _surface_ of an adsorbate (a solid). Once gas molecules are adsorbed on the surface of a catalyst, they are much nearer each other and more likely to react. Absorption is a process by which a gas or liquid is incorporated throughout the volume of an absorbate (a solid), rather than just on the surface. The fact the palladium happens to _absorb_ hydrogen molecules well probably has little to do with its function as a catalyst and is probably just a coincidence. In fact, two of the main reactions in a catalytic converter don't involve molecules with hydrogen atoms at all. On the other hand, WHY platinum and palladium are good catalysts are a mystery. Presumably, they are good at enhancing the Van der Waals forces that cause adsorption with other molecules, but WHY the platinum family of metals do this better than other metals is not fully understood (I don't think).
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