TCCA 90% Powder, Granular, Tablets
CNBM –TCCA White tablet with irritant chlorine odor. Slight solute in water. TCCA is the organic compound with the formula (C3Cl3N3O3). It is used as an industrial disinfectant, bleaching agent and a reagent in organic synthesis. This white crystalline powder, which has a strong "chlorine odour," is sometimes sold in tablet or granule form for domestic and industrial.
Avaliable Chlorine %min
Moisture content %,wt,Max
PH Value (1% solution)
Solubility 25℃ Water
Solubility 30℃ Acetone
Granular Particles Size
We made multifunctional tablets according to customers’ needs. For Instance, we press TCCA 90% granular with chemicals such as Boric Acid,. Sulfate Copper, Sulfate Aluminum And PAC.
50KG PLASTIC DRUMS/ FIBER DRUMS.
25KG PLASTIC DRUMS/FIBER DRUMS.
1000KG BIG BAGS.
Or any other packages suggest by customers.
Individually Wrapped for 200gram,150gram, 100gram
1kg Plastic tube for 200gram
1kg plastic bottle & 5kg plastic bottle for smaller tablets
50KG,25KG,10KG, 5KG plastic Drums.
Or any other package specified by customers, such as fiber drums or cantons.
- Q:how does the catalyst work (to speed up the reaction)??
- you can say catalyst react with the reagent and it gives intermediate product, this product can easier react with another reagent (the activation energy is lower). And in the end the catalyst is reconstructed. Scientists determine the catalyst in experiments...
- Q:Why the amount of catalyst is too small will make the chemical reaction rate slowed down
- The catalyst changes the reaction rate by changing the reaction pathway and reducing the activation energy of the reaction.
- Q:what is a catalyst ?
- anything that speeds up a reaction, chemical or otherwise, between two things
- Q:How does oxygen sensor affect catalyst converter?
- With a four cylinder engine, the code definition should have read: B1S1 (for the upstream sensor responsible for fuel/air ratio monitoring) or B1S2 (for the sensor downstream of the catalytic converter, which only monitors that part). If you changed the front (S1) sensor and you still have a code for it, save your old sensor as there may be nothing wrong with it. If the code is for the O2 sensor heater, check your fuses. If not, the code is probably a symptom of another problem, such as a misfire, restricted fuel filter or intake air leak. Is this the same code you got previously? Did you install a direct-fit replacement or a universal sensor that had to be configured for your honda's wiring connector?
- Q:In chemistry what is a catalyst and an example?
- A catalyst is a liquid or a gas you can add to a substance to make it react quicker and/or upon itself or another chemical. A catalyst can be one chemical you add to another that causes a significant reaction or they could be variables in an experiment (like temperature) can be a catalyst. It could also be a liquid/gas that you add to a substance to neutralize it or make it safe to clean/touch/handle. For instance if you spill chemicals in a biology lab, you have to add a catalyst (generally water or clarifying soap) to make it safe to clean up. Hope I could help.
- Q:Catalyst & an exothermic reaction?
- Catalysts work by providing an (alternative) mechanism involving a different transition state and lower activation energy. The effect of this is that more molecular collisions have the energy needed to reach the transition state. Hence, catalysts can perform reactions that, albeit thermodynamically feasible, would not run without the presence of a catalyst, or perform them much faster, more specific, or at lower temperatures. This can be observed on a Boltzmann distribution and energy profile diagram. This means that catalysts reduce the amount of energy needed to start a chemical reaction.
- Q:Chemical Reactions Under what circumstances the catalyst accelerates the reaction
- First, more than ninety-nine percent of the catalyst is accelerating the reaction, and if the catalyst kinetics reduces the energy barrier of the reaction, the reaction will naturally accelerate.
- Q:What is the meaning of catalyst in chemistry?
- In the chemical reaction can change the reaction rate of chemical reaction (increase or decrease) without changing the chemical balance, and its own quality and chemical properties in the chemical reaction before and after the material did not change the catalyst.
- Q:Will the catalyst be able to increase the rate of chemical reactions?
- In general, the catalyst has a positive catalyst (i.e., accelerates the reaction rate) and a negative catalyst (i.e., reduces the reaction rate), and generally does not specifically refer to both the positive catalyst.
- Q:Does the catalyst participate in chemical reactions?
- The catalyst does not participate in the chemical reaction, it only plays an auxiliary role.
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