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:What is a Catalyst?
- catalyst is a substance that help in chemical reaction but not actually react with reactants...
- Q:Gene cloning of heat - resistant bacteria
- Enzymes are proteins that are highly specific and catalyzed in living cells, also known as biocatalysts, which are produced by the organism itself. In the metabolic process, almost all chemical reactions are in the enzyme Catalyzed, and the conditions are mild, the reaction efficiency is extremely high, so that the various substances in the body in constant metabolism, in this sense, there is no enzyme without life. Intracellular synthesis of enzymes mainly in the cell from the catalytic The role of some enzymes after the release into the blood or digestive tract, and where to play its catalytic role, artificial extraction of enzymes in the appropriate conditions can also be in the test tube of its special substrate catalytic role.
- Q:what is the difference between enzyme and catalyst?
- Enzymes and catalysts both affect the rate of a reaction. The difference between catalysts and enzymes is that while catalysts are inorganic compounds, enzymes are largely organic in nature and are bio-catalysts. Even though all known enzymes are catalysts, all catalysts are not enzymes. Moreover, catalysts and enzymes are not consumed in the reactions they catalyze. Catalysts are low molecular weight componds, enzymes are high molecular globular proteins. Catalysts are inorganic, enzymes are organic. Catalyst reaction rates are slower (usually) than enzyme reaction rates. Catalysts are not generally specific - enzymes are VERY specific. Catalysts increase or decrease the rate of a chemical reaction, enzymes are proteins that incrase the rate of chemical reactions & convert the substrate into product. There are 2 types of catalysts - (positive & negative), and the 2 types of enzymes are activation enzymes and inhibitory enzymes. Catalysts are simple inorganic molecules, while enzymes are complex proteins.
- Q:A catalyst?
- The best answer is speeds the reaction rate. Generally it lowers the activation energy so that the reaction can proceed easier. Enzymes can be considered catalysts in the body that allow digestion to occur at a temperature like body temp, where it would go faster at a higher temp.
- Q:What is chemical adsorption and its relationship with heterogeneous catalysis
- The catalytic cycle includes five steps: diffusion, chemical adsorption, surface reaction, desorption and reverse diffusion.The chemical adsorption is an important part of the heterogeneous catalysis process, and the adsorption of the reactants on the catalyst surface,
- Q:Nitrogen and hydrogen in the role of high temperature and pressure catalyst to generate ammonia chemical equation
- N2 + 3H2 = catalyst, high temperature and high pressure = 2NH3
- 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: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:Is it not the rate to accelerate the addition of the catalyst to the catalyst, and that is why the balance does not move
- In the chemical equilibrium, after adding the catalyst, the positive and negative reaction rate increases equally, but the positive reaction rate is still equal to the reverse reaction rate, so the balance does not move
- Q:What is the PTC catalyst in chemistry?
- PTC, Phase Transfer Catalyst, phase transfer catalyst PTC is the role of a reaction from one phase to another phase to participate in the reaction to promote a solvent can be dissolved in organic solvents and a solvent insoluble in the ion Reagents react between the two reagents. And this type of reaction is collectively referred to as phase transfer catalytic reaction.
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