Industrial Calcium Nitrate Anhydrous Construction Chemical

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Product Description:

Industrial Calcium nitrate anhydrous

Description:

Molecular formula: Ca(NO3)2·4H2O
Molecular weight: 236.15
Product introduction:

 colorless transparent monoclinic crystal, easily soluble in water, carbinol and alcohol.

It is oxidant. It is mainly used as refrigerant, rubber latex flocculant, cement hardening accelerant, and for the production

of firework and electronic valve.

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Properties and applications:

Calcium Nitrate is colorless transparent crystal, it is soluble in water and alcohol, it is easily deliquesce in the air, it can be used in agriculture as quick fertilizer,firework electronic tubes, concrete anti-freeting admixture.
Storage and transportation notes: 

avoid moisture, seal, separate from organic materials and sulphur. Please avoid rainfall

and sunlight in transportation.

Industrial Calcium Nitrate Anhydrous Construction Chemical


Packing: outer woven bag or paper-plastic compound bag, inner plastic bag.



main index

unit

industrial grade

content

%≥

99.0

PH range

-

5.0-7.0

heavy metal

%≤

0.0005

water insoluble

%≤

0.01

sulfate

%≤

0.02

Ferrum

%≤

0.002

chloride

%≤

0.005

Calcium oxide content(CaO)

%≥

---

nitrogen content(N)

%≥

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FAQ   

1.Q: What is MOQ?

  A: Our MOQ is 1 TON. 

2.Q: Could you offer free sample?

  A: We can provide free samples to you for quality testing. 

3.Q: What about your packing?

  A: For liquid: Flexitank, or IBC tank 1000L

For powder:Woven fabric bag with plastic film liner(  25kg or 1000kg)

 Clients’ packing is workable.

4.Q: How about your productive capacity?

  A: 150000 tons/Year. 

5.Q: What is your delivery time?

  A: Within 7 days after received deposit or L/C at sight.

 


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Q:Chemical catalyst system baa?
Catalyst is divided into inorganic catalyst and organic catalyst organic reaction generally need more catalyst, such as concentrated sulfuric acid
Q:Copper oxide and ferric oxide can replace manganese dioxide as a catalyst in chemical reaction?
Can not. They will react
Q:Can Cuo react as a catalyst with H2O2, does its quality and chemical properties change?
2H2O2 (CuO catalyzed) ====== 2H2O + O2 ↑
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Q:Why are enzymes classified as organic catalysts?
Catalysts (including enzymes) work by lowering the activation energy of a reaction so that more reactants can be converted to products. They are not used up themselves in the reaction and do not affect the equilibrium. They only speed up the rate at which equilibrium is achieved.
Q:What happens to the rate of a reaction when the concentration of a catalyst is doubled?
A catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction by providing an alternate reaction pathway with a lower activation energy, thus increasing the number of collisions that can result in the formation of product. When the catalyst is a reactant in the rate determining step, and the reaction is first order in the catalyst, then a doubling of the concentration will double the rate. But if the rate determining step which includes the catalyst is not first order, then doubling the concentration won't double the rate. Then there is the case of a heterogeneous catalyst in which the reaction is essentially zero order in the catalyst. The amount of catalyst won't affect the speed of the reaction beyond the initial increase. The mere fact that the catalyst is present speeds up the reaction.
Q:how heterogeneous catalyst work?
The Reduction Catalyst The reduction catalyst is the first stage of the catalytic converter. It uses platinum and rhodium to help reduce the NOx emissions. When an NO or NO2 molecule contacts the catalyst, the catalyst rips the nitrogen atom out of the molecule and holds on to it, freeing the oxygen in the form of O2. The nitrogen atoms bond with other nitrogen atoms that are also stuck to the catalyst, forming N2. For example: 2NO =N2 + O2 or 2NO2 =N2 + 2O2 The Oxidization Catalyst The oxidation catalyst is the second stage of the catalytic converter. It reduces the unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide by burning (oxidizing) them over a platinum and palladium catalyst. This catalyst aids the reaction of the CO and hydrocarbons with the remaining oxygen in the exhaust gas. For example: 2CO + O2 =2CO2
Q:What are the differences between biological catalysts and chemical catalysts?
Biological catalyst: 1. Biological catalysts or enzymes are high molecular weight globular proteins. 2.Their composition may change at the end of reaction. 3.Their catalyzing effect is very high. i.e faster than chemical catalyst. 4.They are reaction specific. i.e One enzyme or biological catalyst may catalyze only particular type of reaction and not many. 5.They are intolerant to temperature and pH changes. An enzyme can not function outside its temperature or pH range. e.g amylase,lipase,pepsin Chemical catalyst: 1.Chemical catalysts are simple inorganic molecules with low molecular weight. 2.They remain unchanged at the end of reaction. 3.They are slower compared to enzymes. 4.They are not reaction specific. 5.They function within wide range of temperatures,pH or pressure. e.g vanadium dioxide, platinum
Q:Chemical equation if there is a catalyst and heating, which write in the equal sign above
This do not care The But in general the catalyst is written on the equal sign is better ...
Q:Name one case in which catalyst poisoning is useful?
Usually, catalyst poisoning is undesirable as it leads to a loss of usefulness of expensive noble metals or their complexes. However, poisoning of catalysts can be used to improve selectivities of reactions. In the classical Rosenmund reduction of acyl chlorides to aldehydes, the palladium catalyst (over barium sulfate or calcium carbonate) is poisoned by the addition of sulfur or quinoline. This system reduces triple bonds faster than double bonds allowing for an especially selective reduction. Lindlar's catalyst is another example — palladium poisoned with lead salts. As described by its inventor,[1][2] the catalyst is prepared by reduction of palladium chloride in a slurry of calcium carbonate followed by adding lead acetate. By this approach, one obtains a catalyst with a large surface area. Further deactivation of the catalyst with quinoline enhances its selectivity, preventing formation of alkanes. An example of alkyne reduction is the reduction of phenylacetylene to styrene.[1] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindlar%27s...

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