Industrial grade sodium nitrate

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Industrial sodium nitrate

Alias: Soda niter; Sodium nitrate for industrial use; cubicniter ; Natriumnitrat ; niter ; nitratedesodium ; nitratedesodium(french) ; nitrateofsoda; ; nitratine; Nitricacid,sodiumsalt ; nitricacidsodiumsalt
English Name: Sodium nitrate
CAS: 7631-99-4
EINECS: 231-554-3
Molecular formula: NaNO
3
Performance: Colorless trigonal crystal or rhombus crystal or white slight crystal or powder, with no smell, salty flavor and light bitter.
Melting point306.8℃, relative density2.261, Easily soluble in water and liquid ammonia, soluble in alcohol, carbinol, light soluble in glycerol and acetone.
specification: GB/T4553-2002 and our technical index.

main index

unit

top quality product

second grade product

content

%≥

99.3

98.5

moisture

%≤

0.1

0.1

water insoluble

%≤

0.06

0.06

Sodium nitrite(NaNO2 in dry basis)

%≤

0.02

0.2

chloride(Cl, in dry basis)

%≤

0.24

0.4

Sodium carbonate(Na2CO3 in dry basis)

%≤

0.10

0.1

Ferrumcontent(Fe)

%≤

0.005

0.005

heavy metal(Pb)

%≤

---

0.002

arsenic content(As)

%≤

---

0.0002



Properties:

Colorless cone crystal or rhombus crystal or white fine crystalline powder.

Uses:

The meterial of chemicals,dye and explosive,nitrifier,defoamer,decolor agent, clarificant,flux,chromogenic reagent,antimicrobial agent,antiseptic.

Packing

Plastic bag lined woven bag. Net wt.25/50kg.


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Q:PT / AL_203 catalyst and the main chemical use
Yueyang Eagle Hill Petrochemical Plant
Q:Effect of catalysts on reaction rate??
A catalyst provides an alternative route for the reaction, (maybe more steps than previously), but each step having a lower activation energy than the original uncatalysed reaction. This means that although there will be the same number of collisions per second (if the reaction is performed at the same temperature as before), a greater fraction of those collisions will result in a reaction - so there will be more reactions per second. In the case of a heterogeneous catalyst - e.g. a solid surface the change is that the first step is a bond to the surface which waekens some of the bonds in the reactants - again making a greater fraction of reactions result in reaction.
Q:Why the catalyst after the chemical reaction of its quality and chemical properties unchanged
In fact, the catalyst in the reaction process has become other substances, but after the end of the reaction, the catalyst has changed back. That is, the catalyst is actually involved in the reaction, except that the amount of catalyst being reacted is as much as it did.
Q:Is the chemical reaction rate constant related to the amount of catalyst used?
The catalyst has a certain amount of suitable range, the general factory production of some substances (such as ammonia), the amount of catalyst used is limited, to achieve a value after no greater role. So the reaction rate constant is independent of the amount of catalyst used
Q:how do catalysts help in green chemistry?
Catalysts allow more efficient conversion of products in irreversible reactions, or they allow for the faster attainment of equilibrium in equilibrium reactions, thereby reducing time, raw material waste and emissions. Also, because catalysts are reusable, they can be recycled.
Q:Why are enzymes classified as organic catalysts?
since enzymes are found in the body,earlier they were belived to be related to life processes. however the organic molecules can also be produced outside the body through inorganic processes. a catalyst helps in speeding up the reaction.here the enzymes play as catylyst in the body for various metabolic pathways.
Q:why is palladium/platinum a good catalyst?
Palladium and platinum can form partial bonds with other molecules. By forming these partial bonds, the bond in the actual molecule gets weaker and weaker and hence, the bond becomes easier to break. Let's say for example a hydrogen molecule. There is a single bond between the 2 hydrogen atoms. Platinum/palladium will form partial bonds with the 2 hydrogen atoms. By doing so, the single bond BETWEEN THE 2 HYDROGEN ATOMS gets weaker and weaker. Hence, a smaller amount of energy is needed to break the bond between the 2 hydrogen atoms (the hydrogen molecule). As the amount of energy needed to overcome the bond between the 2 hydrogen atoms gets smaller, we say the activation energy for the reaction has been reduced. Hence, a greater amount of bonds in hydrogen molecules can be broken in a smaller time, and therefore, we say palladium/platinum has catalysed the reaction.
Q:Does the catalyst slow down the chemical reaction rate?
The role of the catalyst is to change the activation energy to achieve the purpose of changing the reaction rate, there is a rate of response to speed up the rate of slow response
Q:how a catalyst can provide a new route in forming the product?
A catalyst may provide a new route in forming a product. Often the reactants have too much energy and bounce off of each other forming few products. The catalyst may provide a surface where the reactants can settle momentarily in close proximity completing the reaction at an increased rate. The catalyst has been pictured (for illustration only) as a surface filled with grooves and when the reactants settle within the grooves (forming a film?) they are close enough to react rather than bounce off of each other. As such the catalyst facilitates the reaction without being used up in the reaction. The catalyst may become 'poisoned' with other molecules that interfere with the desired reaction and the reactants may have to be relatively pure to protect the catalyst.
Q:enzymes and catalyst are....?
enzymes help biochemical reactions proceed at a faster rate than normal in a physiological system, catalysts or sometimes referred to as subunits, metals and other ligands, bind enzymes, and can have a positive and negative effect on the rate of a reaction. search them on wikipedia!

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