Malaysia Stearic Acid Triple Pressed, Stearic Acid Rubber Grade

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                   Stearic acid

Formula: C18H36O2

Structural Formula:CH3(CH2)16COOH

Product Description:

Shaped like Lump, flake; Saturated fatty acid mainly with C16 and C18, white flake solid at ambient temperature, not dissolved in water, slightly dissolved in benzene and carbon bisulfide, and easily dissolved in hot alcohol. No smell no poison. It has the general chemical properties of organic carboxylic acid.

Physicochemical Properties:

pure product is white with a shiny soft small pieces, melting point 69.6 degrees, the boiling point of 376.1 degrees. Relative density 0.9408, refractive index 1.4299, slowly volatile in the 90-100 degrees. Slightly soluble in cold water, soluble in alcohol, acetone, soluble in benzene, chloroform, ethyl ether, carbon tetrachloride, carbon disulfide, toluene and so on.




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Suggest Uses:

Mainly for the production of stearic acid salts: Widely used system for cosmetics, plastic cold-resistant plasticizer, release agent, stabilizer, surfactants, rubber vulcanization accelerator, waterproof agent, polishing agent, metal soap, metal mineral flotation agent, softeners, pharmaceuticals, and other organic chemicals.
In addition, oil-soluble pigments can be used as solvents, crayons transfer slip agent, waxed paper lighting agent, stearic acid glyceride emulsifier, etc..

Packing :25/50kg in PP bag ,25MT/20GP

Product Storage:

in dry warehouse ventilation should be more than 10mm from the ground to avoid damp  products in the above-mentioned conditions, from the date of delivery for one year shelf life.

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Q:What is the difference between organic matter and inorganic matter?
Inorganic matter is an inorganic compound. Generally refers to the elements other than carbon elements, such as water, salt, sulfuric acid, lime and so on. However, some simple carbon compounds such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, carbonates and carbides, because of their composition and properties and inorganic similar, so also as an inorganic to study. The vast majority of inorganic matter can be classified as oxides, acids, alkalis and salts.
Q:What is the isomeric structure of oxygen-containing derivatives?
Play the Transformers. As long as the same molecular formula, you can group out how many different structures, there are a number of isomers.
Q:What are the characteristics of organic compounds?
Organic compounds are usually referred to as carbon-containing compounds, or hydrocarbon-containing compounds and their derivatives are collectively referred to as organic matter. Organic compounds are generally insoluble in water and soluble in organic solvents with lower melting points. The vast majority of organic matter heat easily decomposed, easy to burn. The reaction of organic matter is generally slow and often accompanied by side effects, and there are many kinds of organic compounds, which can be divided into two major categories of hydrocarbon and hydrocarbon derivatives. According to the organic groups contained in the functional groups, divided into alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatic hydrocarbons and alcohols, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, esters and so on. According to the organic carbon molecular structure, can also be divided into open chain compounds, carbocyclic compounds and heterocyclic compounds three categories.
Q:What is organic matter? Candle is organic?
For example: CH4 C2H6O and so are organic matter
Q:Ionic compounds, covalent compounds, electrolytes, non-electrolytes, which are both compounds and inorganic compounds
An ionic compound consisting of a cation and an anion. Active metals (such as sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc.) and active non-metallic (such as fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, sulfur, etc.) when the combination of active metal loss of electrons to form positively charged cations (such as Na +, K +, Ca2 + (Such as F-, Cl-, O2-, S2-, etc.), cations and anions are formed by electrostatic interactions to form ionic compounds. For example, sodium chloride is an ionic compound consisting of positively charged sodium ions (Na +) and negatively charged chloride ions (Cl-). Many bases (such as NaOH, KOH, Ba (OH) 2, etc.) and salts (such as CaCl2, KNO3, CuSO4, etc.) are ionic compounds. The total number of positive charges in the cationic compound is equal to the total number of negative charges carried by the anion, and the whole compound is electrically neutral. Most ionic compounds can not be conductive in solid (or crystalline), while their aqueous or molten state can be conductive. The ionic compounds generally have a higher melting point and higher boiling point, higher hardness, crisp and difficult to compress, and the highly volatile ionic compounds are linked by ionic bonds, without independent structures, such as sodium chloride.
Q:What are the most stable carboxylic acid derivatives?
In addition to acid halide are more stable, which ester and amide stability is stronger
Q:Why does toluene not belong to the derivatives of hydrocarbons?
Hydrocarbon: sound tīng, is composed of two elements of carbon and hydrogen organic compounds known as hydrocarbons, also known as hydrocarbons. It reacts with chlorine, bromine, oxygen and other hydrocarbons to produce derivatives of hydrocarbons. Such as methane and chlorine in the light conditions of reaction to produce methyl chloride, dichloromethane, chloroform and chloroform (carbon tetrachloride) and other derivatives. The concept of derivatives is hydrocarbon and chlorine, bromine, oxygen and other reaction products. While toluene is not methyl and benzene, she is a whole noun is aromatic. Also known as aromatic hydrocarbons. Generally have one or more six-ring (benzene ring) with a special structure. The simplest aromatic hydrocarbons are benzene, toluene, xylene. There is also naphthenes. As the name suggests it is a ring structure. The most common is the five carbon atoms or six carbon atoms of the ring, the former called cyclopentane, which is called cyclohexane. The molecular formula of the cycloalkane is of the formula CnH2n. Cycloalkane is also called cycloalkane hydrocarbons. And alkanes. Is a carbon atom between the single bond phase chain hydrocarbon. Since the number of atoms that make up the hydrocarbon and hydrogen is different, the result is that the petroleum contains hydrocarbon molecules with large and small differences. Alkanes are named according to the carbon atoms and numbers contained in the molecule, and the number of carbon atoms is less than 10, from 1 to 10, followed by a, B, C, D, E, G, Alkane to say that the number of carbon atoms in more than 11, with the number that thank you to adopt
Q:Carboxylic acid and alcohol can react, is it necessary to have certain conditionsrespond?
This is not you know the wine wine fruit flavor from ethyl acetate it is ethanol and acetic acid esterification out of the esterification of the esterification reaction needs to concentrate sulfuric acid catalysis that is because the laboratory to yield to the speed So it is necessary to reduce the activation energy to try their esterification but miscible case will react but very very slow wine more Chen Yue Hong to wait ten years or even hundreds of you will not be willing to do so
Q:What kind of carbohydrates?
carbohydrate: common with sucrose, maltose, lactose in the diet mainly in the form of starch, dextrin and glycogen in the form of sugar in the two sugar from a molecule of glucose and a molecule of fructose Is the most commonly used additive in sweets, pastries and beverages, and sucrose is essentially free of other nutrients in addition to the supply of maltose, which consists of two molecules of fructose, consisting of one molecule of glucose and one molecule of galactose.
Q:The main role of sugar?
Like polysaccharides can be used as storage of nutrients (such as starch and glycogen) or as animal exoskeleton and plant cell cell walls (such as: chitin and cellulose); the other is like a five carbon aldehyde (Such as ATP, FAD and NAD) are also the backbone of some genetic material molecules (such as RNA). Many of the derivatives of carbohydrates are also associated with the immune system, fertilization, prevention of disease, blood coagulation and growth have a great association.

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