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1.Granular pigment
2.N220.N330.N550,N660
3.Plastic,rubber industry
4.Pyrolysis Carbon Black Prices,
5.Samples are available,

Pyrolysis Carbon Black Prices


1. Black powder or granular


2. Widely Used in plastic, rubber, masterbatch, tire, paints, ink, pigments etc.


3. Types: N220, N330, N550, N660, N990, N110, N115, N234, N326, N339, N375, N539, N550, N880 etc.


4. High purity

Specification of carbon black

Classification: Chemical Auxiliary Agent

CAS No.: 1333-86-4

Purity: 99.9

Place of Origin: hunan,China (Mainland)

Type: Adsorbent

Adsorbent Variety: Activated Carbon

Usage: Coating Auxiliary Agents, Electronics Ch...

Brand Name: Sanji

Model Number: rubber grade

Color: Black

Category: carbon black

Items

N220

N330

N550

N660

Iodine Absorption Number g/kg

121 +/-5

82 +/-5

43 +/-4

36 +/-4

DBP Absorption Number 10-5m3/Kg

114 +/-5

102 +/-5

121 +/-5

90 +/-5

DBP Absorption Number of Compressed Sample 10-5m3/Kg

93~107

81~95

81~95

68~82

CTAB Surface Area 103m2/Kg

106~116

79~87

38~46

31~39

Nitrogen Surface Area 103m2/Kg

114~124

78~88

38~46

30~40

Tint Strength

110~120

98~108

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-

Heating Loss

3.0

2.5

2.5

1.5

Ash

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

Tensile Strength Map ≥

-0.8

-1.5

-3.5

-3.5

Extension% ≥

+10

-10

-10

+10

Map Modulus at 300%

-2.5 +/-1.3

-1.7 +/-1.3

-1.7 +/-1.3

-3.5 +/-1.3

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:25kg/knitted bag with top grade liner film and good waterproof property
Delivery Detail:5 - 17 days

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Q:In the catalyst and light conditions to break down the water to get the chemical equation of hydrogen
2H2O = 2H2 ↑ + O2 ↑
Q:Why is the catalyst?
Enzymes, refers to the biocatalytic function of the polymer material, in the enzyme catalytic reaction system, the reactant molecules known as the substrate, the substrate catalyzed by the enzyme into another molecule. Similar to other non-biocatalysts, the enzyme changes the reaction rate by adjusting the Gibbs free energy of the chemical reaction, and most of the enzyme can increase the rate of its catalytic reaction by a million times; in fact, the enzyme is provided with another The activation energy requires a lower route so that more reactive particles produce more effective collisions to produce more kinetic energy. According to the first law of thermodynamics, the kinetic energy obtained by the collision can accelerate the reaction rate by transformation. The enzyme as a catalyst itself is not consumed in the reaction process nor does it affect the chemical equilibrium of the reaction.
Q:Why are acids and bases good catalysts?
A catalyst is a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction by providing an alternate reaction pathway with a lower activation energy. Catalysts appear not to take part in the reaction. Frequently, catalysts are not very reactive. Acids and bases, on the other hand, are very reactive. Acids (as H+) and bases ( as OH-) sometimes function as catalysts in some organic reactions. They appear to be catalysts because in the course of the mechanism H+ or OH- is regenerated.
Q:A catalyst?
Does not become part of the chemical change. I am guessing that this is a multiple guess test and the answer you are looking for is D.
Q:Catalyst by laurie halse anderson?
Discussion and Essay Questions What is a catalyst? Who are the catalysts in this book? Why? What is Kate running from? How did she get lost (literally and figuratively)? Why does Kate hate English class? What are some of the myths surrounding the college application process? About high school? About kids like Kate? Kids like Teri? Find the list of vocabulary words given out for homework in Kate's English class. The author deliberately chose them. What is their significance? Why do authors do things like that? Does this make you hate authors? (joke... just wanted to see if you're paying attention) Discuss these image systems (symbols) found in the book: a. chemistry b. periodic table c. vision/sight d. movement vs. being stuck e. electricity What examples of safety awareness and danger can you find? How are they connected to each other? Make a list of all the elements and chemical terms used as chapter headings in the book. Explain how the chapters headings refer to the action with each chapter. Find the hints of Alice in Wonderland in the book. How does the story of Alice's journey reflect Kate's? Catalyst takes place in Merryweather High School, also the setting for Speak. What connections link the two books? How is food used in this book? Why don't we learn more about the life of Teri Litch (hint: examine the book's POV) How is Kate's relationship with her father? Why is it that way? Does it change over the course of the book. (Give examples for each answer.) Discuss the role of religion in this book. What does Kate believe in? Teri? Mitchell? How and why does Kate's relationship with Teri change after Mikey's death? Why are the three sections of the book labeled Solid, Liquid and Gas? Who is the most important character in this book? Why? How do the characters in Catalyst deal with defeat?
Q:A question about the catalyst in a chemical reaction
Heating or increasing the contact surface of the reactants.
Q:Can manganese dioxide do any catalyst for chemical reactions?
The catalyst is selective
Q:What is the catalyst in the end?
You said the chemical catalyst or Ati graphics card catalyst? If the above is enough to explain the above, if it is the latter, that is, the meaning of the graphics card, Ati's graphics drive like a catalyst
Q:catalyst and reagents ???
Believe me, nema, there's no way that we chemists know the best catalyst for every reaction. That would be simply impossible. However, from the type of reaction, the reactants, products, reaction conditions, solvents, etc. and from one's experience and the literature (papers and patents) one can get a good idea for most reactions of the type of catalyst that has worked for similar systems. One then starts off with a catalyst from the literature and modifies or changes it if improvement is needed based on chemical principles that one learns. There are also some theoretical calculations that can be made. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't :) If it is an industrially important process like the Haber process for making ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas, there may be thousands of catalysts which have been tried and evaluated. New minor improvements are being made every day. When a company does find a very good catalyst for an important reaction, often they keep it a trade secret. The good catalyst can make a huge difference in how commercially successful a particular process is. That's a large part of what chemical engineers do. You may never know if you have the best catalyst. The most you can hope for is one that is good enough. So it's a few parts personal knowledge, a few parts literature, a couple of parts theory, a lot of experimentation and often, more than not, a little luck. :)
Q:Junior high school chemistry - chemical reaction before and after the quality and chemical properties of the material must be the catalyst?
It is not always possible that the equivalent reaction, i.e. one or more of the reactants, is the same as the relative atomic mass of one or more of the products and the coefficients in the chemical equation are the same

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