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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: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:What are the roles of enzymes (protein catalysts) in catalyzing biochemical reactions in the cell.?
To make it simple unlike the dude above me...enzymes (biological catalysts) lower the activation energy, which speeds up the reaction. EVERY reaction needs a little boost of energy--the activation energy--and enzymes lower that.
Q:Why are there so many catalysts?
Many important chemical reactions require inputs of energy to proceed. If a catalyst is present less energy will be required to complete the reaction. Catalysts are substances that are mixed in with materials that are to be reacted, but they themselves do not, in the end, change chemically. They establish a local environment that promotes one or more chemical reactions to take place. A catalyst is important in many industrial processes. Sulfuric acid, which is used to produce batteries, detergents, dyes, explosives, plastics, and many other produces, is commonly produced using a catalyst called vanadium oxide. Ammonia, a primary component of many fertilizers, could not be produced economically without the use of iron oxide which speed up the reaction. The process of catalyst also affects the state of our global environment. Automobiles use catalytic converters to treat exhaust. The metals platinum and palladium facilitate the chemical conversion of noxious gases to more inert forms, greatly decreasing the environmental impact of combustion engines. Probably the most important impact of catalyst is on life itself. All important biochemical reactions are catalyzed by molecules called enzymes. Most enzymes are proteins which catalyze specific reactions within cells. Some examples include polymerases, which synthesize DNS and RNA, peptidases, which digest protein, and ATP synthases, which produce energy for the many different cell activities.
Q:What is the catalyst called?
There are three types of catalysts, which are homogeneous catalysts, heterogeneous catalysts and biocatalysts
Q:what function does catalyst have?
lowers the activation energy of a reaction so it happens at a faster rate
Q:What is the difference between a catalyst and an oxidizing agent?
A catalyst is a substance that increases a chemical reaction rate without being consumed in the reaction. Heat is probably the most common catalyst. In some cases the reaction will occur without the catalyst but very slowly. In other cases, the reaction will not occur. In the body, enzymes are often catalysts. An oxidizing agent, causes a compound to lose electrons and it is then said that that compound was oxidized. The oxidizing agent gains electrons and is said to be reduced. An example is hydrochloric acid. Is is oxidized by oxygen gas and loses hydrogen atoms leaving chlorine gas. The oxygen gains hydrogen atoms and forms water. The hydrochloric acid is oxidized and the oxygen is reduced.
Q:Explain, using an example, how a heterogeneous catalyst works?
Because of the production of photochemical oxidants from NOx reacting with hydrocarbons in sunlight Noxer blocks are used to rid the NOx from the surroundings through The titanium dioxide (TiO2) on the bocks absorbs ultra-pink radiation from daylight which excites its electrons to a bigger orbital. On the outside of the crystals of TiO2 a reaction happens between oxygen and a high power electron from the TiO2. O2 + e־ --O2 ־ The excessive vigor electron is then given back to the TiO2 when water then reacts with the oxygen to present H2 O + O2 --H+ + O2 ־ + OH Nitrogen dioxide is oxidised to nitrate ions as a result of the hydroxyl radical being an awfully strong oxidising agent NO2 + OH --H+ + NO3 ־ The superoxide from response 3 also varieties nitrate ions from nitrogen monoxide. NO + O2 ־ --NO3 ־ This nitrate is washed away through rain or combines with the concrete within the block.
Q:What makes an enzyme a catalyst?
A.hydrogen peroxide. Catalase is an enzyme that functions in the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to oxygen and water.
Q:how does the AMOUNT of a catalyst affect reaction rate?
It's more the surface area than the amount, but, in general, the more catalyst exposed, the quicker the reaction will proceed.
Q:what is a fuel catalyst?
Fuel Catalyst

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