Medium Color Gas Processing Pigment Carbon Black

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  Carbon Black-- Master Batch

Introduction

After investigat of current market, for master batch, colorpaste , color filter, printing ink, paint and special rubber industry, our company had adjusted production process and index, Reaching and developing the new producting ,such as M330,M326 and M220, They have high price quality compare with N330,N326 and N220.

Index Comparison  (lodine absorption, g/kg

Production

N330

M330

N220

M220

N326

M326

Loadine absorption,g/kg

82±7

82±2

121±7

121±2

82±7

82±2

DBP absorption, 10-5

m3/kg

102±7

102±2

114±7

114±2

72±7

72±2

DBP adsorption, 10-5

M3

/kg

83-93

85-91

93-103

95-101

64-72

66-70

CTAB surface area, 103

M3

/kg

76-88

78-86

105-117

107-115

77-89

79-87

Tint strength,≥

99

105

111

115

106

110

Heating lose,≤

2.5

0.5

2.5

0.5

2.5

0.5

Ash, ≤

0.7

0.3

0.7

0.3

0.7

0.3

45umscreening, ≤PPM

1000

50

1000

50

1000

50

Impruity

/

.

/

/

/

/

Lead content ≤PPM

200

50

200

50

200

50

Safety:

As a matter of good industrial hygiene, gloves and safety glasses with side shields or better eye protection should be worn when handing Carbon Black ,For more information, refer to the MSDS








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In biochemical reactions, most appear to be positive / inverse reaction combinations, in fact there are differences in peripheral product / energy offerings. In addition to the molecules of interest, there are many other small molecules involved in the reaction, and these small molecules in the forward or reverse reaction in the transformation is not completely mutually negative. Even for the same reaction, since the corresponding substrate may be removed in the subsequent step and the pulling balance occurs, it is also possible that the forward or reverse direction can occur. Decisive factors usually come from the surrounding other enzymes, coenzymes, small molecules concentration.
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