New Plasticizer DEDB Mixed With Resin For Plastic

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     Polyol Benzoate (DEDB) is colorless or pale yellow transparent oily liquid, water-insoluble, soluble in aromatic hydrocarbons, ketones and ethers, and has good compatibility withpolyvinyl chloride, ethylene - vinyl acetate copolymer, poly vinyl acetate, polymethylmethacrylate, polyvinylbutyral, nitrocellulose, and ethyl cellulose, etc.

Product application:

       Polyol Benzoate(DEDB) is an environmentally friendly plasticizer with the characteristics of strong solubility, good compatibility, low volatility,resistant to oil, water, light, pollution etc. It is suitable for processing PVC flooring material, plastisol, artificial leather, cable material, soft and hard pipe, shoes material, rubber strips, synthetic rubber, and paint, printing ink, etc. It has a better plasticized effect if it is used together withDOP or DBP, and has greatly achieved the purpose of reducing cost .

Product quality index

Item

First grade

Second grade

Chroma(APHA)                    

50

60

Ester %                           

99.5

90.0

Density(20°C)g/ 

1.120-1.126

1.172-1.78

Acidity(as benzene dicarbonic acid) %   

0.01

0.02

Flash Point °C                     

195

192

Loss on heat(125°C,2 hours)%         ≤

0.3

0.5

Chroma after heat treatment

80

100

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1. Direct producer with 15 years experience 
2. ISO9001:2000 
3. High quality, lower price and best service 
4. New plasticizer 

PackagingIBM, net weight: 1000 kg.

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Q:High chemistry: Does the catalyst affect the heat and heat of the reaction?
No effect
Q:How does the catalyst affect chemical balance?
Negative catalyst increases the activation energy, so that the reaction time becomes longer
Q:Pls help me define a catalyst.?
In chemistry and biology, catalysis is the acceleration (increase in rate) of a chemical reaction by means of a substance, called a catalyst, that is itself not consumed by the overall reaction. The word is derived from the Greek noun κατάλυσις, related to the verb καταλύειν, meaning to annul or to untie or to pick up. A catalyst provides an alternative route of reaction where the activation energy is lower than the original chemical reaction. Catalysts participate in reactions but are neither reactants nor products of the reaction they catalyze. An exception is the process of autocatalysis where the product of a reaction helps to accelerate the same reaction. They work by providing an alternative pathway for the reaction to occur, thus reducing the activation energy and increasing the reaction rate. More generally, one may at times call anything that accelerates a reaction, without itself being consumed or changed, a catalyst (for example, a catalyst for political change). A good example of a catalyst is in the disproportionation of hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide reacts to give water and oxygen gas by itself: 2 H2O2 → 2 H2O + O2 Usually, this reaction is slow. On the addition of manganese dioxide to a dilute solution of hydrogen peroxide, an effervescence is observed, and much oxygen, detectable by a glowing splint, is evolved. The manganese dioxide may be recovered, and re-used indefinitely, thus it is a catalyst — it is not consumed by the reaction. A promoter is an accelerator of catalysis, but not a catalyst by itself. An inhibitor inhibits the working of a catalyst.
Q:Can a catalyst be present in the rate equation?
Any reaction with a finite amount of reactants has a half-life, whether it's first order, second order, zero order or complex order. The half-life (t½) is defined as the time taken for the reaction to go half-way to completion. If the reaction is: A + B ---products and A is in excess, then t½ will be the time taken for half of B to be used up. For all reactions, then, you get a decay curve. For zero-order reactions, this 'curve' is a straight line, but for all other orders, the curve is an actual curve and it is quite difficult to distinguish, by visual inspection alone, whether it is exponential (indicating a first-order reaction) or hyperbolic (indicating a second or higher order reaction).
Q:why is palladium/platinum a good catalyst?
Platinum As Catalyst
Q:what function does catalyst have?
A catalyst is a substance used to change the rate of a reaction. If it increases, it is posititve catalyst . Decreases means negative catalyst. If the reactants and catalyst are in same phase, it is homogenous catalysis, otherwise heterogenous. Any reaction to occur, the reactants have to combine to form an intermediate compound and then to product. This requires surpassment of a minimum amout of energy known as Ea- Activation energy. Catalyst decreased the Ea, so that , passing the barrier becomes easy and hence the speeding of the reaction.
Q:What reactions need catalysts?
Reactions that have high Activation Energy need catalysts to speed up reactions. These reactions aren't spontaneous since the reactants do not have enough energy to overcome the activation energy barrier. Catalysts are compounds that speed up reactions by providing an alternative pathway for the reaction. It is a common misconception that catalysts lower the activation energy. It doesn't actually lower the activation energy, instead it provides an alternative pathway with lower activation energy. For example, breakdown of hydrogen peroxide happens in nature but, relatively slowly. When you add a little bit of manganese dioxide, the breakdown happens a lot faster. Another example is, breakdown of glucose in the body. It is facilitated by an enzyme called amylase (or carbohydrase). An industrial example is the use of vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) in the Contact process, where SO2 is converted to SO3 in the presence of V2O5. Hope that helps!
Q:What is the analytical principle of chemical adsorbents?
What do you mean by the chemical adsorber? BET is the use of the surface of the uneven force field, but the inert gas at low temperature in the surface adsorption. TPD, TPR is the number of active centers that can be measured by the technique of desorption and reduction between specific gases and catalysts as the temperature increases. If the active site is a reduced position, H2-TPR can be used. If the active site is acidic, NH3-TPD can be used, but also the method of alkali titration.
Q:Catalyst by laurie halse anderson?
no but aOMG i laurie halse anderson! OMG I LOVED HER BOOK FEVER 1793 wooooooooooo that book was aweomse. you should read it
Q:Will the catalyst change the reaction rate in the chemical reaction?
Many of the catalysts are specific in varying degrees, and when added to the chemical reaction system that it can catalyze, it must change the rate of chemical reaction, and of course both positively and negatively catalyzed. Chemical reaction rate, it can not be called a catalyst.

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