Plastic Additives Impact Modifier(A C R),Good Quality

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1. Structure of Pvc Impact Modifier Description 

 

Classification:Chemical Auxiliary Agent

CAS No.:63231-66-3

Other Names:chlorinated polyethylene

Appearance:White Powder

Chlorine Content:35%

Volatiles Content:0.3%

Tearing Strength:8.0Mpa

Elogation at Break:800%

 

2. Main Features of the Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer/Specification

 

Item

Unit

Index

Chlorine content 

%

35±1 

Thermal decomposition temperature

≥ 165

Volatile Matter content 

%

≤0.3

Remains crystallinity 

%

≤ 5

Tearing Strength

Mpa

≥8.0

Rate of filtration

36mesh 

%

             ≥99

Shore Hardness A

°

≤57

Apparent Density 

g/ml

≥0.55

Impurity Particle 

 PC/ 10g

10

WhitenessR457

°

≥86

Elogation at break       %           800

 

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4.FAQ of Pvc Impact Modifier 

 

1.PVC Impact Modifier is Mainly used for producing PVC profiles, U-PVC waterpipe & sewer pipe, cold curved pipe line, PVC blowing board and PVC extrusion board

2.Delivery date:30days

3.Proper for plastic pipe and profile stablizer

4.Payment:30% in advance,70% against BL copy

 

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Q:About the catalyst?
Catalysts are not used/destroyed in any reactions, it merely speeds up the process by lowering the reaction activation energy. It functions by being able to weaken or break the required bonds necessary in the chemical reaction (thus lowering activation energy) through temporary and weak bonding to form a complex. In this case the H2O2 molecule will bind with the MnO2 molecule due to the complimentary sites (thus forming a complex) to weaken the bonds for decomposition, but after decomposition the products (oxygen and water molecules) break off from the catalyst (as there are no more complementary sites with them) thus the catalyst will not be destroyed.
Q:What is the superiority of the catalyst compared to the stoichiometric reagent?
Mildness: means that the chemical reaction catalyzed by the enzyme is generally carried out under relatively mild conditions
Q:All high school chemistry uses sulfuric acid as a catalyst for the reaction
Esterification reaction (dehydration), nitration (dehydration, concentrated nitric acid), carbonation reaction or dehydration reaction (organic matter in sulfuric acid blackening, dehydrating agent), sulfonation reaction (dehydrating agent), ethylene (dehydrating agent).
Q:What is the quality of the catalyst in the chemical reaction,and how much is the catalyst mass?
You can not calculate this question, the quality of the catalyst before and after the same reaction, how much reaction before the reaction on how much
Q:CO and NO in what the role of the catalyst under the chemical reaction
2NO + 2CO = 2CO2 + N2
Q:catalyst efficiency low bank 1?
In after Robert M phaggotry. Oh, like that first poster said, be sure there aren't other faults causing the rear O2 sensor to pick up all that O2 in the exhaust...such as a rich-running engine.
Q:Is catalyst a metal or just a hard material?
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Q:why are enzymes called catalysts?
A catalyst is any substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without otherwise changing the outcome of the reaction. Catalysts do this by lowering a reaction's activation energy (which is the energy barrier that must be overcome before the reaction can proceed spontaneously). Catalysts are not permanently changed by the reactions they catalyze, so one catalyst could reasonably catalyze the same reaction many times over. Enzymes are biological catalysts because they lower the activation energy of metabolic reactions (and therefore increase their rate). Every enzyme has an active site that is specific for a particular substrate, or for a small related group of substrates. When the correct substrate binds to the active site, the enzyme catalyzes a particular reaction and releases new products. Substrates that don't match the shape of the enzyme's active site usually won't be affected by the enzyme. Enzymes are proteins, which are in turn polymers of amino acids. The sequence of amino acids in an enzyme, as well as the three-dimensional structure of the polypeptide chain, are essential for determining the enzyme's functionality. I hope that helps. Good luck!
Q:What is the difference between a catalyst and an oxidizing agent?
a catalyst DOES NOT take part in the reaction. it merely speeds it up. Without a catalyst, the reaction would still occur, just slower. However, reactions with oxidizing agents CANNOT and WILL NOW take place without them. They gain electrons and are also considered the thing that is reduced. At the end of the reaction, they have been altered in some way, unlike catalysts.
Q:How are a catalyst and an intermediate similar? How are they different?
A catalyst speeds up the rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy barrier which is, presumably, the energy required to achieve the reaction intermediate. Catalysts are also not consumed in the reaction, they are regenerated towards the end. A reaction intermediate is a configuration that a molecule takes prior to achieving it's lowest energy form which would signify the end of the reaction. Intermediate usually are hard to isolate because of the incentive to go to the most stable configuration. How are they different? A catalyst is not a part of the reaction product and it doesn't get consumed. An intermediate in a reaction is transformed into the product. How are they similar? Well, catalysts drive the reaction and make it easier for the reaction for follow through. Since intermediates are high energy and thermodynamics tells us that low energy is favorable, the incentive for a high energy intermediate to drive down to it's stable for can also drive a reaction. I hope that helps. I hope it makes sense.

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