PVC Stabalizer for Plastic Products,Profiles,Pipes,Tubes

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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:What is the catalyst condition in the chemical equation?
On the middle of the equal sign or arrow above ah ~
Q:What is the difference between a catalyst and an inducer in a chemical reaction?
The catalyst does not participate in the reaction, but only the carrier of the reaction; the inducer will participate in the reaction
Q:what is metallocene catalyst technology?
Metallocene catalyst A transition-metal atom sandwiched between ring structures having a well-defined single catalytic site and well-understood molecular structure used to produce uniform polyolefins with unique structures and physical properties. See also Catalysis; Coordination chemistry; Coordination complexes; Metallocenes; Organometallic compound. In the early 1980s, W. Kaminsky discovered that an appropriate co-catalyst activated metallocene compounds of group 4 metals, that is, titanium, zirconium, and hafnium, for alpha-olefin polymerization, attracting industrial interest. This observation led to the synthesis of a great number of metallocene compounds for the production of polymers already made industrially, such as polyethylene and polypropylene, and new materials. Polymers produced with metallocene catalysts represent a small fraction of the entire polyolefin market, but experts agree that such a fraction will increase rapidly in the future. See also Polymer; Polymerization; Polyolefin resins.
Q:Why does the chemical and chemical properties change before and after the reaction?
At present, the role of the catalyst has not yet fully understood. In most cases, it is believed that the catalyst itself and the reactants participate in the chemical reaction, reducing the activation energy required for the reaction. Some catalytic reactions are due to the formation of a very easy decomposition of the "intermediate", the decomposition of the catalyst to restore the original chemical composition, the original reactant becomes a product. Some catalytic reactions are due to adsorption, adsorption can only be in the catalyst surface of the most active area (called the active center) carried out. The greater the area of the active site, the greater the activity of the catalyst. Reactants such as impurities,
Q:What are the roles of enzymes (protein catalysts) in catalyzing biochemical reactions in the cell.?
Catalysts help shift the equilibrium of a reaction to one that is more favorable. They allow a naturally occurring reaction that may be extremely slow to progress faster or an unfavorable reaction to proceed forward. During the process catalysts are recycled, which means that at the catalyst is the same compound in the beginning and the end of the reaction, although during intermediate steps catalysts can change conformation. Catalysts shift the equilibrium of a reaction by lowering the activation energy of a reaction, which is the energy barrier which must be overcome in order for the reaction to proceed in a desired direction. This can be achieved in several ways such as providing favorable thermodynamic conditions for a reaction or creating intermediates which react more favorably to create the products. Inside the cell a lot of chemical reactions are either too slow to proceed naturally or are simply unfavorable. Catalysts help overcome those barriers. The substrate is the part of the reaction which gets transformed into the products after binding to the active site of the protein.
Q:Is the chemical reaction rate constant related to the amount of catalyst used?
The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, manganese dioxide in addition to the catalyst, but also in which it can be considered a carrier (from the surface of manganese dioxide to emit small bubbles, you should be able to see), so the amount of more than certainly can speed up the reaction.
Q:Chemical problems, the selection of catalysts.
With dilute sulfuric acid can be. Sulfuric acid will be added with the addition of ethyl hydrogen sulfide, and then hydrolyzed into ethanol.
Q:What is the chemical vinyl chloride and benzene plus catalyst?
Looks like no ethyl benzene, it is vinyl benzene
Q:What happens to this catalyst ?
Only a catalyst? Poor catalyst. Catalysts get very little respect. Folks assume that catalysts don' do anything, yet they magically speed up a reaction without taking part in the reaction. That just isn't the case. Most chemical reactions take place in multiple steps. A catalyst can be a reactant in one step and a product in s subsequent step, thereby giving the impression that it did not react. The catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction by providing an alternate reaction pathway which has a lower activation energy. The lower activation energy means that more molecules will have the energy required to react, and the rate will be greater. So the bottom line is that the catalyst will have appeared not to have reacted, and returns to its original state.
Q:What makes an enzyme a catalyst?
D: it quickens a chemical reaction yet isn't completely replaced by skill of the reaction this is a standard definition of the understanding catalyst that a biologist gave: A chemical/substance that alters the fee of a chemical reaction yet isn't used up interior the technique.

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