Rubber Chemcials Rubber Antioxidant 4010NA

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IPPD 4010NA

Chemical Name:N-isopropyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenediamine
Molecular FormulaC15H18N2
Molecular Weight:226.32 
CAS NO.101-72-4
Executive standard:GB/T8828-2003   
Specification:


Item

Index 


Acceptable end-product

Appearance:


Dark brown to purple brown granules

Soften Point, ℃≥

70.0

Loss on drying,% 

0.30

Ash,%  ≤                                 

0.20

Assay(GC),%   

95.0

 

Properties: Dark brown to purple brown granules. density of 1.14 soluble oils, benzene, ethyl acetate, carbon disulfide and ethanol, gasoline South soluble, not water soluble. Provides powerful and antioxidant properties with excellent high temperature and flex resistance to rubber compounds.

 

Applications: include the use in pneumatic, an antioxidant for natural rubber and many kinds of synthetic rubber, especially for the prevention of thermal deterioration on NBR. These goods can be used in heated vessels and the Torrid Zone.

 

Packing :Packed in 20kg or 25kg per bags.

 

Properties: The product should be stored in the dry and cooling place with good ventilation. The product should be avoid hot sunshine.

 



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catalyst speeds up the reaction... i don't know if there is actually 'a new route' in product formation because catalysts should not affect the reaction... it only has to speed up the reaction
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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.
Q:What is a catalyst and what is it do?
A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction.
Q:What is the similarity between enzymes and general chemical catalysts?
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Q:In the chemical calculation, the quality of the catalyst should not be counted before and after the reaction
It is not the same .. because the quality of the catalyst will not change .
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No
Q:Name 3 everyday catalysts?
Hello ; Chemical catalysts are substances that increase the rate of reaction (while remaining themselves chemically unchanged: Polyethylene, the polymer used to make everything from: 1. garbage bags and 2. grocery bags, to 3. squeezable bottles, to 4. cable insulation, is made by passing ethylene gas over a catalyst. Most other polymers are made in the same (or similar) way. Synthetic rubber, nylon, polyester, PVC, teflon, etc. It's not hard to think of 10 uses for these catalyst-produced materials alone... e.g. : 5. rain coats 6. pantyhose 7. water pipes 8. bouncy balls 9. non-stick surfaces and pads 10. saran wrap 11. food containers 12. cell-phone and laptop cases 13. cheap wigs 14. fishing line... 15. Enzymes are Biological catalysts: 16. beer and 17. bread are typically made with yeast, a living organism containing enzymes I hope this helps!
Q:Why is the catalyst in the chemical balance, the rate of change and balance?
Plus the catalyst, but only to change the activation energy of the reaction, so that more molecules at the same time to participate in the reaction.
Q:What about the chemical reaction of the catalyst if there is no catalyst?
The catalyst used to heat and hold, the material will not react between.
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