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Chemical NameN-Oxydiethylene-2-Benzothiazole Sulfenamide
 Molecular formula: C11H12N2S2O
 Molecular Weight:253.35
CAS NO. : 102-77-2 
Executive standardGB/T 8829-2006



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Initial M.P, oC        ≥ 




Loss on drying, %     ≤ 




Ash, %                    ≤ 




Insoluble in Methanol%        ≤




Free amine,%        ≤ 


Purity,%                 ≥ 


Properties: Faint yellow to brown lamellae. 80°C melting point.soluble benzene; carbon tetrachloride; ethyl acetate; ethanol, soluble in dichloromethane; acetone, less petrol, do not dissolve in water. Heating gradual decomposition. 

ApplicationIt'after-effect quick accelerator. Scorching time is longer and the processing safety is good.

Packing: 25kg paper bag inner with PE bag

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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Q:why are catalysts never used up during reactons?
Catalysts facilitate the reaction. They might work in several ways. Here is an example: Catalysts generally react with one or more reactants to form intermediates that subsequently give the final reaction product, in the process regenerating the catalyst. The following is a typical reaction scheme, where C represents the catalyst, X and Y are reactants, and Z is the product of the reaction of X and Y: X + C → XC (1) Y + XC → XYC (2) XYC → CZ (3) CZ → C + Z (4) Although the catalyst is consumed by reaction 1, it is subsequently produced by reaction 4, so for the overall reaction: X + Y → Z They might also just increase the surface area, thus speeding up the reaction. Example: Coke looses its fizz over time if left with the cork unscrewed. This is because the HCO3 is released as CO2. If you drop a menthos into the coke, it explodes with CO2, because the methos is full of tiny dents in the surface (thus giving it a massive surface area). (i blatantly copied the first example from the wiki)
Q:What are the characteristics of the catalyst in the catalytic reaction?
The role of the catalyst in the chemical reaction is to change the rate of chemical reaction, and its own quality and chemical properties do not change.
Q:Carbon dioxide and hydrogen in the catalyst and heating conditions
CO2 + 4H2 = catalyst, heating = 2H2O + CH4
Q:How does the catalyst for organic synthesis look for?
No other, is the test, so I put the pit out of the theory ... ...
Q:Does the catalyst affect the chemical reaction rate constant?
The positive catalyst will increase the constant, negat
Q:What does what does catalyst mean?
Catalyst means an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action Hope this helps.
Q:What is a Catalyst?
Catalyst is a chemical substance which is used in chemical reactions in relatively small amounts to start up or increase the rate of the reaction without being consumed in the process. For example, Sulfuric Acid is used to dehydrate Ethanol to Ethylene. Enzymes in living beings are biological catalysts. Manganese dioxide, used to decompose Hydrogen Peroxide to Oxygen and Water. For detailed answer....
Q:Several experiments were carried out using catalysts
Hydrogen peroxide in the manganese dioxide as a catalyst for decomposition reaction: 2H2O2 == MnO2 == 2H2O + O2 ↑ (laboratory oxygen principle)
Q:What is the catalyst in the end?
You said the chemical catalyst or Ati graphics card catalyst? If the above is enough to explain the above, if it is the latter, that is, the meaning of the graphics card, Ati's graphics drive like a catalyst
Q:Explanation of Catalysts?
Hi Ganah! A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself being used up in the reaction. They lower the activation energy for a reaction and also speed up the rate of the reaction (both in reverse and forward reactions). Let's look at a generic chemical reaction: A + B---C + D C + D---B + E Here, the catalyst is substance B because it is part of the chemical reaction but then it is not used up in the net reaction. See how it seems to be used up in the first step, but by the second step, the catalyst is made once again. The net reaction is A + B--->B + E and you can see how it is not consumed in the reaction. There are also 3 types of catalysts. Heterogeneous catalysts are catalysts that are in different phases than the reactants. An example would be like a reaction between two solids but a liquid is added to speed up the reaction. The liquid is in a different state of matter than the solids but it can still function as a heterogeneous catalyst. Homogeneous catalysts are catalysts that are in the same states of matter as the reactants. An example would then be ethyl acetate reacting with water to form acetic acid and ethanol with an acidic catalyst. They would all be liquids. Lastly, there are enzyme catalysts. These are proteins in your body that speed up biological reactions by reacting with substrates. I hope this helped and good luck with chem!

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