SDIC Granular Powder Tablets 7g 10g 20g

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Introduction:

CNBM--SDIC  White powder or grain with chlorine odor . It is a strong oxidant and chlorate agent and can dissolved in water easily . Its aqueous solution assumes weak acidity and the active chlorine in its dry products lose little when it is stored for a long time at the atmospheric temperature .

Specification:

Chemical Name

Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate

Molecular Formula:

C3O3N3HCL2NA

Molecular Weight:

220.96

CAS Number:

2893-78-9

Product

60%

56%

Available chlorine(%,min)

60

56

Moisture content(% max)

5

8

PH Value(1% solution)

6-7

6-7

Particles Size:

Mesh

5~8

8~30

20~40

20~60

Main usage:
this products can effectively kill various germs, fung uses and viruses, specially A&B type hepatitis viruses. It is effective on killing algae, decolorizing cleaning water or bleaching .It can be widely used for epidemic prevention, livestock farming , industry and agriculture.

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SDIC Granular Powder Tablets 7g 10g 20g

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Q:What progress has chemistry brought to our life?
Q:Which of the following statements is not true of a catalyst?
Perky, I doubt that it would be B because everything could be said to be the result of a chemical reaction. I think the answer is C because you could paraphrase it to say; chlorophyll is a substance that does not participate in any chemical reactions, which is of course, not true.
Q:Which chemical reaction is added to the catalyst in order to slow down the reaction
Edible oil added 0.01% to 0.02% gallate n-propyl ester, you can effectively prevent rancidity
Q:what is a catalyst ?
A substance which initiate the rate of chemical reaction without undergoing any change by itself till the end of the reaction.
Q:What is the microcosmic principle of the catalytic reaction in the chemical reaction?
It is actually directly involved in the reaction, but, after the reaction, it has become a product out, the equivalent of no response
Q:Does the catalyst affect the chemical reaction rate constant?
The positive catalyst will increase the constant, negat
Q:Why are enzymes classified as organic catalysts?
A catalyst is a compound that participates in and increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being chemically altered itself. These reactions can be anything from inorganic reactions in fuel cells facilitated by metal catalysts, to the breakdown of glucose in cells by a series of biological catalysts. Biological catalysts operate in biological systems made up of organic molecules (and are made up of organic molecules themselves - mostly carbon)... thus it's logical to think of enzymes as organic catalysts.
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:Why are transition metals more likely to be catalysts?
transition okorder.com/... for ex-- X (one reactant) + catalyst(transition element) ------X.catalyst(intermediate unstable compound) X.catalyst + Y (other reactant) --------XY(product) + catalyst how the change in oxidation state of transition elements helps the reacton through the formation of intermediates may be seen from reaction in between SO2 and O2 to form SO3 in presence of V2O5 ... V2O5 + SO2 ------V2O4 + SO3 2V2O4 + O2 ------2V2O5 in the above reaction vanadium changes its oxidation state from +5 to +4 and again to +5.. another example is reaction in between iodide and persulphate ions in presence of Fe(III) as catalyst... 2I(-) + S2O8(2-) ---------I2 + 2SO4(2-) (Fe(III) is present as catalyst) the reaction is believed to take place as follows: 2Fe(3+) + 2I(-) ------2Fe(2+) + I2 2Fe(2+) + S2O8(2-) ------2Fe(3+) + 2SO4(2-) (3)in number of cases transition elements provide a suitable large surface area with free valencies on which reactants are absorbed ...as a result concentration of reactants on surface of catalysts increases..hence rate of reaction increases...this is known as adsorption theory.... according to adsorption theory : there are free valencies on surface of solid transition metals because of the incomplete d-subshelll.. so the mechanism of catalysis involve followin five steps: (1) diffusion of reactant molecules towards surface of catalyst... (2) adsorption of reactant molecules on surface of catalyst by forming loose bonds with catalyst due to free valencies... (3)occurence of chemical reactions between reactant and catalyst forming an intermediate.. (4)desorption of product molecules from surface due to its lack of affinity for the catalyst surface thereby making the surface free for fresh adsorption of reactant molecules... (5)diffusion of product molecules away from surface of catalyst...
Q:In the catalyst and light conditions to break down the water to get the chemical equation of hydrogen
2H2O = 2H2 ↑ + O2 ↑

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