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:catalyst..........?
Sort of. If the reaction is under aqueous conditions (any water is included in the reaction), then yes, H+ = H3O+. This is because free protons present (H+) will be coordinated generally to molecules of water [thus H2O + H+ =H3O+ ]. But there are reaction conditions where water is not present, but an acid catalyst is still possible. In these cases, the acid catalyst may frequently be indicated as simply H+. Either way, the function in most of your reaction mechanisms is basically the same, whether indicated as H+ or H3O+ -- and that's to protonate molecules (Lewis or Bronsted bases) with H+. Concentrated sulfuric acid would be an example of a mostly-anhydrous (no water) strong proton/acid source (H+). Hydrochloric acid (HCl) frequently is available as an aqueous solution, even concentrated HCl is an aqueous solution of HCl. HCl itself is a gas under ambient conditions... but it has solubility in water and thus is conveniently sold frequently as an aqueous solution (which could be represented as H3O+)
Q:What progress has chemistry brought to our life?
Q:Chemical catalyst system baa?
Catalyst is divided into inorganic catalyst and organic catalyst organic reaction generally need more catalyst, such as concentrated sulfuric acid
Q:what is a catalyst?
A catalyst is a substance that increase the rate of chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical changeb
Q:Effect of Catalyst on Chemical Reaction Rate
The catalyst can reduce the activation energy of the chemical reaction and allow the reaction to take a shortcut
Q:In the catalyst and light conditions to break down the water to get the chemical equation of hydrogen
2H2O = (light or catalyst) 2H2 ↑ + O2 ↑
Q:What are the methods of catalyst characterization?
Chemical means, according to the different detection methods, methods are different, but is to explain the chemical properties, chemical structure characteristics.
Q:What is a catalyst/catalase? help?
an enzyme that decomposes hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water.a substance that causes or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected. To put thing simply, a catalyst is any substance that speeds up a chemical reaction. These can be natural or manmade. Catalase is actually a specific type of naturally-occuring catalyst, an enzyme in cells that decomposes hydrogen peroxide (Which is extremely toxic to life!) into harmless components. Catalase enzymes are highly concentrated in the aptly named cell organelles known as peroxisomes. Just remember- if the word ends in -ase, it's a type of enzyme! :) Hope this information helps!
Q:Question about catalysts and their function.?
Catalysts, as enzymes, only change the activation energy (the energy the compound needs to gain to transform into products), they don't change the Gibbs energy values of reactants nor products. Therefore, if the delta G of the reaction is positive, it'll still need free energy to complete. They make a reaction complete faster than in normal conditions, but don't change the actual possibility for that reaction to happen. In the human body, a lot of reactions of catabolism have a positive G value and these reactions needs to get energy from other coupled reactions that have a negative value, so the total value is still negative. Many of them use hydrolysis of ATP to provide that energy, as its hydrolysis is about -30 kJ/mol in physiological conditions. I don't know what class you're in to ask this question, so can't really know if this answer is too simple or complicated for u... sorry in advance! Joël
Q:Chemistry why the catalyst can be equal to speed up the positive reaction rate
Since the catalyst only changes the activation energy and the amount of reactivity can be reduced, the amount of reaction energy is also reduced. Therefore, a positive catalyst is also a good catalyst for its reaction. Speed up the same multiple.

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