Seawater Chlorinator System/sodium hypochlorite producing system

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Sodium Hypochlorite

CAS NO: 7681-52-9

Chemical Formula: NaClO

Molecular Weight: 74.44

Appearance: Yellow transparent Liquid

Standard: HG/T2498-1993


Specification:

Available Chlorine: 8%-16%

NaOH: 1% Max


Transportation Info:

Class: 8    UN NO: 1791    PG:III


Application:

Disinfection for swimming pool, drinking water, cooling tower and sewage and waste water, food, and farming, hospital, school, station and household etc

Good bleaching and oxidation in paper and dye industry.


Normal Packing: 30kg drum, 1200kg IBC Tank

Seawater Chlorinator System/sodium hypochlorite producing system

Solid  Sodium Hypochlorit
1) Solid Sodium Hypochlorit is white or light yellow green, crystalline, alkaline, lightly absorptve humidity and easily solvable in water and alcohol. 

2) Solid Sodium Hypochlorit is an oxidizng agent with high efficiency and an excellent bleaching ingredent, its afficiency is aqual to 10 times of bleaching powder. 
3) Solid Sodium Hypochlorit is stable when stored under room tenperature or normal condition, its stability is bigger than sodiun hypochlorite and smaller than sodium chlorate. 
4) When mixed solid sodium chlorite and alkaline solution are heated over 70 centigrade, it resoves chlorine hydrogen. 
5) Solid Sodium Hypochlorit is easily explosive, buring or poisinous when met, , bumped or rubbed with wooden bits, organic substance and reeductive substance. 


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Q:Characteristics and types of catalysts?
Catalysts don't undergo any change. and types of catalysts - 1) Homogeneous Catalysts ( Having same phase that of reactant, product i.e. reactant and product and catalysts all are either liquid or gas or solid.). 2) Hetrogenrous Catalysts (Different Phase than that of reactant and product. 3) Autocatalysts (reaction proceed catalysed as product is formed or product catalyse the reaction.)
Q:explain how a catalyst can affect the rate of reaction but not be in the overall equation.?
a catalyst is a substance that speeds up the rate of reactions that would already happen (the reactions are spontaneous) but would take a long long time to occur. Every reaction proceeds from a level of high energy to a lower level of energy, but in order to start going downhill you need to get up, in affect getting more energy than the reactants have now. This is because the transition state, or what the reactnat/product is in the middle of the reaction, is less stable and requires more energy than the reactants. Catalysts lower the extra energy needed (called activation energy) to a level that the reactants already have, and the reaction occurs.
Q:Chemical common sense about the catalyst
Chemical reactions are generally contact reaction, of course, the more contact with the faster response, pore structure is to increase the contact area
Q:The chemical equation of heating reaction of benzene and hydrogen under the action of catalyst
C6H6 benzene + 3H2 - (arrow) C6H12 cyclohexane (Ni catalytic heating)
Q:How does the catalyst generally add to the organic chemical reaction?
In the case of heterogeneous catalysis, the specific surface of the catalyst, in addition to the activity of the catalyst, is an important factor in determining the reaction rate, which means that the specific surface for catalysis is large and the reaction is as fast as the whole. So the overall principle in understanding the activity of the premise of the catalyst, would like to quickly add a little more.
Q:Comparison of biocatalysts with chemical catalysts!
biocatalyst activity is adjustable, can be subject to hormones and other active regulation of hormones.
Q:Why are enzymes classified as organic catalysts?
Enzymes Are Classified As
Q:What is the standard for the storage of flammable and explosive chemicals now?
First, the basic requirements of classification of storage Dangerous goods, variety, complex performance, storage, in accordance with the zoning, classification, sub-section of the principle of special storage, set the number, set the number of fixed warehouses, fixed staff (four) custody. Small warehouses should be classified, divided, sub-stack storage, the performance of each other, fire fighting different items, dangerous dangerous goods and other general dangerous goods, should be stored separately.
Q:Which chemical reaction is added to the catalyst in order to slow down the reaction
CaC2 and water reaction to ethylene plus salt water (slow chemical reaction rate)
Q:How are a catalyst and an intermediate similar? How are they different?
A catalyst speeds up the rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy barrier which is, presumably, the energy required to achieve the reaction intermediate. Catalysts are also not consumed in the reaction, they are regenerated towards the end. A reaction intermediate is a configuration that a molecule takes prior to achieving it's lowest energy form which would signify the end of the reaction. Intermediate usually are hard to isolate because of the incentive to go to the most stable configuration. How are they different? A catalyst is not a part of the reaction product and it doesn't get consumed. An intermediate in a reaction is transformed into the product. How are they similar? Well, catalysts drive the reaction and make it easier for the reaction for follow through. Since intermediates are high energy and thermodynamics tells us that low energy is favorable, the incentive for a high energy intermediate to drive down to it's stable for can also drive a reaction. I hope that helps. I hope it makes sense.

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