CAS NO: 7681-52-9
Chemical Formula: NaClO
Molecular Weight: 74.44
Appearance: Yellow transparent Liquid
Available Chlorine: 8%-16%
NaOH: 1% Max
Class: 8 UN NO: 1791 PG:III
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
Bleaching powder, Hypochlorous Acid, Calcium Salt; Losantin; Calcium Hypochloride; Chlorinated lime.
Appearance white or light-grey power,granule, mixed,tablet
Yearly Loss of Chlorine:
Calcium Chloride :
Normally in plastic or steel drums lined with inner per bag of 45-50kg II class net each .Can be adaptable in terms of various requirements.
QUANTITY PER CONTAINER:
20MTS/20’FCL(NON-PALLETIZED) for ocean shipping;
50MTS/WAGON(NON-PALLETIZED) for train shipping;
HANDLING & STORAGE:
1)Should be stored in cool and dry warehouse away from heating sources and avoid direct sunlight.
2) In transportation, contact with such should be avoided as sunlight, heating, moisture, organics, oil and acids.
How to handle in case of leakage: Collect in time and seal properly.
Measures in case of emergency: Wash with thin soda water or diluted ammonia
water in case of skin-burning.
Fire Extinguishing Methods: Sand, CO2 foam can be used. Sulphate
extinguisher is forbidden.
1. For bleaching purpose of wood pulp, silk, cloth and fibre.
2. Disinfection and water-treatment.
3. Disinfectan for chemical poisonous and radiative substance.
- Q:The catalyst can change the chemical reaction process, why is it wrong?
- Can not change the chemical reaction process, just change the reaction rate only
- Q:Name one case in which catalyst poisoning is useful?
- alkynes can react with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst such as palladium to form alkanes, if they catalyst is poisoned you can produce alkenes instead
- Q:What is the catalyst called?
- There are three types of catalysts, which are homogeneous catalysts, heterogeneous catalysts and biocatalysts
- Q:Exemplify the use of green catalysts in green chemistry
- Photocatalytic water generates oxygen and hydrogen
- Q:How to write a catalyst main character?
- Ways to be a catalyst: By his behaviour: - He is a good listener. People use him as a sounding board and make important decisions as a result. - He is indiscreet and inadvertently reveals people's secrets and back-sniping comments. - He is a ****-stirring gossip. - He is a home-wrecking Lothario. - He is wise and gives good advice. - He is a hooligan who ruins businesses with vandalism, costs people their jobs and ruins relationships by beating people up. - He is a manipulative, blackmailing bastard who tries to turn every woman into a prostitute and con every man out of his money. - He is a charlatan who preaches nonsense about religion, health and business investments. By effortlessly influencing other people's behaviour: - He is famous and people try to impress him wherever he goes. - He has cancer or a disabling war wound. People admire and pity him and are shocked by his PTs mood wings. - He is gay, Muslim or a suspected paedophile and people want to persecute or cure him. - He is destitute. People argue amongst themselves over whether it's because he's lazy, has bad karma or there but for the grace of God go I. - He really looks like Jesus, Buddha or Santa and the sight of him makes people contemplate their Humanist values, coming to various conclusions. Perhaps you can write about his reputation; how he earned it, how it precedes him and provokes prejudices that he sometimes confirms or disproves. Use a detached, omniscient God-narrator. (Pretend Morgan Freeman's reading the audiobook.) Alternatively perhaps he is not a catalyst but a neurotic voyeur, fascinated by the minutiae of other people's lives so that the mundane appears tumultuous. He is not influencing people but your account of the changes in people's lives are centred on his observation of them.
- Q:What reactions need catalysts?
- Reactions that have high Activation Energy need catalysts to speed up reactions. These reactions aren't spontaneous since the reactants do not have enough energy to overcome the activation energy barrier. Catalysts are compounds that speed up reactions by providing an alternative pathway for the reaction. It is a common misconception that catalysts lower the activation energy. It doesn't actually lower the activation energy, instead it provides an alternative pathway with lower activation energy. For example, breakdown of hydrogen peroxide happens in nature but, relatively slowly. When you add a little bit of manganese dioxide, the breakdown happens a lot faster. Another example is, breakdown of glucose in the body. It is facilitated by an enzyme called amylase (or carbohydrase). An industrial example is the use of vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) in the Contact process, where SO2 is converted to SO3 in the presence of V2O5. Hope that helps!
- Q:High school chemistry, catalyst activation energy map
- Catalytic reaction is the reaction of the first reaction with the catalyst or attached to the catalyst to form intermediates, and then further reaction to produce products and catalysts, so the amount of catalyst in theory is the same! The activation of these two processes can be reduced! So there will be two peaks! Can be simplified as a peak!
- Q:Why are transition metals more likely to be catalysts?
- there are so much catalysts made up of transition metals. because one of the characteristics of transition metals is can be made to catalyst. one of the catalyst that is mostly used is iron fillings which is used as catalyst to make ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas.
- Q:What is a catalyst?
- The catalyst itself reduces the energy barrier (Ea, activation energy) of the chemical reaction, making the reaction easier.
- Q:Explanation of Catalysts?
- A catalyst increases the rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy. Activation energy is the energy required to make the reactants form the products. If the activation energy is lower the reaction takes place faster and more easily. Also catalysts are not used up during the reaction.
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