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: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:Catalyst for Fuel cell car?
- Q:what is metallocene catalyst technology?
- Metallocene catalyst A transition-metal atom sandwiched between ring structures having a well-defined single catalytic site and well-understood molecular structure used to produce uniform polyolefins with unique structures and physical properties. See also Catalysis; Coordination chemistry; Coordination complexes; Metallocenes; Organometallic compound. In the early 1980s, W. Kaminsky discovered that an appropriate co-catalyst activated metallocene compounds of group 4 metals, that is, titanium, zirconium, and hafnium, for alpha-olefin polymerization, attracting industrial interest. This observation led to the synthesis of a great number of metallocene compounds for the production of polymers already made industrially, such as polyethylene and polypropylene, and new materials. Polymers produced with metallocene catalysts represent a small fraction of the entire polyolefin market, but experts agree that such a fraction will increase rapidly in the future. See also Polymer; Polymerization; Polyolefin resins.
- Q:Why are acids and bases good catalysts?
- A catalyst is a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction by providing an alternate reaction pathway with a lower activation energy. Catalysts appear not to take part in the reaction. Frequently, catalysts are not very reactive. Acids and bases, on the other hand, are very reactive. Acids (as H+) and bases ( as OH-) sometimes function as catalysts in some organic reactions. They appear to be catalysts because in the course of the mechanism H+ or OH- is regenerated.
- Q:catalyst question?
- The purpose of a catalyst is to provide an alternate pathway for a reaction to proceed, often one with a lower activation energy, such that the reaction will generally proceed faster. The key to catalysts if they they are NOT consumed by the reaction in the end (they may be consumed in an intermediary step, but if so, a subsequent step will recreate the catalyst). In other words, catalysts do not actually participate in the reaction, so they may be reused when the reaction has completed.
- Q:In chemistry what is a catalyst and an example?
- Catalysts are substances that increase the rate of a reaction by providing a low energy shortcut from reactants to products. In some cases, reactions occur so slowly that without a catalyst, they are of little value. Nearly all reactions that occur in living cells require catalysts called enzymes- without them, life would be impossible. There are two important classes of catalysts: homogenous catalysts like enzymes and aqueous ions that are uniformly mixed with the reactants, and heterogeneous catalysts that provide a surface that holds and reconfigures the reactants in a way that is favorable for reaction. Examples of homogeneous catalysis. Catalysts in solution with the reactants usually provide fast reaction paths by allowing reactants to form an unstable intermediate that quickly decomposes into products. For example, the substitution reaction CH3CH2OH(g) + HCl(g) H2SO4 ----->CH3CH2Cl + H2O(ell) is catalyzed by acid because the ethanol is converted into unstable CH3CH2OH2+, which quickly reacts with Cl- to produce the products. Definition: A catalyst is a subtance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction by reducing the activation energy, but which is left unchanged by the reaction. Examples: A piece of platinum foil is a catalyst for the combustion of methane in air.
- Q:High school stage chemical catalyst
- Iron, manganese dioxide, mainly metal and its oxides.
- Q:How the catalyst accelerates the chemical reaction
- The effect of the catalyst on the rate of reaction and the effect of temperature on the reaction rate is fundamentally different. The catalyst can change the route of the reaction, reduce the activation energy of the reaction, increase the percentage of activated molecules in the reactants and increase the reaction rate.
- Q:Chemistry is often said that the catalyst can change the material reaction rate
- The rate is related to the concentration of matter, the velocity is physically, is the vector, has the direction
- Q:Biology Question - Catalysts?
- Organic or Inorganic - the catalyst (enzyme) must be organic to be found in the cell. Catalysts speed up chemical reactions inside a cell and must therefore be organic to be a functioning part of the cell. Reusable - There are so many reactions that catalysts are involved in that it would be a waste for the cell if a catalyst could only last one reaction, especially if there are inhibitors and competition for the active site. Catalysts must be reusable in order to keep the cell functioning. Catalysts always remain unchanged after a reaction. HIihly Specific - Catalysts are only made to catalyze one specific chemical reaction. Their active site has proteins bonded in such a way that only certain elements can enter the active site and H bond with those proteins. The fact that they are highly specific maximizes the productiveness of the cell. And it ensures that the cell only has catalysts to reactions that it needs to be completed. It also ensures that the elements are correctly bonded with eachother. If any two elements could enter the active site, there is no guarantee that the correct product will be produced. Catalysts and Enzymes must be super highly specific in order to properly function. Lowers Activation Energy - The more energy a cell has to spend to catalye a reaction, the worse it is for the cell and the less ATP is has for other reactions. Catalyts hold the substrates together so there is less energy that is needed to have the two substrates react with eachother. Activation Energy is the energy that is needed to start a reaction. So the less energy used by the cell for reactions, the better for the cell. Hope this helps
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