Superior Quality Different Models N220/N330/N550/N660 Pigment Carbon Black

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Carbon Black
2.Used as rubber reinforcing agent
3.Competitive price,Fast delivery
4.SGS/BV/ISO Cert.

Superior Quality Different Models N220/N330/N550/N660 Pigment Carbon Black

Carbon Black Introduction

We manufacture the black canton series or superior-wear resistance(N200), resistance(N300),quick-press(N500),and common(N600) of dry process and wet process maily applied to various rubber products and PVC plastic.

Carbon Black Specification






Iodine Absorption Value,g/kg





DBP Absorption Value,10-5m³/kg





DBP Absorption of Compressed sample,10-5m³/kg





CTAB Absorption Area,103m2/kg





Adsorptive Specific Surface Area of Nitrogen, 103m2/kg





Nitrogen Absorption Surface Area, 103m2/kg





Tint Intensity, %





Decrement After Heating,%≤





Ash, %≤





45µm Sieve Residue, %≤





150µm Sieve Residue, %≤










300% Stretching Stress, Mpa≥





Carbon Black Applacation

Carbon Black is Mainly used for tungsten carbide as raw material carbonization , also can be used for carbonization , electronic , fine ceramics and raw materials for solar-grade silicon ,metallurgical reductant.

Carbon Black Packaging

20kg knitting bags top grade liner film, good properties of waterproof and avoid water, solarization.

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Q:What are the differences between biological catalysts and chemical catalysts?
Biochemical Catalyst
Q:On the issue of chemical reaction catalyst
The definition of a chemical reaction rate in a chemical reaction can be changed (accelerated or slowed down) in a chemical reaction, and the quality and chemical properties of the substance itself are not catalyzed before and after the reaction (which will change during the reaction) Also known as catalyst. Its physical properties may change, for example, MnO2 in the catalytic potassium chlorate to generate potassium chloride and oxygen before and after the reaction from the block into a powder. There is also a saying that the catalyst reacts first with one of the reactants and then the two products continue to undergo a new chemical reaction under the original conditions and the reaction conditions of the catalyst reaction product are more favorable than the reaction conditions of the original reactants Changed.
Q:why are enzymes called catalysts?
A catalyst is any substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without otherwise changing the outcome of the reaction. Catalysts do this by lowering a reaction's activation energy (which is the energy barrier that must be overcome before the reaction can proceed spontaneously). Catalysts are not permanently changed by the reactions they catalyze, so one catalyst could reasonably catalyze the same reaction many times over. Enzymes are biological catalysts because they lower the activation energy of metabolic reactions (and therefore increase their rate). Every enzyme has an active site that is specific for a particular substrate, or for a small related group of substrates. When the correct substrate binds to the active site, the enzyme catalyzes a particular reaction and releases new products. Substrates that don't match the shape of the enzyme's active site usually won't be affected by the enzyme. Enzymes are proteins, which are in turn polymers of amino acids. The sequence of amino acids in an enzyme, as well as the three-dimensional structure of the polypeptide chain, are essential for determining the enzyme's functionality. I hope that helps. Good luck!
Q:Why are there so many catalysts?
Many important chemical reactions require inputs of energy to proceed. If a catalyst is present less energy will be required to complete the reaction. Catalysts are substances that are mixed in with materials that are to be reacted, but they themselves do not, in the end, change chemically. They establish a local environment that promotes one or more chemical reactions to take place. A catalyst is important in many industrial processes. Sulfuric acid, which is used to produce batteries, detergents, dyes, explosives, plastics, and many other produces, is commonly produced using a catalyst called vanadium oxide. Ammonia, a primary component of many fertilizers, could not be produced economically without the use of iron oxide which speed up the reaction. The process of catalyst also affects the state of our global environment. Automobiles use catalytic converters to treat exhaust. The metals platinum and palladium facilitate the chemical conversion of noxious gases to more inert forms, greatly decreasing the environmental impact of combustion engines. Probably the most important impact of catalyst is on life itself. All important biochemical reactions are catalyzed by molecules called enzymes. Most enzymes are proteins which catalyze specific reactions within cells. Some examples include polymerases, which synthesize DNS and RNA, peptidases, which digest protein, and ATP synthases, which produce energy for the many different cell activities.
Q:Does the catalyst affect the chemical reaction rate constant?
The catalyst will change the rate constant
Q:What happens to this catalyst ?
Only a catalyst? Poor catalyst. Catalysts get very little respect. Folks assume that catalysts don' do anything, yet they magically speed up a reaction without taking part in the reaction. That just isn't the case. Most chemical reactions take place in multiple steps. A catalyst can be a reactant in one step and a product in s subsequent step, thereby giving the impression that it did not react. The catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction by providing an alternate reaction pathway which has a lower activation energy. The lower activation energy means that more molecules will have the energy required to react, and the rate will be greater. So the bottom line is that the catalyst will have appeared not to have reacted, and returns to its original state.
Q:Name 3 everyday catalysts?
Hello ; Chemical catalysts are substances that increase the rate of reaction (while remaining themselves chemically unchanged: Polyethylene, the polymer used to make everything from: 1. garbage bags and 2. grocery bags, to 3. squeezable bottles, to 4. cable insulation, is made by passing ethylene gas over a catalyst. Most other polymers are made in the same (or similar) way. Synthetic rubber, nylon, polyester, PVC, teflon, etc. It's not hard to think of 10 uses for these catalyst-produced materials alone... e.g. : 5. rain coats 6. pantyhose 7. water pipes 8. bouncy balls 9. non-stick surfaces and pads 10. saran wrap 11. food containers 12. cell-phone and laptop cases 13. cheap wigs 14. fishing line... 15. Enzymes are Biological catalysts: 16. beer and 17. bread are typically made with yeast, a living organism containing enzymes I hope this helps!
Q:Chemistry is often said that the catalyst can change the material reaction rate
Rate refers to: the amount of time in the unit reaction, and speed, and the speed simply refers to the speed
Q:role of catalyst?
Catalysts are used to increase the rate of chemical reactions.
Q:Chemical questions: "CO2 and H2 in the catalyst conditions have a reaction
CO2 + H2 = CO + H2O (conditions: catalyst, generally already heating, and reversible)

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