Calcium Hypochlorite Powder Second Grade

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Product Description:

Calcium Hypochlorite

Introduction:

CNBM GROUP is the biggest water Treatment Factory in China. Our Product include: Calcium Hypochlorite, TCCA, SDIC, PAC, Sodium Sulphite, Sodium Thiosulfate etc.

CNBM One year can produce 18,000MT Calcium Hypochlorite with two model, one is 65% and one is 70%. More important we have 3 advantages, Firstly: High effective chlorine content Secondly: Good stability. Can be stored a long time at normal temperature with little chlorine loss; Third:Good solubility, less water-insoluble matters.

Technical Specifications:

Calcium Hypochlorite 65%

Index Name

Top Grade

First Grade

Chlorine Content ≥

65%

60%

Moisture ≤

3%

3%

Yearly Loss of Active Chlorine

8%

8%

Calcium Chloride

9%

10%

Color

White or Light-grey

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Shape

Power & Granular

Calcium Hypochlorite 70%

Index Name

Top Grade

First Grade

Quality Product

Chlorine Content

70%

67%

65%

Granularity(14-50 mesh)%

90

87

87

Moisture %

5.5~10

Tablets Forms

Weight

200

gram

150gram

100gram

50gram

30gram

20gram

15gram

10gram

Diameter(mm)

76

70

50

42

30

30

30

30

Height(mm)

25

21

26

27

22

16

12

8

Applications:
1. For bleaching purpose of wood pulp, silk, cloth and fibre.
2. Disinfection and water-treatment.
3. Disinfectant for chemical poisonous and radioactive substance.

Formula Experiment Design:  (Base on 1MT Water)

Constitue                      Dosage

Calcium Hypochlorite 65%       100kg

Disinfection Liquid 1%   Calcium Hypochlorite 65% 1.7g  

Shipping Containers:

45—50kg Plastic or Steel Drums with Inner Plastic Bag.

Cautions
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.

Other Information please check the MSDS.


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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:What are the catalysts that appear in the chemistry experiment?
Hydrogen peroxide, manganese dioxide
Q:Chemical common sense about the catalyst
Has a large surface area, is the reactants and catalyst contact more fully, improve the catalytic effect
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:Is there a catalyst for a chemical reaction?
There may be many, but some of the catalytic effect of the catalyst is good, and perhaps some of the catalyst has not been found
Q:Brief introduction of enzyme as biocatalyst and general chemical catalyst and its personality
enzyme inactivation (4) enzyme activity can be timely and effective regulation (5) the role of the enzyme conditions are more moderate (6) most of the enzyme (1) the catalytic efficiency is very high (2) Of the catalytic activity is often associated with coenzymes, auxiliary or metal ions, and some enzyme activity also need RNA as a cofactor Caixing, such as telomerase
Q:What is the difference between an enzyme catalyst in a living body and a catalyst in chemistry?
enzyme susceptibility inactivation Chemical catalyst under certain conditions, due to poisoning and loss of catalytic capacity; and enzyme than the chemical catalyst is more fragile, more volatile activity. Any factor that makes the protein degenerate (to strengthen the acid, alkali, high temperature, etc.), can make the enzyme completely lost activity.
Q:What is the nature of the chemical catalyst?
Catalyst is the chemical reaction can change the reaction rate of other substances, and its own quality and chemical properties in the chemical reaction before and after the material has not changed Some catalyst can really slow down the reaction rate, the book said only refers to the usual circumstances , In general, junior high school and high school teaching into the do not do special instructions are understood to speed up the reaction rate. It is only necessary to know that the catalyst is not only used to speed up the reaction rate. Once the reversible reaction reaches equilibrium, adding the catalyst does not break the balance, but at the same time accelerates the forward and reverse reaction rates. The degree of acceleration is the same.
Q:Effect of catalysts on reaction rate??
A catalyst provides an alternative route for the reaction, (maybe more steps than previously), but each step having a lower activation energy than the original uncatalysed reaction. This means that although there will be the same number of collisions per second (if the reaction is performed at the same temperature as before), a greater fraction of those collisions will result in a reaction - so there will be more reactions per second. In the case of a heterogeneous catalyst - e.g. a solid surface the change is that the first step is a bond to the surface which waekens some of the bonds in the reactants - again making a greater fraction of reactions result in reaction.
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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