Calcium Hypochlorite Water treatment Powder/Granlar/Tablets

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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:TEN POINTS!! How is the catalyst affected by vinegar?
The catalyst is affected by vinegar because vinegar is acidic meaning there are more H+ ions. This alters the charges on the R groups of the amino acid residues of the enzyme molecule. The bonds that help maintain the conformation of the enzyme molecule which is ionic will therefore, be disrupted and the binding of substrate will be affected. However, if pH is restored to optimum pH, the maximum activity of the enzyme will be restored but this is only if the pH was only altered by a small extent. If pH is altered by a large extent, the conformation of the enzyme molecule will be severely affected causing it to denature. The catalyst is affected by heat because excessive heat disrupts the intermolecular bonds which stabilise the secondary and tertiary structure of an enzyme molecule(the enzyme molecule has a tertiary structure). The enzyme molecule unfolds and the precise shape of the active site is lost. This loss of structure and function is irreversible.
Q:why is palladium/platinum a good catalyst?
Palladium and platinum can form partial bonds with other molecules. By forming these partial bonds, the bond in the actual molecule gets weaker and weaker and hence, the bond becomes easier to break. Let's say for example a hydrogen molecule. There is a single bond between the 2 hydrogen atoms. Platinum/palladium will form partial bonds with the 2 hydrogen atoms. By doing so, the single bond BETWEEN THE 2 HYDROGEN ATOMS gets weaker and weaker. Hence, a smaller amount of energy is needed to break the bond between the 2 hydrogen atoms (the hydrogen molecule). As the amount of energy needed to overcome the bond between the 2 hydrogen atoms gets smaller, we say the activation energy for the reaction has been reduced. Hence, a greater amount of bonds in hydrogen molecules can be broken in a smaller time, and therefore, we say palladium/platinum has catalysed the reaction.
Q:What is a Catalyst?
catalyst is used to speed up the reaction but it does not react itself with reactant and remain unchanged
Q:No one knows the expression of the catalyst and the chemical expression of the acridine
If it is potassium permanganate oxygen, the catalyst is only manganese dioxide, so write on the horizontal line MnO2
Q:Nitrogen and hydrogen in the role of high temperature and pressure catalyst to generate ammonia chemical equation
N2 + 3H2 = catalyst, high temperature and high pressure = 2NH3
Q:The role of catalyst in chemical reactions
The role of the catalyst is to change the reaction required to achieve the activation energy, can reduce the activation energy is called positive catalyst (that is, usually the meaning of the catalyst), to improve the activation energy is negative catalyst
Q:What are the roles of enzymes (protein catalysts) in catalyzing biochemical reactions in the cell.?
Catalysts help shift the equilibrium of a reaction to one that is more favorable. They allow a naturally occurring reaction that may be extremely slow to progress faster or an unfavorable reaction to proceed forward. During the process catalysts are recycled, which means that at the catalyst is the same compound in the beginning and the end of the reaction, although during intermediate steps catalysts can change conformation. Catalysts shift the equilibrium of a reaction by lowering the activation energy of a reaction, which is the energy barrier which must be overcome in order for the reaction to proceed in a desired direction. This can be achieved in several ways such as providing favorable thermodynamic conditions for a reaction or creating intermediates which react more favorably to create the products. Inside the cell a lot of chemical reactions are either too slow to proceed naturally or are simply unfavorable. Catalysts help overcome those barriers. The substrate is the part of the reaction which gets transformed into the products after binding to the active site of the protein.
Q:catalyst and reagents ???
Believe me, nema, there's no way that we chemists know the best catalyst for every reaction. That would be simply impossible. However, from the type of reaction, the reactants, products, reaction conditions, solvents, etc. and from one's experience and the literature (papers and patents) one can get a good idea for most reactions of the type of catalyst that has worked for similar systems. One then starts off with a catalyst from the literature and modifies or changes it if improvement is needed based on chemical principles that one learns. There are also some theoretical calculations that can be made. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't :) If it is an industrially important process like the Haber process for making ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas, there may be thousands of catalysts which have been tried and evaluated. New minor improvements are being made every day. When a company does find a very good catalyst for an important reaction, often they keep it a trade secret. The good catalyst can make a huge difference in how commercially successful a particular process is. That's a large part of what chemical engineers do. You may never know if you have the best catalyst. The most you can hope for is one that is good enough. So it's a few parts personal knowledge, a few parts literature, a couple of parts theory, a lot of experimentation and often, more than not, a little luck. :)
Q:What is the difference between biological and chemical catalysts?
Biological catalysis involves an enzyme usually working in conjunction with a co-enzyme. These enzyme/co-enzyme systems are highly specific and are usually only effective for one reaction. Catalysis of non biological reactions is usually much more general and any one catalyst will be effective in many reactions.
Q:Chemistry why the catalyst can be equal to speed up the positive reaction rate
Since the catalyst only changes the activation energy and the amount of reactivity can be reduced, the amount of reaction energy is also reduced. Therefore, a positive catalyst is also a good catalyst for its reaction. Speed up the same multiple.

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