Environmentally Frendly Plasticizer DEDB

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     Polyol Benzoate (DEDB) is colorless or pale yellow transparent oily liquid, water-insoluble, soluble in aromatic hydrocarbons, ketones and ethers, and has good compatibility withpolyvinyl chloride, ethylene - vinyl acetate copolymer, poly vinyl acetate, polymethylmethacrylate, polyvinylbutyral, nitrocellulose, and ethyl cellulose, etc.

Product application:

       Polyol Benzoate(DEDB) is an environmentally friendly plasticizer with the characteristics of strong solubility, good compatibility, low volatility,resistant to oil, water, light, pollution etc. It is suitable for processing PVC flooring material, plastisol, artificial leather, cable material, soft and hard pipe, shoes material, rubber strips, synthetic rubber, and paint, printing ink, etc. It has a better plasticized effect if it is used together withDOP or DBP, and has greatly achieved the purpose of reducing cost .

Product quality index

Item

First grade

Second grade

Chroma(APHA)                    

50

60

Ester %                           

99.5

90.0

Density(20°C)g/ 

1.120-1.126

1.172-1.78

Acidity(as benzene dicarbonic acid) %   

0.01

0.02

Flash Point °C                     

195

192

Loss on heat(125°C,2 hours)%         ≤

0.3

0.5

Chroma after heat treatment

80

100

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1. Direct producer with 15 years experience 
2. ISO9001:2000 
3. High quality, lower price and best service 
4. New plasticizer 

PackagingIBM, net weight: 1000 kg.

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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:what is a catalysts and how can they be useful?
A catalyst is a substance that speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction with itself being chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction. They are useful as they help to lower the minimum amount of energy needed ( also known as activation energy) to start the reaction. Hence, by lowering the activation energy of the reaction, they help to speed up the rate of reaction. For example, in the Haber process for the manufacture of ammonia, the catalyst iron is added to speed up the rate of reaction between hydrogen gas and nitrogen gas. Otherwise, the reaction would have proceeded much more slowly. Another example is the catalyst nickel used in the manufacture of margarine and vanadium (V) oxide for manufacturing sulfuric acid. As catalyst remain chemically unchanged after a reaction, they can be reused again and hence, they are required in minute amounts. An example is the washing powder used in washing clothes, they help to remove food stains by digesting the proteins in food. They can be reused after each reaction and hence, you do not need to add in the whole packet of washing powder but only a few spoonful.
Q:What is the maximum impact of the chemical reaction rate?
The catalyst certainly affects the most
Q:What is the difference between the conditions in the iron as a catalyst can not be reacted with toluene to produce tribromotoluene?
The concentrated bromine water is a bromine aqueous solution and the liquid bromine is pure bromine. Only liquid bromine can produce tribromotoluene, and to add iron powder as a catalyst, and the main production is to lead bromotoluene and p-bromotoluene, tribromotoluene this content is very small.
Q:Write a chemical formula in a chemical laboratory without the use of a catalyst for oxygen
2KMnO4 = Δ = K2MnO4 + MnO2 + O2 ↑
Q:give an example of how a catalysts speeds up the rate of reaction?? thank you!!?
I like the hydrogen peroxide answer, but I just ran out of MnO2 at my house, I guess I will just have to pour some H2O2 into the small cut I have. The bubbles you see are oxygen gas which is formed by the decomposition of the H2O2 catalyzed by the peroxidase enzyme in your blood.
Q:can you guys help me by listing all the catalysts?
A catalyst is a substance which alters the rate of a chemical reaction but is chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction there are well some of em are 2,2'-Bis(2-indenyl) biphenyl Adams' catalyst Band 3 Cerium(IV) oxide Copper(II) acetate Copper(II) hydroxide Cyclooctadiene rhodium chloride dimer 4-Dimethylaminopyridine Enzyme engineering Faujasite Frustrated Lewis pair Grubbs' catalyst Hopcalite Incipient Wetness Impregnation Lanthanide triflates Lindlar catalyst Mesoporous silicates Methylaluminoxane NOBIN Nickel(III) oxide Noxer block Palladium on carbon Phase transfer catalyst Platinum Polyoxometalate P cont. Post-metallocene catalyst 2-Pyridone Pyrotol catalyst Raney nickel Ribozyme Tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)palladium(... Tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)platinum(0... Triazabicyclodecene Tris(dibenzylideneacetone)dipalladium(... Trost ligand Vanadium(V) oxide Wilkinson's catalyst Ziegler-Natta catalyst
Q:High school stage which organic chemical reactions do not use catalyst
Aldehyde and silver ammonia solution reaction, and the new system of Cu (OH) 2 reaction.
Q:What is the standard for the storage of flammable and explosive chemicals now?
First, the basic requirements of classification of storage Dangerous goods, variety, complex performance, storage, in accordance with the zoning, classification, sub-section of the principle of special storage, set the number, set the number of fixed warehouses, fixed staff (four) custody. Small warehouses should be classified, divided, sub-stack storage, the performance of each other, fire fighting different items, dangerous dangerous goods and other general dangerous goods, should be stored separately.
Q:Palladium is the main catalyst in chemistry?
Palladium in the chemical mainly to do the catalyst; palladium and ruthenium, iridium, silver, gold, copper and other alloy, can improve the palladium resistivity, hardness and strength, used in the manufacture of precision resistors, jewelry and so on. While the most common and most commercially available palladium jewelery is palladium.

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