Industrial Inorganic Salt Solid Sodium Hypochlorite Plant Quality

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Sodium Hypochlorite

CAS NO: 7681-52-9

Chemical Formula: NaClO

Molecular Weight: 74.44

Appearance: Yellow transparent Liquid

Standard: HG/T2498-1993


Available Chlorine: 8%-16%

NaOH: 1% Max

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Class: 8    UN NO: 1791    PG:III

Industrial Inorganic Salt Solid Sodium Hypochlorite Plant Quality


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

80% powder,90% granular 50kg Drum
25%,31% liquid 1250kg IBC drum or 250kg PVC drum 


Molecular Formula: NaClO2
Molecular Weight: 90.45
CAS NO: 7758-19-2
Character: white,or pale yellow powder

































Production PropertyThis product has high content and stability, can easily dissolve in water, and has difficult hardpan. It is an oxidizing agent with high efficiency and an excellent bleaching reagent. The pure sodium chlorite is equal to 10 times of bleaching powder. The more important characteristic is that it has the moderate ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential)


Application: Sodium chlorite is a kind of latest, efficient bleacher and bactericide. Previously, it is applied to bleach flax, cotton, fibres, textiles etc. Sodium Chlorite has been expanding its using fields with the running raise of people's concept, especially the further application of the fourth generation disinfectant (ClO2) on medicine and health, food-processing, aquaculture, drinking water disinfection, industry water treatment, dry flower procedure and so on.

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Q:Characteristics and types of catalysts?
Catalysts don't undergo any change. and types of catalysts - 1) Homogeneous Catalysts ( Having same phase that of reactant, product i.e. reactant and product and catalysts all are either liquid or gas or solid.). 2) Hetrogenrous Catalysts (Different Phase than that of reactant and product. 3) Autocatalysts (reaction proceed catalysed as product is formed or product catalyse the reaction.)
Q:catalysts used in the industry :D?
i will tell you the hydrogen and carbonmonixide production in indsutry they will use alumina based nickel catalyst for adsorption of gases, at high temperature it will breaks as small molecules like hydrogen, co2, co,ch4, after they will separate them using carbon molecular seives as catalyst. another catalyst for hydrogenation of double bond is copper chromate for sulphur removal from disel and petrol they will use COMOX ( copper and molybdinum catalyst ) after then pass through zinc sulfide with hydrogen gas , the sulfur will removed as a hydrogen sulfide.
Q:Chemical reactions in the presence of impurities will cause catalyst poisoning
Catalyst in use will be due to various factors and loss of activity, one of the important factors is poisoning. There are several possible reasons for the poisoning of the catalyst. The small amount of impurities contained in the original branch, or the strong adsorption (mostly chemical adsorption), or the chemical center of the active center, So that active center poisoning. In addition, there may be such poisons in the reaction product; in the preparation of the catalyst, the impurities contained in the carrier interact with the active component and may also poison the active center.
Q:Why are catalysts so effective in small amounts?
By definition, catalysts serve to accelerate certain chemical reactions, by lowering the activation energy required for them to proceed. They are not consumed by the reaction, which is why they are effective in small amounts.
Q:The chemical equation of heating reaction of benzene and hydrogen under the action of catalyst
C6H6 benzene + 3H2 - (arrow) C6H12 cyclohexane (Ni catalytic heating)
Q:Why are transition metals more likely to be catalysts?
activation energy has got nothing to do with this. the main reason that the transition metal oxides are catalysts is that they have vacant d orbitals. the reagents are adsorbed on the metal surface and the d orbitals serve as a sort of clamp between the substrates and reagents. for example if you consider the hydrogenation of ethylene in palladium catalyst here the d orbitals lead to syn addition of hydrogen by clamping the pi electron cloud . this is a sort of chemisorption.
Q:What is the difference between biological and chemical catalysts?
catalysts which catalyze the chemical reactions taking place in human body such as enzymes are called bio-catalyst and other one's which are generally used in laboratory by chemists for multiple type of reactions are chemical ctalysts
Q:What is the catalyst in the end?
You said the chemical catalyst or Ati graphics card catalyst? If the above is enough to explain the above, if it is the latter, that is, the meaning of the graphics card, Ati's graphics drive like a catalyst
Q:Catalyst - Can it decrease the rate of a reaction?
A catalyst is something that quickens the fee of reaction without getting used up itself. They many times try this by skill of lowering the activation skill, which additionally brings the optimal temperature down. So, to place it only, it relatively is B.
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!

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