Rubber Chemcials Rubber Antioxidant IPPD 4010NA

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IPPD 4010NA

Chemical Name:N-isopropyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenediamine
Molecular FormulaC15H18N2
Molecular Weight:226.32 
CAS NO.101-72-4
Executive standard:GB/T8828-2003   
Specification:


Item

Index 


Acceptable end-product

Appearance:


Dark brown to purple brown granules

Soften Point, ℃≥

70.0

Loss on drying,% 

0.30

Ash,%  ≤                                 

0.20

Assay(GC),%   

95.0

 

Properties: Dark brown to purple brown granules. density of 1.14 soluble oils, benzene, ethyl acetate, carbon disulfide and ethanol, gasoline South soluble, not water soluble. Provides powerful and antioxidant properties with excellent high temperature and flex resistance to rubber compounds.

 

Applications: include the use in pneumatic, an antioxidant for natural rubber and many kinds of synthetic rubber, especially for the prevention of thermal deterioration on NBR. These goods can be used in heated vessels and the Torrid Zone.

 

Packing :Packed in 20kg or 25kg per bags.

 

Properties: The product should be stored in the dry and cooling place with good ventilation. The product should be avoid hot sunshine.

 



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Q:Can manganese dioxide be used as a catalyst for various chemical reactions?
he catalyst does not participate in the reaction, such as on the platinum - rhodium alloy network, nitrogen and hydrogen reaction to produce ammonia .Piplatin - rhodium alloy network in the process of providing electrons (or similar effects, the specific is not clear, but does not react itself), the reaction Before and after the platinum - rhodium alloy network shape has not changed.
Q:explain how a catalyst can affect the rate of reaction but not be in the overall equation.?
a catalyst is a substance that speeds up the rate of reactions that would already happen (the reactions are spontaneous) but would take a long long time to occur. Every reaction proceeds from a level of high energy to a lower level of energy, but in order to start going downhill you need to get up, in affect getting more energy than the reactants have now. This is because the transition state, or what the reactnat/product is in the middle of the reaction, is less stable and requires more energy than the reactants. Catalysts lower the extra energy needed (called activation energy) to a level that the reactants already have, and the reaction occurs.
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:Chemical "catalyst can speed up the chemical reaction rate of other substances," this sentence right?
Wrong, the catalyst is divided into two kinds, one is to speed up the chemical reaction speed, and the other is the opposite
Q:What are the catalysts for making oxygen in chemistry? (At least 8 listed)
Manganese dioxide, iron oxide (red brick powder), copper oxide, ferrous oxide, iron oxide, activated carbon, egg shell, fresh liver, raw potato chips, etc.
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:Can Cuo react as a catalyst with H2O2, does its quality and chemical properties change?
Can be, please, upstairs said wrong ... ... ... ... ... ... catalyst is not not to participate in the reaction, the second is because the essence of the catalyst is to participate in the reaction to accelerate the reaction rate of conversion, the catalyst after the reaction will be regenerated, and before and after conservation, quality and Chemical properties do not change. CuO is the catalyst for H2O2 reaction, and the catalytic effect of CuO is better than Mn02!
Q:When there is a catalyst in the chemical equation, it is not necessary to match the atoms of the catalyst
No, the catalyst is written above the equal sign, not the reactants, nor the product
Q:catalyst efficiency low bank 1?
In after Robert M phaggotry. Oh, like that first poster said, be sure there aren't other faults causing the rear O2 sensor to pick up all that O2 in the exhaust...such as a rich-running engine.
Q:Which chemical reaction is added to the catalyst in order to slow down the reaction
Edible oil added 0.01% to 0.02% gallate n-propyl ester, you can effectively prevent rancidity

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