Rubber Chemcials Rubber Antioxidant NDBC (NBC)

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NDBC (NBC)

 

Chemical Name:Nickel Dibutyl Dithiocarbamate

Molecular Formula:C 18 H36 N 2 S 4 Ni

Molecular Weight:467

CAS No.:13927-77-0

 

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Appearance

 

Dark-green Power (Granules)

 

Initial Melting Point, °C Min.

 

83

 

Heat Loss , % Max.

 

0.5

Nickel content , %

 

12.0 - 13.0

 

Residue on 150 µm Sieve , % Max.

 

0.10

Residue on 63 µm Sieve , % Max.

 

0.50

 

Properties: Dark-green Power. Density is 1.26g/ cm3 . flashing point is 260°C. Soluble in chloroform, benzene and carbon bisulfide , a little soluble in acetone, insoluble in water.

 

Applications: Mainly use in styrene- butadience rubber, chloroprene rubber and chlorosul-fonated polyethylene rubber. Avoiding the rubber crack for the sunshine and ozone, promoting the heat-resistant of chloroprene rubber and chlorosul-fonated polyethylene rubber. In plastic industry, it can be used as stabilitant and ozone-resistant agent for high polymer materials. It has advantage of stability for polypropylene fibre , thin film and narrow belt, but it will make the products appear yellow-green color. The use level is 0.30.5%. NDBC is regulated for use in articles in contact with food as specified.

 

Packing:Coextruded paper bags lined with polyethylene film bags. Net weight 25 kg per bag.

 

 

Storage:Store closed containers in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Q:Co and No form a chemical equation for Co2 and No2 under the action of a catalyst
2CO + 2NO == N2 + 2CO2
Q:What happens to this catalyst ?
If it is only a catalyst, then by definition it will still be there at the end.
Q:Catalyst by laurie halse anderson?
Discussion and Essay Questions What is a catalyst? Who are the catalysts in this book? Why? What is Kate running from? How did she get lost (literally and figuratively)? Why does Kate hate English class? What are some of the myths surrounding the college application process? About high school? About kids like Kate? Kids like Teri? Find the list of vocabulary words given out for homework in Kate's English class. The author deliberately chose them. What is their significance? Why do authors do things like that? Does this make you hate authors? (joke... just wanted to see if you're paying attention) Discuss these image systems (symbols) found in the book: a. chemistry b. periodic table c. vision/sight d. movement vs. being stuck e. electricity What examples of safety awareness and danger can you find? How are they connected to each other? Make a list of all the elements and chemical terms used as chapter headings in the book. Explain how the chapters headings refer to the action with each chapter. Find the hints of Alice in Wonderland in the book. How does the story of Alice's journey reflect Kate's? Catalyst takes place in Merryweather High School, also the setting for Speak. What connections link the two books? How is food used in this book? Why don't we learn more about the life of Teri Litch (hint: examine the book's POV) How is Kate's relationship with her father? Why is it that way? Does it change over the course of the book. (Give examples for each answer.) Discuss the role of religion in this book. What does Kate believe in? Teri? Mitchell? How and why does Kate's relationship with Teri change after Mikey's death? Why are the three sections of the book labeled Solid, Liquid and Gas? Who is the most important character in this book? Why? How do the characters in Catalyst deal with defeat?
Q:What is a Catalyst?
Catalyst is such a chemical substance, which is used in a chemical reaction to increase/decrease the rate of the reaction and the reaction the substance remains intact.This is called Catalyst.For example, during preparation of Oxygen from potassium chlorate in the laboratory manganese-die-oxide is used as a catalyst.
Q:What is positive and negative catalyst in chemistry?
Positive catalyst can speed up the reaction rate, negative catalyst can slow down the reaction rate
Q:Is it not the rate to accelerate the addition of the catalyst to the catalyst, and that is why the balance does not move
In the chemical equilibrium, after adding the catalyst, the positive and negative reaction rate increases equally, but the positive reaction rate is still equal to the reverse reaction rate, so the balance does not move
Q:Explanation of Catalysts?
A catalyst is a compound in chemistry (it can be an acid or temperature or a base or a metal or anything, pressure anything) that shifts the reaction towards one product or the other... In simple words. If you want to obtain something, e.g. water, then you can obtain it in different timings, ie in 2000 years, but if you want to obtain it in 2 hours instead of 2000 years then you add a catalyst, e.g. you heat the reaction to speed it up, you add an acid, or a base etc. Some catalysts also act on the regioselectivity of a compound thru preferring the formation of a stereo-isomer to another. E.g. if you want to obtain S-Thalidomide instead of R-Thalidomide you use a particular catalyst etc...
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:What about the chemical reaction of the catalyst if there is no catalyst?
Slow response or no reaction
Q:Hydrogen and oxygen in the role of the catalyst can do the chemical formula of aviation fuel?
Do not be irresponsible, rocket fuel is hydrogen peroxide. H2 + O2 = H2O2 (catalyst)

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