Rubber Chemcials Rubber Antioxidant PAN (A)

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Chemical Name:N-Phenyl-α-naphthylamine          
Molecular Formula:C16H13N 
Molecular Weight: 219.28
CAS NO.90-30-2
Executive standard:GB/T 8827-2006 




Yellow or purple flake

solidifying Point.℃ ≥


Free amine (phenyl amine)% ≤                               




Ash,% ≤



Properties: Yellow or purple flake. melting point 62℃,boiling point 335℃,flash point 188℃, relative density 1.16-1.17, Soluble in acetone, benzene, ethanol, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, soluble in gasoline, insoluble in water. Exposure to sunlight and air in the Gradient purple, flammable.

Applications: This product is commonly used in tire, hose, tape, rubber, adhesive tape products, as well as a variety of other industrial rubber products dark antioxidant, may also be used as stabilizer in the styrene-butadiene rubber.

Packing:Polypropylene knitted bags lined with polyethylene bags.Net weight 25kg per bag.

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 you describe at least 4 ways a catalyst can lower the activation energy of a reaction?
To see how a catalyst accelerates the reaction, we need to look at the potential energy diagram shown below which compares the non-catalytic and the catalytic reaction. For the non-catalytic reaction, the figure is simply the familiar way to visualize the Arrhenius equation: the reaction proceeds when A and B collide with succificient energy to overcome the activation barrier. The change in Gibbs free energy between reactants, A + B, and the product P is delta G. The catalytic reaction starts by bonding of the reactants A and B to the catalyst, in a spontaneous reaction. Hence, the formation of this complex is exothermic and the free energy is lowered. There then follows the reaction between A and B while they are bound to the catalyst. This step is associated with an activation energy; however, it is significantly lower than that for the uncatalyzed reaction. Finally, the product P seperates from the catalyst in an endothermic step. The energy diagram illustrates 4 ways the catalyst works : The catalyst offers an alternative path for the reaction that is energetically more favorable The activation energy of the catalytic reaction is significantly smaller than that of the uncatalyzed reaction; hence the rate of the catalytic reaction is much larger The overall change in free energy for the catalytic reaction equals that of the uncatalyzed reaction. Hence, the catalyst does not affect the equilibrium constant for the overall reaction. A catalyst cannot change the thermodynamics of a reaction but it can change the kinetics. The catalyst accelerates both the forward and the reverse reaction to the same extent. In other words, if a catalyst accelerates the formation of product P from A and B, it will do the same for the decomposition of P into A and B.
Q:Junior high school chemistry - chemical reaction before and after the quality and chemical properties of the material must be the catalyst?
It is not always possible that the equivalent reaction, i.e. one or more of the reactants, is the same as the relative atomic mass of one or more of the products and the coefficients in the chemical equation are the same
Q:What are catalysts and enzymes?
enzymes are like chemical scissors that break up starch inside your body they work best at 37'c which is body temperatur i think they are in the stomach? don't know for sure hope this helped as for catalysts i dont know
Q:The properties of scandium
Sci-Scandium (Sc) Basic knowledge Introduction In 1879, Swedish chemistry professor Nelson (LFNilson, 1840 ~ 1899) and Clive (PTCleve, 1840 ~ 1905) were almost simultaneously in rare mineral silica beryllium yttrium and black The mine found a new element. They named this element "Scandium" (scandium), ...
Q:What is the catalyst for industrial aluminum electrolysis?
2AlCl3 (melt) = power = 3cl2 + 2al by-product is chlorine
Q:Chemical problems, the selection of catalysts.
With dilute sulfuric acid can be. Sulfuric acid will be added with the addition of ethyl hydrogen sulfide, and then hydrolyzed into ethanol.
Q:Chemical master invited (about catalyst)
From the thermodynamics can be reaction, and the three formulas can be added to eliminate the intermediate product, indicating that the reaction may occur. The definition of the catalyst is not complete. I am a junior undergraduate student of Jilin University School of Chemistry, according to the definition of the catalyst in the university textbook, the catalyst itself reacts with the reactants to produce unstable intermediates. After the reaction is finished, the intermediate product is explained and the catalyst is reduced. Apparently did not participate in the reaction. So the catalyst to change the course of the reaction, the original reactants to go through a relatively high energy to produce products, there will be a catalyst after a few relatively low energy barrier, so much easier, the reaction rate is greatly accelerated The It can be seen, the catalyst is not no response, but only after the completion of the reaction to restore it. It can also be seen that the amount of catalyst does not matter, and some reactions require the amount of catalyst to be approximately equal to the amount of reactants. Waiting for you to high school and university to further study on this issue will have a more clear understanding of the.
Q:PT / AL_203 catalyst and the main chemical use
I have a friend working in Hunan, inquire, as if the piece of PT has the most advanced equipment ,,, you can hit 114 inquiries ~!
Q:The chemical reaction equation of methanol heating and oxygen in the presence of catalyst
2CH3OH + O2 === 2HCHO + 2H2O
Q:How are a catalyst and an intermediate similar? How are they different?
A catalyst speeds up the rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy barrier which is, presumably, the energy required to achieve the reaction intermediate. Catalysts are also not consumed in the reaction, they are regenerated towards the end. A reaction intermediate is a configuration that a molecule takes prior to achieving it's lowest energy form which would signify the end of the reaction. Intermediate usually are hard to isolate because of the incentive to go to the most stable configuration. How are they different? A catalyst is not a part of the reaction product and it doesn't get consumed. An intermediate in a reaction is transformed into the product. How are they similar? Well, catalysts drive the reaction and make it easier for the reaction for follow through. Since intermediates are high energy and thermodynamics tells us that low energy is favorable, the incentive for a high energy intermediate to drive down to it's stable for can also drive a reaction. I hope that helps. I hope it makes sense.

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