TCCA 90% Powder, Granular, Tablets
CNBM –TCCA White tablet with irritant chlorine odor. Slight solute in water. TCCA is the organic compound with the formula (C3Cl3N3O3). It is used as an industrial disinfectant, bleaching agent and a reagent in organic synthesis. This white crystalline powder, which has a strong "chlorine odour," is sometimes sold in tablet or granule form for domestic and industrial.
1. Water treatment: Swimming-pool, drinking water, industrial circulating-cooling water
2. Sterilization: Disinfecting in hospital, family, hotel,public place, pharmaceuticals, breeding industry
3. Bleach: Organic synthetic industry,Textile industry
4. Others: In doing shrink-proofing agents in wool finishing and paper mothproofing agent etc.
Avaliable Chlorine %min
Moisture content %,wt,Max
PH Value (1% solution)
Solubility 25℃ Water
Solubility 30℃ Acetone
Granular Particles Size
We made multifunctional tablets according to customers’ needs. For Instance, we press TCCA 90% granular with chemicals such as Boric Acid,. Sulfate Copper, Sulfate Aluminum And PAC.
50KG PLASTIC DRUMS/ FIBER DRUMS.
25KG PLASTIC DRUMS/FIBER DRUMS.
1000KG BIG BAGS.
Or any other packages suggest by customers.
- Q:What makes an enzyme a catalyst?
- A catalyst is a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction, by lowering the activation energy, and which is not consumed or permanently altered in the process (such that after it has catalyzed the reaction once, it can catalyze the reaction again, and again -- multiple turnover). Catalysts can be as simple as a monatomic ion; they can also be inorganic compounds, non-biological organic molecules, or biological molecules. Biological catalysts are enzymes. Enzymes meet all of the criteria for being a catalyst (speed up chemical reactions, by reducing the activation energy, and are not permanently altered).
- 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 the analytical principle of chemical adsorbents?
- What do you mean by the chemical adsorber? BET is the use of the surface of the uneven force field, but the inert gas at low temperature in the surface adsorption. TPD, TPR is the number of active centers that can be measured by the technique of desorption and reduction between specific gases and catalysts as the temperature increases. If the active site is a reduced position, H2-TPR can be used. If the active site is acidic, NH3-TPD can be used, but also the method of alkali titration.
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- Q:Question about catalysts?
- Generally, catalysts participate and facilitate a reaction, but the catalyst is returned unchanged. For example, sulfuric acid may be used in a Fischer esterification, palladium in a Heck reaction, pyridine in an acylation reaction, hydroxide in an aldol condensation, cyanide in a benzoin condensation, etc. An enzyme can facilitate a reaction is a similar manner, by being an acid or base catalyst for example. We could say that generally, reactions are reversible. Practically, that is not true as the energy differences of the reactants and products may be so different to prevent the reverse, an explosion for example. If a reaction is reversible, that may not mean the reverse reaction will take place. Le Chatelier's Principle can apply to determine the products.
- Q:CO and NO in what the role of the catalyst under the chemical reaction
- 2NO + 2CO = 2CO2 + N2
- 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:Does all chemical reactions have a catalyst?
- Not some reaction without catalyst
- Q:What is the nature of the chemical catalyst?
- Different reactions have different catalysts, mainly catalyzed, to speed up the reaction rate
- Q:What is the role of the catalyst in chemical knowledge?
- The junior middle school textbook is defined as "no reaction" but in fact the catalyst reacts first with a reaction and then the product reacts with other reactants, which will speed up the rate of reflection. Not all catalysts can speed up the reaction rate, but the organic catalyst is more efficient than the inorganic catalyst. "Hydrogen peroxide reacts with hydrogen peroxide more quickly than hydrogen chloride reacts with hydrogen peroxide.
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