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Introduction of Inert Ceramic Balls

Inert ceramic balls are generally used as support and covering materials for the catalyst in the reactor. It can buffer the impact of the liquid and gas entering the reactor on the catalyst, protect t...

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What is the Difference Between Zeolite and Molecular Sieve?

Ⅰ. What are zeolite and molecular sieve?Zeolite is an aluminosilicate mineral with a water framework structure and was first discovered in 1756. The Swedish mineralogist Cronstedt discovered that the...

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Top Ten Questions and Answers on Molecular Sieve Activated Powder

1. What are the raw materials and production process of molecular sieve activation powder?Answer: The main raw material of activated molecular sieve powder is aluminosilicate. 3A is potassium sodium a...

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Molecular Sieve Production Process

The molecular sieve powder production process mainly includes five stages of sodium aluminate preparation, synthesis, aging and crystallization, mother liquor separation and washing, drying and packag...

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Random Packing VS. Structured Packing

Packing generally refers to materials that are filled with other objects. In chemical engineering, packing refers to the inert solid materials installed in the filling tower, such as Pall ring and Lac...

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How Do Molecular Sieves Remove Water

Molecular sieves have a large surface area, generally 600-1000 square meters per gram. It has a strong adsorption capacity for polarized and polarizable molecules. Water is a strongly polarized molecu...

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What Should I Pay Attention to when Storing Molecular Sieve Powder?

For molecular sieve powder, many people do not know it very well. In fact, it is artificially synthesized and has many advantages, such as purifying exhaust gas. Therefore, it is now used in many fiel...

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Performance of Molecular Sieve

1. What is a molecular sieve?Molecular sieve is a synthetic hydrated aluminosilicate (bubble zeolite) or natural zeolite with the function of screening molecules. Molecular sieves have a uniform micro...

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Activation Method of 4A Molecular Sieve

4A molecular sieve has a wide range of applications. It is not only a new type of high-performance microporous adsorbent, but also a catalyst carrier with excellent performance. As a desiccant, molecu...

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What is the Role of Molecular Sieve in the Oxygen Generator?

Medical oxygen generators are based on pressure swing adsorption technology, a new type of equipment that extracts oxygen from the air. What is the role of molecular sieve oxygen generators?1. Oxygen ...

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The Difference Between 3A Molecular Sieve and Type B Desiccant for Insulating Glass

1. What is the 3A molecular sieve for insulating glass?Molecular sieve (also known as synthetic zeolite) is a kind of aluminosilicate microporous mesh crystal material, composed of SiO2 and Al2O3 tetr...

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What is the Difference Between Molecular Sieve and Desiccant?

Ⅰ. What is the molecular sieve desiccant?Some people may think that the two are the same thing. This is because there is a substance that we call the molecular sieve desiccant. It is a synthetic desi...

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The Particle Diameter and Use Method of 4A Molecular Sieve

1. The particle diameter of 4A molecular sieve4A molecular sieves are divided into strips and spherical shapes, and the diameters of different shapes are also different, but the size of the molecules ...

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The Replacement Method of Activated Alumina Desiccant

1. Remove the activated alumina in the adsorption tankOpen the bottom flange of the adsorption and drying device, remove the activated alumina in the adsorption tank, and then use a vacuum cleaner to ...

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The Characteristics of Common Type A Molecular Sieve

1. 3A molecular sieve3A molecular sieve is an alkali metal aluminosilicate with a pore size of about 0.3 nanometers, which is mainly used to adsorb water.It does not adsorb any molecules larger than 0...

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The Common Type A Molecular Sieve Uses

1. 3A molecular sieve3A molecular sieve is mainly used for drying various liquids (such as ethanol), air, refrigerant, natural gas, methane gas; it is also used for drying unsaturated hydrocarbons and...

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Molecular Sieve Types and Structures

Ⅰ. There are two types of molecular sieves: natural zeolite and synthetic zeolite.1. Most natural zeolites are formed by the reaction of volcanic tuff and tuffaceous sedimentary rocks in marine or la...

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Molecular Sieve Poisoning

1. Carbon Molecular SieveFrom a chemical point of view, chlorine, hydrogen chloride and carbon do not react at room temperature. Moreover, the content of chlorine and hydrogen chloride in the air is e...

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Four Kinds of Treatment of Dampened 4a Molecular Sieve

How do you treat moisture absorption when the 4a molecular sieve is not tightly packed or the storage environment is damaged? Today we will discuss the adsorption capacity of molecular sieves and the ...

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Application of Activated Alumina in the Field of Adsorption and Catalysis

With a large specific surface area, various pore structure and pore size distribution, and rich surface properties, activated alumina is widely applied to adsorbent, catalyst and support. The alumina ...

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How Long is the Life Cycle of Activated Alumina Adsorbent?

This product is made from pure natural minerals and activated hygroscopic agent. It is green, non-toxic, tasteless and does no harm to the human body. The product has a good adsorption performance, ac...

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Conditions That Need to Be Controlled for Carbon Molecular Sieve Nitrogen Production

1. The conditions for nitrogen production by carbon molecular sieve - air compression purification process.It is necessary to ensure the pure feed air flow into the carbon molecular sieve adsorption c...

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Regeneration Method and Application of 4A Molecular Sieve

In the laboratory, it can be activated and dehydrated by drying in a muffle furnace at a temperature of 350°C and drying under normal pressure for 8 hours (if there is a vacuum pump, it can be dried ...

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Main Components of Carbon Molecular Sieve and Principles of Nitrogen Production

Carbon molecular sieve is a new type of adsorbent developed in the 1970s. It is an excellent non-polar carbon material. Nitrogen-making carbon molecular sieve is used to separate air and enrich nitrog...

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What Are the Differences Between 3A, 4A, and 5A Molecular Sieves?

What is the difference between 3A, 4A, and 5A molecular sieves? Are the three types of molecular sieves the same purpose? What are the factors related to the working principle? Which industries are th...

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Molecular Sieves Are Materials with Uniform Pores

The diameter of the molecular sieve is angstroms or nanometers (nm). Molecular sieves can be microporous (2nm), macroporous (50<nm), and mesoporous (2nm-50nm). Molecular sieve powder is a crystalli...

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Production Principles of the Carbon Molecular Sieve

1. Production principles of the carbon molecular sieve for nitrogen generatorCarbon molecular sieve is the adsorbent on the PSA nitrogen production equipment, which uses the principle of pressure swin...

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Why Can the Molecular Sieve Be Used As a Solid Acid Catalyst?

Ⅰ. Introduction to the molecular sieve catalystA natural or synthetic chemical substance with a network structure. For example, when cross-linked dextran and zeolite are used as chromatographic mediu...

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