Studies on natural rubber-bound diphenylamine antioxidants

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Studies on natural rubber-bound diphenylamine antioxidants

Show simple item record Rani, Joseph 2008-09-04T06:27:26Z 2008-09-04T06:27:26Z 1994-07-03
dc.identifier.other Polymer Degradation and Stability 46 (1994) 251-257
dc.description.abstract Diphenylamine was chemically attached to depolymerised natural rubber by photochemical reaction. The rubber-bound diphenylamine was characterised by TLC, HNMR, IR and TGA. The efficiency and permanence of the bound diphenylamine was compared with conventional amine type antioxidant in natural rubber vulcanizates. The rubber-bound diphenylamine was found to be less volatile and less extractable compared to the conventional antioxidant. The vulcanizates showed improved ageing resistance in comparison to vulcanizates containing conventional antioxidant . Also, the presence of liquid rubber-bound diphenylamine reduces the amount of plasticiser required for compounding. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Elsevier Science Limited en_US
dc.subject diphenylamine antioxidants en_US
dc.subject plasticiser en_US
dc.subject photochemical reaction en_US
dc.subject TLC en_US
dc.subject HNMR en_US
dc.subject TGA en_US
dc.subject IR en_US
dc.subject rubber vulcanizates en_US
dc.title Studies on natural rubber-bound diphenylamine antioxidants en_US
dc.type Working Paper en_US

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