Bisperoxycarbamates as crosslinking agents for natural and polyisoprene rubbers
thesisposted on 30.05.2018, 13:26 authored by Abu bin Amu
Most of the early studies using peroxycarbamates concerned their synthesis, decomposition and use as initiators in vinyl or diene polymerisation. The only attempt to use one as a crosslinking agent was reported in 1960 for a plastic. The author's research work is an attempt to prepare new bisperoxycarbamates and to evaluate them as crosslinking agents in natural rubber (DPNR) and polyisoprene rubber (Cariflex IR 305). [Continues.]
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