Bisperoxycarbamates as crosslinking agents for natural and polyisoprene rubbers
thesisposted on 30.05.2018, 13:26 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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