Rubber Antioxidant in Namibia
Rubber Antioxidant in Namibia
Rubber Antioxidant in Namibia
Rubber Antioxidant in Namibia
Rubber Antioxidant in Namibia
rubber antioxidants and their transformation products

Rubber Antioxidants and Their Transformation Products

Abstract Antioxidants are prevalently used during rubber production to improve rubber performance, delay aging, and extend service life.

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recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: a review

Recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: A review

Recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: A review is a comprehensive and systematic article that covers the latest developments and strategies of antioxidants for rubber. It provides a clear and concise introduction of the oxidation process and mechanism for rubbers, and discusses the factors affecting the anti-oxidative efficiency of rubber antioxidants. This article is a valuable source

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amine-functionalized lignin as an eco-friendly antioxidant

Amine-Functionalized Lignin as an Eco-Friendly Antioxidant

Although the typical antioxidant, N-(1,3-dimethylbutyl)-N¡ä-phenyl-p-phenylenediamine (6PPD), ensures high durability and long lifespan for rubber compounds, it generates a highly toxic quinone in water, causing serious environmental pollution. Herein, as an alternative material of 6PPD, we newly introduce eco-friendly amine-functionalized lignin (AL) to be incorporated in rubber, which can

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ijerph | free full-text | rubber antioxidants and their

IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Rubber Antioxidants and Their

Antioxidants are prevalently used during rubber production to improve rubber performance, delay aging, and extend service life. However, recent studies have revealed that their transformation products (TPs) could adversely affect environmental organisms and even lead to environmental events, which led to great public concern about environmental occurrence and potential impacts of rubber

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rubber antioxidants and their transformation products

Rubber Antioxidants and Their Transformation Products

Jiefeng Liang Yingjun Wang Runzeng Liu View Tire-rubber related pollutant 6-PPD quinone: A review of its transformation, environmental distribution, bioavailability, and toxicity Article J HAZARD...

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recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: a review

Recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: A review

This review mainly focused on thermo-oxidative aging because it is the most common aging type for rubbers. The oxidative degradation of rubber proceeds by a free-radical chain reaction mechanism [1]. As shown in Fig. 1a, rubber aging processes have three distinct phases: (i) Initiation, (ii) Propagation, and.

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insight into the anti-aging mechanisms of natural phenolic

Insight into the anti-aging mechanisms of natural phenolic

In this study, we chose natural rubber (NR) as a matrix and provided a screening strategy based on diverse natural phenolic antioxidants to evaluate their ability in protecting NR composites. Thymol, ¦Á-tocopherol, and lipid-soluble epigallocatechin gallate (lsEGCG) were chosen from 18 natural phenolic antioxidants as potential alternative

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fabrication of a novel chitosan©based macromolecular

Fabrication of a novel chitosan©based macromolecular

The performance of COS-AO as a macromolecular antioxidant for styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR)/silica composites were examined by oxidation induction time (OIT) test, methanol extraction experiments, accelerated thermo-oxidative aging tests as well as thermogravimetric (TG) test.

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recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: a review

Recent progress in the rubber antioxidants: A review

50 Fillers in rubber systems such as silica, also exhibit a synergistic effect with antioxidants to enhance the antioxidative ability. 51 MD simulations can also explain the diffusion and action

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the antioxidant ethoxyquin and its analogues: a review

THE ANTIOXIDANT ETHOXYQUIN AND ITS ANALOGUES: A REVIEW

INTRODUCTION. Ethoxyquin (l,2-dihydro-6-ethoxy-2,2,4-trimethylquinoline) (EQ, I) was first used as an antioxidant in rubber to prevent it from cracking due to oxidation of isoprene, Citation [1] whilst the earliest mention of the use of EQ in feedstuffs was in 1957, when Kyte Citation [2] treated herring meal with it at levels of 100 and 800 mg/kg to combat overheating of the meal.

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