The bases included are well-known anilines, pyridines, simple amines, phosphines, guanidines
, amidines, and porphyrins.
Phosphagens are phosphorylated guanidine
compounds that are involved in buffering cellular ATP levels.
Compounds' ingredients: bis(3-triethoxysilylpropyl) tetrasulfide (TESPT) (Si 69, Evonik); ZnO (Zincol Ossidi); stearic acid (Sogis); sulfur (Solfotecnica); N-tert-butyl-benzothiazol-2-sufenamide (TBBS) (Flexsys); N-N/-di-phenyl guanidine
(DPG) (Rhenogran DPG80) (Rhein Chemie Additives).
Coverage encompasses all classes of nitric oxide donors, from organic nitrates to nitroso compounds, guanidines
, and metal-NO complexes.
Only a few accelerator families are available to achieve this task, including dithiophosphates, caprolactams, guanidines
Rubber chemicals featured include accelerators and activators (aldehydeamines, dithiocarbamates, guanidines
, sulfenamides, thiazoles, thioureas, thiurams and others), antioxidants, antiozonants and protective agents, peptizers, retarders, coagents, peroxides and carbon blacks.
Most sulfenamides, thiazoles, guanidines
, thiurams and some dithiocarbamate accelerators are IMDG Class 9 environmentally hazardous materials and toxic to aquatic organisms.
Accelerators described include sulfenamides, guanidines
, thiurams, dithiocarbamates, thioureas and specialty curatives.
Compound 10, containing a high sulfur cure and a guanidine
accelerator, shows the guanidines
to be easily bondable, although it suggests that C8007/8210 is not the best choice.