cyclized rubber

cyclized rubber

[′sī‚klīzd ′rəb·ər]
(materials)
A thermoplastic, nonrubbery, tough or hard rubber derivative formed by the action of certain agents, such as sulfonic acid and chlorostannic acid, on rubber; used in paints and adhesives and for insulation.
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Cyclized rubber and amino crosslinkers also are available for conventional systems.
The production of cyclized rubber involves the use of sulfuric acid, and to be effective needs the acid to be quite concentrated.