thiocarbanilide


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thiocarbanilide

[¦thī·ō‚kär·bə′ni‚līd]
(organic chemistry)
CS(NHC6H5)2 A gray powder with a melting point of 148°C; soluble in alcohol and ether; used for making dyes, and as a vulcanization accelerator and ore flotation agent. Also known as sulfocarbanilide.
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Vulcanization Materials Accelerators A-1 Thiocarbanilide lb.
Within a couple of years it was discovered that the reaction product of aniline with carbon disulfide ([CS.sub.2]) produced an effective accelerator, thiocarbanilide, without the toxic side effects.
This earlier work had described thiocarbanilide's contribution to rapid viscosity development and subsequent cure rate, which are vital to entrapment of blowing agent gases during the sponge expansion process.