acrylonitrile rubber

acrylonitrile rubber

[‚ak·rə‚lō′nī·trəl ′rəb·ər]
(materials)
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Hydrogenated carboxylated acrylonitrile rubber is made by selectively hydrogenating the carbon-carbon double bonds in carboxylated nitrile without chemically altering the carboxylic acid functional group.
The brochure lists and describes the most suitable antioxidants for a variety of applications and products, including acrylonitrile rubber, styrene butadiene rubber, butadiene rubber, isoprene rubber, polyurethane rubber and latices.
In this paper it is shown that the mode II fracture toughness is not sacrificed by the incorporation of carboxyl terminated butadiene acrylonitrile rubber (CTBN) in the matrices, while mode I fracture toughness can be increased by as much as 100%.
Low temperature cure cyanate ester resin systems were developed and modified with epoxy-terminated butadiene acrylonitrile rubber (ETBN) and impregnated into woven glass fabric.
They compacted spray-dried powders consisting of styrene-butadiene or acrylonitrile rubber and different carbon blacks up to pressures of 260 MPa and temperatures of 160 [degrees] C, and observed that the resulting material was insoluble in common rubber solvents such as toluene and that it behaved almost as a vulcanized rubber material.
Among rubber modifiers, the most used are reactive liquid butadiene acrylonitrile rubbers [4] or preformed rubber particles (for example core shell particles [5]).