polybutene


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polybutene

[¦päl·i′byü‚tēn]
(organic chemistry)
A polymer of isobutene, (CH3)2CCH2; made in varying chain lengths to give a wide range of properties from oily to solid; used as a lube-oil additive, in adhesives, and in rubber products.
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The standard paraffinic and naphthenic oils, polybutene and ester (85 phr) combinations gave similar viscosities, while the polyisobutylene and ester combinations (at 70 phr) with paraffinic oil were higher in Mooney viscosity.
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Other additives include low-molecular-weight polybutene and mineral oil.
Polyethyl methacrylate, polybutyl methacrylate and so on, produce simple chromatograms of mostly monomer, while polypropylene, polybutene and the other polyolefins produce patterns of many oligomers.
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