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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Polybutene is a polymer which is derived from isobutylene.
It is possible to protect polybutene piping and acetal fittings against the known risks of oxidation, and this is done in Europe, where such plumbing is used extensively.
Carboxylic acid alkoxylates together with polybutene amines act in a similar manner [48].
Sensicrystal (Sensient Cosm) (Polybutene (and) 18.00
Polybutene with trade name Indopol PB L-6 and number-average molecular mass 280 was supplied by INEOS Oligomers Inc.
Polybutene and polyisobutylene are generally used where extraction resistance is required, such as in brake fluid applications.
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[15] studied the thermo-oxidative stability of polybutene pipes using hydrostatic pressure aging and reported that the pipe material degradation was initiated at the outer surface of the pipe and the molecular weight of the polymer decreased upon depletion of the antioxidant.
As the weight loss for the PLTC compound is in fact less than that for the control compound, then any loss of polybutene must be minimal.
Polybutene improves impact resistance of many thermoplastics, including crystal PS, high-impact PS, PP homopolymer, and elastomer-modified PP.
the rights to use its technology for producing both commodity polybutene and high reactivity polybutene at a single plant, according to the South Korean firm.
This agent works especially well for polyolefins such as polypropylene, polyisobutylene, polybutene, poly-4-methylpentene, and polyethylene.