rubber accelerator

rubber accelerator

[′rəb·ər ak′sel·ə‚rād·ər]
(organic chemistry)
A substance that increases the speed of curing of rubber, such as thiocarbanilide.
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In our previous work, the obtained silica-supported rubber accelerator CBS (DNS-CZ) enhanced the filler-rubber compatibility, thereby greatly improving the mechanical properties and abrasion resistance [24].
Subsequent tests by Monash University showed that the shoes were treated with a fungicide and rubber accelerator which was released when the shoes came into contact with water.
It seems that in some of the 650D units, a larger than normal amount of "rubber accelerator" was used, and the cause of the said allergic reactions.
Trimene Base curing agent is a high-temperature rubber accelerator with a medium to long vulcanization rate in solid rubber.
The formation of nitrosamines is dependent upon the secondary amine that is given off by the break-up of the rubber accelerator being volatile enough to come out of the rubber compound and react with NOx in the air.
Vanax 196S is a non-nitrosoamine forming thiophosphate natural rubber accelerator with improved reversion resistance, according to company's technical data.
(18) PPT-ACP: A new non-nitrosamine generating rubber accelerator. David Jividen, Western Reserve Chemical, and H.
For the compounds of table 2 the conventional natural rubber accelerator DBBS was incorporated.
While questions of rubber accelerator toxicity have been with us since the use of aniline in 1906, the rubber industry has generally responded to alleviate these issues.
Rubber accelerators are chemicals used in the process of rubber vulcanization.
Summary: Rubber accelerators are chemicals used in the process of rubber vulcanization.
Rubber accelerators are chemicals used for speeding up the manufacturing process of rubber (vulcanization).