India), Stearic acid (Loba chemie, India), tetramethyl thiuram
disulfide (TMTD) (ICI Ltd.
5 phr with the addition of a secondary accelerator such as TBzTD, a nitrosamine-safe thiuram
The TT also has a higher false-positive rate to neomycin, thiuram
mix, balsam of Peru, fragrance mix, cobalt, and lanolin.
In footwear dermatitis study by Handa et al, (10) Thiuram
mix was the commonest (87%) followed by Carba mix (70%), Mercaptobenzothiazole (33%), Tetramethylthiuram disulphide (27%) and N-cyclohexyl benzyl sulfenamide (27%).
The active substance - thiuram
disulfidetetrametylotiuranu (compound of group dwutiokarbaminianEw) - 10%Quantity - 35,000 l packaging container with LDPE poj.
Furthermore to the raw rubber and filler the other constituents were Tetramethyl thiuram
disulfide (a fast curing sulfur-donor accelerator) zinc oxide (ZnO and stearic acid as activator)
Suitable addition-fragmentation groups include conventional reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) agents such as allyl sulfides, dithiocarbamates, trithiocarbonates, and thiuram
Disulfiram (Antabuse), chemically diethylthiocarbamoyl or tetraethyl thiuram
, is the most extensively used deterrent drug for clinical management of alcoholism since its introduction in 1948.
5] patented compounds of the general molecular formular X(Y)NCSSZ, where X is hydrogen or alkyl group, Y is hydrogen, alkyl or aryl group and Z is metallic in nature, and thiuram
disulfide derivatives, as fungicides, bactericides and microbiocides.
The Starpack[R] 48-651 is free of latex, powder, phthalates and thiuram
accelerators, making it a safe choice for protecting workers' health and consumers.
Results: The most common allergens identified were: carba mix, nickel sulphate, thiuram
mix, paratertiary butylphenol formaldehyde resin, paraphenylenediamine, and neomycin sulphate.
Dithiocarbamate toxicity toward thymocytes involves their copper-catalyzed conversion to thiuram
disulfides which oxidize glutathione in a redox cycle without the release of reactive oxygen species.