Rubber Compounding: Principles: Materials, and Techniques, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Aug 3, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 312 pages
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This revised and expanded single-source reference analyzes all compounding material classes of dry rubber compounds, such as carbon blacks, platicizers and age resisters, integrating detailed information on how elastomers are built up. The work provides practical compounding tips on how to avoid oil or antioxidant bloom, how to adjust electrical conductivity and how to meet volume swell requirements.;This second edition: provides material on government regulations regarding rubber waste; presents current insights into the fast-growing polymer technology of thermoplastic elastomers; discusses the ramifications of the commercial availability of epoxidized natural rubber; and offers a comprehensive tabular chart on the properties of polymers.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Compounding
1
Natural Rubber
9
StyreneButadiene Rubber
29
Polybuiadienc and Chloroprene Rubber
41
Butyl and Ethylene Propylene Rubbers
55
Nitrile Polysulfide and Recycled Rubbers
69
Vulcanizing Agents
87
Accelerators
101
Activators and Retarders
115
Waste Reduction and Disposal
257
Appendixes
271
Weights Measures and Conversion Factors
279
Principal Physical Properties of Rubber and Their
287
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