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On Modification of Latex Polymer Containing Amide Groups by Polyfunctional Amine – Shmurak I.L. (P. 2).
Tire cord adhesives based on latex of polymer containing amide groups were modified by the product of interaction between polyfunctional amine and formaldehyde. This modification leads to formation of second and third amino groups in latex polymer and to increase of nylon and polyester cords adhesion to rubber.
Interaction of Nanoparticles of Tungsten with Rubber Matrix – Naumenko V.Yu., Voronin I.V., Gorbatov S.A. (P. 3).
Dynamic shear modulus G of lowmolecular silicone rubber filled with nanoparticles of tungsten has been studied by means of quartz resonator. Formation of adhesive layers of rubber on particles surface is supposed based on the form and values of parameters of equation connected G with tungsten volume content. Comparison with results of modeling, showing the number of particles of different connection or not connected with rubber matrix support this conclusion.
Connection between Dynamic Viscosity and MolecularMass Characteristic with Polyorganosiloxanes of Different End Groups – Kovyazin A.V., Kopylov V.M., Kovyazin V. A., Savitskii A.A. (P. 5).
Dynamic viscosity η of oligoorganosiloxanes with different end groups has been studied by means of rotatory viscometer and molecular-mass characteristics Mn, Mw and Mz by means of gel-permission chromatography. Linear dependence of lnη on lnMn, lnMw and lnMz is shown. Presence of different end groups lead to different changes of parameter of corresponding linear equation.
Rubbers Based on Mixtures of PropyleneOxide Rubber and Polytetrafluorethylene – Petrova N.N., Portnyagina V.V. (P. 8).
Properties of rubber compounds based on the blends of Propylene-oxide (SKPO) with Polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) have been studied. Rubber compounds obtained are of high wear resistance (twice higher then that of SKPO) and reduced swelling. Decrease of low-temperature characteristics is not too high. So rubber compounds of moderate oil-resistance and relatively high level of low-temperature characteristics are obtainable because of higher concentration of PTFE on the surface of specimens.
Application of Rheological Approach to Evaluation of Structural Characteristic of Compounds Filled with Silica – Dement’ev S.A., Makhotin A.A., Mokhnatkina E.G., Vol?fson S.I. (P. 11).
Pressure relaxation curves have been measured using Monsanto ÌÐÒ viscometer for rubber compounds based on SBR (Russian grade SKMS-30ARKM15) filled with silica (Russian grade Rosil 175) at temperatures 100, 130, and 150 °Ñ. Analysis of pressure time relaxation spectra obtained by means of Schwarzl-Staverman method opens the possibility to evaluate the interaction of silica with rubber and effect of silane.
Determination of the Parameters of Dynamic Indentation for Testing of the Thin Technical Rubber Goods – Kren? A.P., Mozgalev V.V. (P. 14).
Dynamical properties of technical rubber specimens of different hardness and thickness have been studied by means of dynamic indenter of different parameters (mass, radius and initial impact velocity). Effect of these parameters on the measurement results is shown and conditions of the absence of effect of the base on results are established. Method is recommended for testing of thin rubber goods such as gaskets and other seals.
Transmission and Absorption of Synthetic Fatty Acids in Visible Spectrum – Cherepanov A.N., Volynkin V.M., Khankov S.I. (P. 17).
Transmission and absorption in visible spectrum of specimens of liquid and solid phase fraction C16 – C22 of synthetic fatty acids of different thickness as well as of polyethylene have been studied. The data obtained open the possibility to study the state of ingredients in containers and propose the regimes of their melting by light radiation if necessary.
Melting of Chemical Substances by Visible Radiation – Cherepanov A.N., Volynkin V.M., Khankov S.I. (P. 22).
Integral transmission and reflection of specimens of synthetic fatty acids and their melting have been studied with the use of halogen tub. Methods of liquefy of synthetic fatty acids in containers is described and their advantages are shown.
About Mechanism of Polymer Sulfur Stabilization – Reznichenko S.A., Markov V.V., Sokolova L.V. (P. 25).
Interaction of polymer sulfur and stabilizer hexachloro-p-xilene in melt has been studied by means of DTA, IR and UF spectroscopy methods. Mechanism of interaction is suggested.
Products of Element Sulfur and Polyethylene of High Sulfur Content as Vulcanizing Agents – Karaseva Yu.S., Cherezova E.N., Khusainov A.D. (P. 29).
Products of element sulfur and polyethylene of high sulfur content has been synthesized. Its use as vulcanizing agents in rubber compound based on ethylene-propylene rubber SKEPT-70 shows the higher efficiently than that of the sulfur proper at the same sulfur content.
III International Conference “Market of Rubber, Tires and Technical Rubber Articles– 2007” – Kulakov M.S. (P. 32).
Review of papers presented at III International Rubber Conference “Market of Rubber, Tires and Technical Rubber Articles– 2007”, organized by journal “Khimkur’er” and Company “Bisnes-forum” (19 – 20. 04. 07, Alushta, Ukraina).
XVIII Annuary Conference “Current Advances in the Field of Retardation of Combustion of Polymer Material” – Zaikov G.E., Artsis M.I. (P. 33).
Review of papers presented on XVIII annual conference on combustibility (21 – 23 May 2007, Stamford, Connecticut, USA) devoted to retardation of combustion of polymer material.
Ethylene-Propylene Rubbers Grades Royalene®, RoyalEdge® and Royaltherm® – Plotitsyn K.G., Kanauzova A.A. (P. 36).
Description of properties and application of different types and grades of ethylene-propylene rubbers, including silicon-modified, presented by BPC Group “Chemical Technologies”.
About the Training Schools for Engineers Working in Tire and Technical Rubber Industry – Markova N.F., Bogachev N.N. (P. 39).
Description of goals of the training schools organized by Mendeleev Moscow Chemical Society and the review of some issues lectured at previous schools is presented.
On the Change of Molecular Mass of Polyisoprene under Structurization – Shutilin Yu.F., Provol’nev S.A., Korneeva O.S., Karmanova O.V., Tarasova A.A., Barabin S.S., Shestopalov A.V. (P. 42).
Intrinsic viscosity [η] changes of toluene solution of NR and synthetic isoprene rubber SKI-3 without and with 2 phr sulfur after heating of specimens at 100 and 140 °Ñ in thermostat and in press have been measured. The increase of heating time from 0 to 30 min results in initial decrease and succeeding increase of [η] followed by solubility decrease up to 0.
Specific Features of Oxidation of CarbonChain Rubber Films – Shutilin Yu.F., Barabin S.S., Korneeva O.S., Karmanova O.V., Provol'nev S.A., Shestopalov A.V. (P. 42).
Oxidation at 100 °Ñ of films as well as crumb from different grades of isoprene and butadiene rubbers has been studied by means of IR spectroscopy and intrinsic viscosity [η] changes. The less is stereoregularity of rubber the higher is oxidation rate. Oxidation rate of films is 3-5 times higher then that of crumb. The decrease of [η] is more sensitive than changes of IR spectra and recommended as method of oxidation study.