|Accelerator Chemical Name|
Dipentamethylene thiuram hexasulfide
|Storage Life||24 months|
The additive effect means that the protective effect produced by the combination of the antioxidants is equal to the sum of the effects of their respective effects.
When the anti-aging agent is selected and used together, the additive effect is the most basic requirement.
The same type of antioxidants usually only produce an additive effect when used together, but sometimes they have other benefits when used together. E.g,
The combination of two phenolic antioxidants with different volatility can not only produce an additive effect, but also use an anti-isolation with an equal amount.
Older agents are able to exert inhibitory performance over a wider range of temperatures. In addition, most antioxidants are used at higher concentrations.
When it is high, it shows an oxidative effect, which can be avoided by using two or more antioxidants at a lower concentration.
The latter effect is the sum of the usual effects of the components.
The synergistic effect is that the effect of the anti-aging agent after use is greater than the sum of the effects of each anti-aging agent alone. In choice
When it comes to antioxidants, this is the desired combination system. Heterogeneous synergy
Should be synergistic. If the same antioxidant molecule has a group that acts according to different mechanisms, it is called Self-synergy effect.