|Accelerator Chemical Name|
Tetraethyl thiuram disulfide
The vulcanization process is a cross-linking process, or network structuring process, which is common in the 1950s and 1960s.
law. The emergence and development of thermoplastic rubber (TPR) in the late 1960s and early 1970s
Exhibition, the concept of multi-phase change characteristics of the rubber cross-linking process can be enriched and widened. With the development of synthetic rubber and passed
Studies on various synthetic rubber structures, vulcanization processes and vulcanized rubber structures have found that the structure of vulcanized rubber is complex, among which
Crosslinking of chemical crosslinks, also a combination of intermolecular forces, such as crystalline regions and hydrogen bonds, or other forms of chemistry
Bonding of bonds such as ionic bonds. The vulcanized rubber structures associated with these forms form a three-dimensional network.
A complete vulcanization system consists mainly of vulcanizing agents, activators, and accelerators. The sulfurization reaction is a responsible chemical reaction process involving multiple components. It contains a series of chemical reactions between rubber molecules and vulcanizing agents and other complexing agents. Various side reactions occur along with the formation of the network structure.