Rubber Analysis by FTIR -Method for Removing Silicate from Rubber-

A silicate is formed from silicon and oxygen, andtalc and kaolinite are some typical silicatecompounds. Silicon dioxide (silica), which does notcontain a metallic oxide, is also a type of silicate.Silicate, like carbonate, is used as an alkalinebuilder in laundry soap, and is used widely as anadditive in rubbers and plastics.Here we introduce a pretreatment procedure forremoving talc, one type of silicate, from rubber which contains talc.

Content Type:
Application
Document Number:
LAAN-A-FT-E034
Product Type:
Molecular Spectroscopy, FTIR Spectroscopy
Keywords:
Molecular Spectroscopy, Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (Petrochemical, Chemical), Rubber, Resin, Plastics, DurasampIIR II
Language:
English
File Name:
a422.pdf
File Size:
216kb

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