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Stabilizing effect of biobased additives on the thermal degradation of PVC
(Trans Tech Publications, 2010)
Novel biobased additives prepared from rubber seed oil were evaluated as thermal stabilizer for PVC. Divalent metal (barium and cadmium) soaps of rubber seed oil were prepared by metathesis in aqueous alcohol and characterized ...
Thermal behaviour of metal soaps from biodegradable rubber seed oil
Soaps are a class of surface active compounds derived from natural oils and fats. Double decomposition reactions permit the synthesis of metallic soaps, which are long-chain carboxylates of metal ions, from alkaline ones ...
Effect of zinc soaps of rubber seed oil (RSO) and/or epoxidised rubber seed oil (ERSO) on the thermal stability of PVC plastigels
Zinc soaps of rubber seed oil (RSO) and epoxidised rubber seed oil (ERSO) were prepared and their use as PVC stabilizers investigated. Characterization of Zn soaps of RSO prepared by different techniques and ERSO gave ...
The effect of bio-based plasticizer on the permanence and water vapour transport properties of PVC plastigels
(Serbian Chemical Society, 2008)
Novel formulations of PVC plastisols based on blends of bio-based and synthetic plasticizers were prepared and characterized. A traditional phthalate plasticizer, dioctylphthalate, was replaced in the plastisols studied ...
Studies in the utilization of biobased additives as thermal stabilizer for plasticized PVC
(Trans Tech Publications, 2009)
Divalent metal (barium, cadmium, calcium and zinc) soaps of rubber seed oil and their binary mixtures (BaJCd and CaJZn) and epoxidized rubber seed oil (4.5% epoxide content) and its admixtures with the single divalent metal ...
Formulation and properties' evaluation of PVC/(dioctyl phthalate)/ (epoxidized rubber seed oil) plastigels
Epoxidized rubber seed oil (4.5% oxirane content, ERSO) was prepared by treating the oil with peracetic acid generated in situ by reacting glacial acetic acid with hydrogen peroxide. The thermal behavior of the ERSO was ...