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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 ...
Characterization of poly(vinyl chloride) powder produced by emulsion polymerization
The effect of emulsion process formulation ingredients on the morphology, structure, and properties of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) powder has been considered in this study. PVC powder was extracted with ethanol and films were ...
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 ...
Thermal stabilisation of poly(vinyl chloride) by organotin compounds
The effect of LSN 117 (dioctyl tin bis isooctyl thioglycollate, an organotin compound) on the heat stability of plasticised PVC was investigated in this study. The organotin stabiliser had carbonyl and carboxylate groups ...
Development of synergistic heat stabilizers for PVC from zinc borate-zinc phosphate
(Taylor & Francis, 2009-01)
The importance of flame-retardant and smoke-suppressed poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) compositions is increasing gradually in the polymer industry since PVC releases smoke and toxic gases (hydrogen chloride, HCl) during heating ...