• studies on xanthate–zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate accelerator

    Studies on xanthate–zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate accelerator

    Download Citation | Studies on xanthate–zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate accelerator combination in natural rubber | Zinc salts of ethyl, isopropyl, and butyl xanthates have been prepared in the

  • studies on xanthate/dithiocarbamate accelerator combination

    Studies on Xanthate/Dithiocarbamate Accelerator Combination

    Studies on Xanthate/Dithiocarbamate Accelerator Combination in NR/BR Blends Article in Journal of Applied Polymer Science 103(6) · March 2007 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • xanthate accelerators for low temperature curing of natural

    Xanthate accelerators for low temperature curing of natural

    Studies on xanthate–zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate accelerator combination in natural rubber. Article. Jun 2001; (bxt)2]-zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate [ZDC] accelerator system. High-temperature

  • xanthate accelerators for low temperature curing of natural

    Xanthate Accelerators for Low Temperature Curing of Natural

    The effect of this xanthate with zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate (ZDC) on the vulcanization of natural rubber ( NR), polybutadiene rubber (BR), and NR/BR blend has been studied at different temperatures.

  • the mechanism of zinc(ii)-dithiocarbamate-accelerated

    The Mechanism of Zinc(II)-Dithiocarbamate-Accelerated

    These studies have revealed that, in a three-stage process, ZDMC exhibits a unique combination of catalytic activity: (1) It mediates the reaction between sulfur and rubber. This is achieved by incorporating sulfur atoms in the zinc-dithiocarbamate ring and inducing their insertion into an allylic C−H bond via an ene-like reaction.

  • plastics, rubber and composites: vol 30, no 6

    Plastics, Rubber and Composites: Vol 30, No 6

    Studies on xanthate–zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate accelerator combination in natural rubber. S. Palaty & R. Joseph. Pages: 270-274. Published online: 02 Dec 2013.

  • plastics, rubber and composites: vol 30, no 6

    Plastics, Rubber and Composites: Vol 30, No 6

    Studies on xanthate–zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate accelerator combination in natural rubber. S. Palaty & R. Joseph. Pages: 270-274. Published online: 02 Dec 2013.

  • the mechanism of zinc(ii)-dithiocarbamate-accelerated

    The Mechanism of Zinc(II)-Dithiocarbamate-Accelerated

    These studies have revealed that, in a three-stage process, ZDMC exhibits a unique combination of catalytic activity: (1) It mediates the reaction between sulfur and rubber. This is achieved by incorporating sulfur atoms in the zinc-dithiocarbamate ring and inducing their insertion into an allylic C−H bond via an ene-like reaction.

  • risk assessment of dithiocarbamate accelerator residues

    Risk Assessment of Dithiocarbamate Accelerator Residues

    For one dithiocarbamate, low residues (<100 mg/kg) were found in one variety of condom but up to 3300 mg/kg was found in examination gloves; this accelerator was extracted from one type of examination glove by physiological solutions at up to approximately 0.6 mg/glove.

  • 1. identification of substance / company information

    1. IDENTIFICATION OF SUBSTANCE / COMPANY INFORMATION

    Chemical Name Zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate Synonyms Accelerator ZDEC, ZDC EZ CAS # 14324-55-1 Formula C 10 H 20 N 2 S 4 Zn Chemical Family Accelerator Supplier SunBoss Chemicals Corp. Address 8-110 West Beaver Creek Road Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1J9 Telephone 905-707-3433 Fax 905-707-7393

  • zinc dibutyldithiocarbamate | c18h36n2s4zn

    Zinc dibutyldithiocarbamate | C18H36N2S4Zn

    Zinc dibutyldithiocarbamate is a dithiocarbamate salt that is the zinc salt of dibutyldithiocarbamic acid. It has a role as an antifungal agrochemical. It is a dithiocarbamate salt and a zinc molecular entity. It contains a dibutyldithiocarbamate and a zinc(2+). It derives from a dibutyldithiocarbamic acid.

  • diethyldithiocarbamic acid | c5h11ns2

    Diethyldithiocarbamic acid | C5H11NS2

    Ditiocarb is a sulfhydryl-containing carbamate that is the primary in vivo metabolite of disulfiram. Diethyldithiocarbamate chelates zinc, thereby inhibiting metalloproteinases, thereby preventing the degradation of the extracellular matrix and inhibiting an initial step in cancer metastasis and angiogenesis.