Migration Behaviors of Antiozonants in Triblend Vulcanizates of NR, SBR, and BR

NR, SBR, BR의 세가지 고무로 이루어진 가류물에서 노화방지제의 이동 거동

  • Published : 2000.03.31

Abstract

Influence of rubber composition on migration of antiozonants to the surface in ternary rubber-based vulcanizates composed of natural rubber (NR) styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR), and butadiene rubber (BR) was studied. Of the three rubbers, contents of two rudders were same and only the other one content was different (variable rubber) IPPD and HPPD were employed as antiozonants. Migration experiments were performed at $60^{\circ}C$ for 21 days and outdoors for 4 months. Migration rates of the antiozonants increase by increasing the content ratio of the variable rubber in the vulcanizares from NR/SBR/BR=1/1/0.2 to 1/1/1 and then decrease with an increase of the content ratio of the variable rudder from 1/1/1 to 1/1/5. Migration behaviors of the antiozonants in the ternary rudder-based vulcanizates depending on the rubber composition were explained by the intermolecular interactions between rubber and antiozonant, by the solubility difference of the antiozonants for the rubbers, and by the interface formed between dissimilar rubbers in the triblends.