Elastomeric mixtures vulcanization consists of the sulphur bonding between the polimer chains. The characteristic elastic properties of this kind of materials is due to the formation of this three-dimensional net work. The study and characterization of the vulcanization reaction becomes difficult because of the unyielding nature of the vulcanized rubber samples. In the present article a new method is used to extract the intermediate compounds by a microwave oven. This technique decreases considerably the time of analysis, as well as allows a better temperature control to avoid the decomposition of the substances to be analyzed.
|Nombre de pàgines||3|
|Estat de la publicació||Publicada - de maig 1998|