Cis configurations are those in which the molecule on both sides of the double bond
bends in the same direction--both either up or down.
A rubber composition comprising: (A) a conjugated diene rubber which is obtained by polymerizing a conjugated diene compound or polymerizing a conjugated diene compound and an aromatic vinyl compound and has a group having an active hydrogen and a group capable of chemically binding to a silica, (B) a silica, (C) a silane coupling agent (1) capable of reacting with a carbon-carbon double bond
of the conjugated diene in the conjugated diene rubber, and (D) a silane coupling agent (II) capable of reacting with the group having an active hydrogen; a method for producing a rubber composition, which comprises mixing the above-mentioned composition; and a tire which is obtained by crosslinking and molding the rubber composition obtained by the method for production.
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Groups Ernei Structure and Paingeni
In the presence of unsaturated silane, the double bond
on the silane can react with PP macroradical, which results in a stable grafted PP macroradical.
1] were used to quantify the silane incorporation and the terminal double bond
formation, respectively [10,11].
in the sidewalls of tires which typically have a high double bond
concentration due to the NR and BR in these compounds (figure 2).
Displacement of double bond
between 4,5-position in 1,2-vinyl units with 3,4-position in the 1,4-trans units desheilded -CH- protons to 2.
Contract notice: replacement of a 225 000 v underground double bond
in oleostatic cables by retrofitting.
1H-NMR spectrum showed the characteristic signal for olefinic proton of trisubstituted double bond
at I' 5.
Another story looks at the potential replacement of one of butyl rubber's carbon-carbon double bonds
with a phosphorus-carbon double bond
, allowing for chemical transformation of this rubber polymer.
an acryloyl, the acceptor), acidic C-H bonds (as present in aceto-acetate and malonate moieties, the donor), and a base catalyst strong enough to abstract the proton of this C-H bond yielding a nucleophilic carbanion that can add to the double bond
During isomerization oleic acid with one double bond
forms one trans isomer, linoleic acid with two double bonds
forms three trans isomers and linolenic acid with three double bonds
forms 7 trans isomers.