wo2013182594a3-rubber blends containing silicic acid

  • wo2013182594a2 - rubber blends containing silicic acid

    WO2013182594A2 - Rubber blends containing silicic acid

    The invention relates to a rubber blend containing silicic acid, said blend being produced from at least one rubber, an alkoxysilane containing sulphur, a vulcanising agent, a filler, optionally other auxiliary products for rubber and between 0.1 and 15 phr of a polysulphide additive of formula (I), where x represents 0, 1 or 2, Y represents an optionally substituted aliphatic, cycloaliphatic

  • wo2013182610a2 - rubber blends containing silicic acid

    WO2013182610A2 - Rubber blends containing silicic acid

    The invention relates to a rubber blend containing silicic acid, said blend being produced from at least one rubber, an alkoxysilane containing sulphur, a vulcanising agent, a filler and optionally other auxiliary products for rubber.

  • ep2858832a2 - rubber blends containing silicic acid

    EP2858832A2 - Rubber blends containing silicic acid

    The invention relates to a rubber blend containing silicic acid, said blend being produced from at least one rubber, an alkoxysilane containing sulphur, a vulcanising agent, a filler and optionally other auxiliary products for rubber.

  • us patent for rubber blends containing silicic acid

    US Patent for Rubber blends containing silicic acid

    The present invention relates to a silica-containing rubber mixture produced from at least one rubber, one sulphur-containing alkoxysilane, one crosslinking agent, one filler, and optionally further rubber auxiliary products and from 0.1 to 15 phr of a polysulphide additive of the formula (I) A-S—(S)x—S—Y—S—(S)x—S-A (I) where x is 0, 1 or 2, Y is an aliphatic, cycloaliphatic or

  • ep0489313a1 - rubber vulcanisates with good mechanical

    EP0489313A1 - Rubber vulcanisates with good mechanical

    Rubber blends containing silicic acid and comprising additives containing sulphur US9790352B2 (en) 2012-06-06: 2017-10-17: Lanxess Deutschland Gmbh: Rubber blends

  • in situ polymerization of silicic acid in polyethylene–octene

    In situ polymerization of silicic acid in polyethylene–octene

    Silicic acid produced from sodium metasilicate hydrate and metallocene polyethylene–octene elastomer (POE) were chosen as the ceramic precursor and the continuous phase, respectively, for preparation of new hybrids by an in situ sol–gel process.

  • eco-production of silica from sugarcane bagasse ash for use

    Eco-production of silica from sugarcane bagasse ash for use

    After the acid pre-treatment, the silica content in the ash increased and reduced amounts of metal oxides were detected. The amounts of Al 2 O 3, CaO, SO 3, MgO and K 2 O were significantly

  • a hydrofluoric acid-free method to dissolve and quantify

    A hydrofluoric acid-free method to dissolve and quantify

    An often-insurmountable obstacle for SiO 2-NP fate and hazard research is the challenging analytics of solid particulate silica species, which involves toxic and corrosive hydrofluoric acid (HF).

  • manufacturers | horticultural product sales representive firm

    Manufacturers | Horticultural Product Sales Representive Firm

    The original, patented form of stabilized, bioavailable silicic acid for plants. Often imitated never duplicated. Unlike other silica products, we work with the best possible silicic acid matrix (patented) to enable superior absorption. Power Si is a proprietary organic biomix containing highly bioavailable micro and macro nutrients.

  • sol-gel process

    Sol-Gel Process

    It involves first the formation of a sol containing silicic acid, which condenses to form silica gel where its structural pores are filled with alcohol and water. Such a gel is known as alcogel. The process of gel formation is very slow and it is catalyzed by the presence of both acids and bases.

  • development of proton exchange membranes based on chitosan

    Development of Proton Exchange Membranes Based on Chitosan

    In this study case, the good film-forming and structural properties of chitosan (CTS) impelled us to employ them for developing polyelectrolyte membra…

  • supplement facts energy energy

    Supplement Facts Energy Energy

    Talc, Magnesium Stearate Vegetable Source, Silica. Achieve your daily nutritional goals with customized ingredients plus multivitamins that have more antioxidant power than ever, contain over 30 clinically studied ingredients – and are smaller and easier to swallow. Men’s Health Contains a clinically studied multivitamin blend