Studies on the properties and the thermal decomposition kinetics of natural rubber prepared with calcium chloride
Li, Chengpeng, Zhong, Jie-ping, Yang, Lei, Li, Si-dong, Kong, Lingxue and Hou, Ting-ting 2010, Studies on the properties and the thermal decomposition kinetics of natural rubber prepared with calcium chloride, E-polymers, vol. 072, pp. 1-9.
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To evaluate calcium chloride coagulation technology, two kinds of raw natural rubber samples were produced by calcium chloride and acetic acid respectively. Plasticity retention index (PRI), thermal degradation process, thermal degradation kinetics and differential thermal analysis of two samples studied. Furthermore, thermal degradation activation energy, pre-exponential factor and rate constant were calculated. The results show that natural rubber produced by calcium chloride possesses good mechanical property and poor thermo-stability in comparison to natural rubber produced by acetic acid.
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