Davletbaeva I.M. - Chemistry, technology and properties of synthetic rubber_ tutorial-Казанский наци

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Ministry of Education and Science of Russian FederationFederal State Educational Establishment of higher education«Kazan National Research Technological University»I.M. Davletbaeva, D.V. Beskrovniy, O.R. GumerovaCHEMISTRY, TECHNOLOGYAND PROPERTIES OF SYNTHETICRUBBERTutorialKazanKNRTU Publishing2013
UDC678(075.8)Davletbaeva I.M.Chemistry, technology and properties of synthetic rubber : tutorial /I.M. Davletbaeva, D.V. Beskrovniy, O.R. Gumerova; Ministry of Educa-tion and Science of Russian Federation, Kazan National Research Techno-logical University. – Kazan : KNRTU Publishing, 2013. – 201 p.ISBN 978-5-7882-1416-0The manual is intended for the 5th year students of the PolymerFaculty of 020015 "Chemical Technology" course. The manual reflects thecurrent state of the elastomers science and production technologies. Thefocus is on technological methods, based on the scientific understanding ofthe chemistry in the synthesis of general-purpose and special rubbers, theirproperties and applications.The content of the manual corresponds to the program of the course"Technology of Elastomers".Published by the decision of the Editing and Publishing Board ofKazan National Research Technological UniversityReviewers:Head of Organic Chemistry Department, KFU,I.S. Antipin, Dr. of Chem., corr. member of RASHead of Materials Science and TechnologyDepartment, KNRTU,E.R. Galimov, Dr. of Eng.,professorISBN 978-5-7882-1416-0© Davletbaeva I.M., Beskrovniy D.V.,Gumerova O.R., 2013© Kazan National ResearchTechnological University, 2013
3CONTENTS1 INTRODUCTION61.1 Elastomers Classification61.2. Structural Characteristics of Elastomers andtheir Properties121.3 Status of Synthetic Rubber Industry221.4 Main Stages of Polymerization Processes321.5 Methods of Polymerization351.6 Heat Exchange in Polymerization371.7 Rubber Separation412EXAMPLESOFTECHNOLOGICALPROCESSES OF PRODUCTION OF SYNTHETICRUBBER422.1 Obtaining Solution Stereoregular IsopreneRubber Using Anionic Coordination Catalysts422.2 Drying of Solvent472.3 Preparation of Catalyst Complex492.4 Polymerization of Isoprene512.5 Deactivation of Catalyst Complex522.6 Degassing of Polymerizate552.7 Rubber Separation, Drying and Packing572.8 Secondary Operations592.8.1 Preparation of Stabilizer Suspensionand Stopper Solution592.8.2 Preparation of Antiagglomerator602.9ObtainingButadiene-Styrene(α-Methylstyrene) Rubbers by Free Radical Initiationof Emulsion Polymerization612.9.1 Initiation of Polymerization612.9.2 Reactions of Polymer Chain Growth642.9.3 Chain Termination and Transfer642.9.4ComponentsofEmulsionPolymerization652.9.5 Polymerization Rate682.9.6ProcessofObtainingStyrene-68
4Butadiene Rubbers2.10 Technology of Butyl Rubber Obtaining withCationic Initiation in Methyl Chloride712.11 Batch Preparation, Copolymerization andRubber Separation752.12ProducingEthylene-PropyleneandStereoblock Propylene Rubbers by Gas-PhasePolymerization with Metallocene Catalysts782.12.1 Chemical Structure of ElastomericPolyolefins782.12.2 Metallocene Catalysts792.12.3 Obtaining Ethylene-Propylene Rubber84

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Term
Fall
Professor
O'NEIL
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Polymer, Test, The American, Synthetic rubber, NR

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