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Materiale Plastice
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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2003, Volume 40, Issue 3,



Sanda Visan, Virginia Ciobotaru, Gheorghe Coara, Margareta Florescu

Considerations Regarding the Compatibility of some Rubber Structures with Leather Wastes


Abstract:
The research investigated the compatibility between the styrene-butadiene rubber mix and wastage materials of finite cromated leather in order to obtain products necessary in various industries or specifically in the leather and shoes industry. The researchers immersed multiple composite samples containing rubber and various proportions of leather-wastage in three solvents: benzene,carbon-tetrachloride and cloroform. The samples where then monitored during their expansion in time and the changes that occurred in the IR spectra. The studies have demonstrated the material compatibility confirmed also by mechano-physical determinations.


Keywords:
styrene-butadiene rubber and waste of leather composite; expansion in solvent; IR spectral analysis

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