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Materiale Plastice
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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2006, Volume 43, Issue 2,





Study Regarding New Thermoplastic Ionic Elastomers Obtain Through Chemical Changes of the Existent Products


Abstract:
In this study, the ethylene propylene terpolymer elastomer (EPDM) was chemically changed by sulphonation which was subsequently used in preparing compounds by adding neutralization agents, ionic and non-ionic plasticizers, fillers, and polyolefines with the view to obtain an ionic thermoplastic elastomer based on sulphonated EPDM. The chemical changes in EPDM were revealed in the following ways: measurement of sulphonation reaction yield, FTIR analysis and tests for physical-mechanical characteristics of the unchanged and chemically changed EPDM. The extent to which the neutralization agent, ionic and non-ionic plasticizers, filler, polyolefines are influencing the characteristics of the resulted products was determined with the purpose of selecting the best types of ionic thermoplastic elastomer based on sulphonated EPDM. The new type of thermoplastic ionic elastomer can be processed by adequate techniques for the thermoplastic materials. Key words: chemical change, sulphonated EPDM, thermoplastic ionic elastomer



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