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Rubber Antioxidant IPPD(4010NA)
1.101-72-4
2.Professional production factory
3.High quality
4.Used in the manufacture of tire

market price for carbon black  /Rubber Antioxidant IPPD(4010NA)/ CAS No:101-72-4

(1)Product Name:       Rubber Antioxidant IPPD (4010NA)

(2)Chemical Name:       N-isopropyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylene diamine

(3)Structure:

market price for carbon black /Rubber Antioxidant IPPD(4010NA)/ CAS No:101-72-4

(4)Molecular Formula:      C15H18N2

(5)Molecular Weight :      226.4

(6)CAS:     101-72-4

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Appearance(eye measurement)

dark brown to dark violet pastilles

Initial M.P.,°C   ≥

70.0

Heating loss %   ≤

0.30

Ash content %  ≤

0.20

(GC)/Assay %  ≥

95.0

Properties

Grayish purple to purple brown pastilles. Relative density is 1.14g/cm3. Soluble in benzene, acetone, ethyl acetate,

Carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, etc. Difficultly soluble in gasoline. Insoluble in water.

Application

It is an excellent and universal antioxidant used for natural rubber, synthetic rubber and latex. Better protective

performance of ozone, flex cracking, also the excellent protective agent for the heat, oxygen, light and the general

aging. It is able to inhibit harmful metals. It is mainly used in tires, rubber hose, belt and industrial rubber products.

Storage

The product should be sealed and stored in the dry, cool, well-ventilated area. Avoid exposure to direct

sunlight.

Packaging

25kg plastic woven bag lined with plastic film bag,kraft paper bag.

Following is our main products

Intermediate

                Benzothiazole;  MBT-NA

Rubber Accelerator

Thiazoles

MBT(M);   MBTS(DM);   ZMBT(MZ)

Sulfonamides

CBS(CZ);  MBS(NOBS);  NS(TBBS);  DCBS(DZ)

Dithiocarbamates

ZDEC(EZ);  ZDMC(PZ);  ZDBC(BZ)

Thiurams

TMTD(TT);  TMTM(TS)

Guanidines

DPG(D)

Rubber Antioxidant

                A(PAN);  D(PBN);  RD(TMQ);  4010(IPPD);  4020(6PPD);  BLE

Antisorching Agent

                PVI(CTP)

Rubber Vulcanizing Agent

                DTDM;  Insoluble Sulfur

Our Rubber Accelerator IPPD (4010NA)  is produced by new technology---"enclosed clean

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