Synthetic resins or natural rubbers -- part of the class 520 ser – Synthetic resins – Mixing of two or more solid polymers; mixing of solid...
C525S332600, C525S332700, C524S571000, C524S201000, C524S202000, C524S203000, C524S211000, C524S216000
The invention pertains to an accelerator system, such as an accelerator system for synthetic polyisoprene latex. The accelerator system comprises dithiocarbamate and thiourea and can produce synthetic polyisoprene films having a tensile strength of about 3,000 psi to about 5,000 psi at low curing temperatures. The invention also pertains to a method for curing synthetic polyisoprene latex.
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