Notes: Oxidation of Hindered Phenols. IX. Equilibria Between Phenoxy Radicals
Mechanism of polyethylene oxidation
Acetic and formic acids and acetone are products of the oxidation of propylene and ethylene polymers and copolymers. The two- and three-carbon products can be accounted for as the result of… Expand
Products of the oxidation of rubber. I. Compounds boiling lower than water
Products of the oxidation of cis-polyisoprene boiling lower than water have been resolved and identified. They are: acetaldehyde, methyl formate, propionaldehyde, acetone, methanol, sylvan,… Expand
Communications- Volatile Methyl Ketone Formed in Rubber Oxidation
Substrates for Gas Chromatography of Polar Compounds.
Notes - Oxidation of Hindered Phenols. VI. Oxidative Decarboxylation of 3,5-Di-t-butyl-4-hydroxybenzoic Acid
The scission step in hevea oxidation
Three recent attempts to formulate a reaction mechanism for scission during the oxidation of rubber have been evaluated with respect to their predictions concerning the formation of formic acid and… Expand
Continuous Wound Toroidal Aircraft Tire.
Abstract : The primary objective of the program was to establish basic design requirements for a toroidal continuous wound aircraft tire concept. Using these basic design requirements, tires were… Expand