Effect of temperature and elongation on the liquid diffusion and permeation charactertistics of natural rubber, nitrile rubber, and bromobutyl rubber

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Authors
  1. De Kee, D.
  2. Chan Man Fong, C.F.
  3. Pintauro, P.
  4. Hinestroza, J.
  5. Yuan, G.
  6. Burczyk, A.F.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Suffield, Ralston ALTA (CAN)
Abstract
The diffusive properties of acetone, dichloromethane, and toluene in natural, nitrile, and bromobutyl rubber membranes at temperatures between 273 and 313 K and uniaxial elongation between 0 and 40% were investigated. As the temperature and elongation increase, the steady state flux increases, and the breakthrough time decreases. An increase in temperatures leads to an increase in permeability, and small extension do not cause significant changes in the diffusive properties.
Keywords
Bromobutyl rubber;Nitrile rubber;Natural rubber;Stress-enhanced diffusion;Permeation;Elongation;DCM (Dichloromethane)
Report Number
DRES-SL-2000-057 — Scientific Literature
Date of publication
25 Aug 2000
Number of Pages
10
Reprinted from
Journal of Applied Polymer Science, vol 78, 2000, p 1250-1255
DSTKIM No
CA010474
CANDIS No
514782
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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