Accession Number : ADA304618

Title :   Hydrolytic Stability of Adiprene L-100 and Alternate Materials.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,

Corporate Author : BENDIX CORP KANSAS CITY MO KANSAS CITY DIV

Personal Author(s) : Caruthers, D. J. ; Griffith, G. W. ; Hyer, R. P. ; Smith, R. M.

PDF Url : ADA304618

Report Date : AUG 1976

Pagination or Media Count : 31

Abstract : Adiprene L-1OO/MOCA and four potential alternate materials were tested after accelerated aging conditions in a steam autoclave. Test methods included: mechanical spectrometry, thermomechanical analysis, infrared analysis, solubility in tetrahydrofuran, and gel permeation chromatrography. Conathane EN-7 was the most resistant to accelerated attack by steam hydrolysis and showed little change in properties after 50 hours exposure.

Descriptors :   *HYDROLYSIS, *GLYCOLS, THERMOMECHANICS, STABILITY, AGING(MATERIALS), DEGRADATION, HIGH TEMPERATURE, SHEAR MODULUS, ELASTOMERS, IRON COMPOUNDS, MOLECULAR STRUCTURE, SOLUBILITY, BUTENES, POLYBUTADIENE, CYANATES, STEAM, VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS, ACCELERATED TESTING, INFRARED SPECTRA, FURANS, HYDROXYL RADICALS, INFRARED SPECTROMETERS, DYNAMIC TESTS, URETHANES, AUTOCLAVES, GEL PERMEATION CHROMATOGRAPHY.

Subject Categories : Organic Chemistry

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE