FT-IR Spectroscopy, a major tool for the analysis of peroxide vulcanization processes in the presence of coagents. I. Mechanism of EPM peroxide vulcanization with aromatic bis(allyl)esters as coagents

H.G. Dikland, L. van der Does, A. Bantjes

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    Title of host publicationRubber Chemistry and Technology/Measuring techniques in Rubber Research 01-04-92
    Place of PublicationUT, Enschede
    Pages196-212
    Number of pages17
    Publication statusPublished - 18 Jan 1993

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    Dikland, H. G., van der Does, L., & Bantjes, A. (1993). FT-IR Spectroscopy, a major tool for the analysis of peroxide vulcanization processes in the presence of coagents. I. Mechanism of EPM peroxide vulcanization with aromatic bis(allyl)esters as coagents. In Rubber Chemistry and Technology/Measuring techniques in Rubber Research 01-04-92 (pp. 196-212). UT, Enschede.