Electrical Response of Silanization of Rubber Mixtures

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There are a number of experimental methods aimed at the investigation of structural transformations. These methods differ from each other by a spectrum of quantitative indicators and their application is limited by the nature of investigated structures and processes. In a sense, it is also possible to consider the silanization of rubber mixtures as a structural transformation. Experimental observation of transformations of disordered rubber mixtures type structures can be quite difficult. The contribution deals with the theoretical principles of experimental methodology oriented on the investigation of silanization of rubber mixtures. We analyze the electrical response of rubber mixtures silanization. Our attention is focused on the modeling of a possible electrical response of a chemical reaction in a system consisting of several components. The results of the model are compared with experimental data measured during the silanization reaction in rubber mixtures.

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E. Seliga, O. Bošák, S. Minárik, M. Kubliha, V. Labaš and J. Slabeycius, "Electrical Response of Silanization of Rubber Mixtures," Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2013, pp. 105-111. doi: 10.4236/ampc.2013.32016.

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