Food Additives and Contaminants
22, No.10, Oct.2005, p.968-74
NEW PHENYLENEDIAMINE ANTIOZONANTS FOR COMMODITIES BASED ON NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC RUBBER
Kruger R H; Boissiere C; Klein-Hartwig K; Kretzschmar H-J
Berlin,Federal Inst.for Mat.Res.& Testing
The migration of toxic primary aromatic amines such as aniline and less toxic secondary aromatic amines derived from a series of phenylenediamine antiozonants containing thioether and sulphoxide groups was investigated using vulcanised styrene-butadiene rubber containing the antiozonants with various food simulants. The results are discussed in comparison with those obtained using N-phenyl-N -(1,3-dimethylbutyl)-p-phenylenediamine as antiozonant. 11 refs.
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