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Fluorine Containing Elastomers

Report Number: WADC TR 52-191 Part 1
Author(s): O. R. Pierce; E. T. Mcbee
Corporate Author: Purdue Research Foundation
Laboratory: Materials Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1952-10
Pages: 68
Contract: AF 33(038)-20581
Project: None Given
PB Number: PB111284
AD Number: AD0001121
Original AD Number: 1121

Abstract:
Fluorine-containing silicones were synthesized by reacting an F - containing Grignard reagent with SiClsub4, or tetraethyl silicate, and hydrolyzing the monomer silane product. The F-containing styrenes (3-(trifluoro-methyl)stryene, 3,5,-bis(trifluormoethyl)styrene, and 2,5,-bis(trifluoromethyl) styrene) were copolymerized with butadiene by an emulsion technique. These materials are to be evaluated as low-temperature, fuel-resistant elastomers. A literature review of fluorinated styrenes and butadienes is appended.

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