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rub·ber

(rŭb'ĕr),
The prepared inspissated milky juice of Hevea brasiliensis and other Hevea species (family Euphorbiaceae), known in commerce as pure Para rubber; used in the manufacture of various plasters, tissues, bandages, and in other applications.

rubber

See condom.

rubber

Sexology
noun Condom (US).
 
Vox populi
noun Eraser (UK).
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The cost reductions will clearly be available in truck tyres which use a lot more butyl rubber.
This paper describes the results of our recent experiments related to the recycling of tire-curing bladder (Carbon black (CB)-filled butyl rubber cured by phenolic resin) by means of ultrasonic devulcanization in a grooved barrel reactor.
ExxonMobil Chemical Butyl Polymers business is the world's leader in butyl technology, services and products, with more than 65 years of butyl rubber experience.
This is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Butyl Rubber industry.
RS Butyl rubber is essentially poly(isobutene) with two mol per cent of isoprene in the polymer chain.
The boots have three sets of buttons with butyl rubber straps to secure the boots.
By reducing the amount of butyl rubber required, the tire's mass would be reduced.
Lanxess of Leverkusen, Germany, reports that, since the end of December 2005, it has cut back production of butyl rubber at its site in Samia, Ontario, Canada.
Butyl rubber is reported to have very low permeability to gases or liquids [8-11].
Take halogenated butyl rubber (HIIR) and high-temperature silicone rubber for example:
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-24 Sealants Defined II-24 Classification of Sealants Based on Chemical Constitution II-24 Acrylic Emulsion Sealants II-24 Butyl Rubber based Sealants II-24 Plastisols II-25 End-Use Industries II-25 Polysulfide Sealants II-26 Polyurethane Sealants II-26 Silicone Sealants II-26 Other Sealant Types II-26 Silyl Modified Polymers II-26 Styrene Butadiene Rubber based Sealants II-27 Thermoplastic Rubber based Sealants II-27 Polyvinyl-based Sealants II-27 Polyvinyl Alcohol based Sealants II-27 Polyvinyl Chloride-based Sealants II-27 Reclaimed Rubber based Sealants II-28 Epoxy Sealants II-28 Oleoresinous Sealants II-28 Anaerobic Sealants II-28 Latex Sealants II-28 Bitumen based Sealants II-29 Key End-Use Applications of Sealants II-29 4.
Polyisobutylene (PIB) or butyl rubber (IIR) is a commercial synthetic rubber used for manufacturing a range of products such as innerliners of tires, additives for motor oils, adhesive tapes, sealants, stoppers for medical bottles and sports equipment among others.