tin octoate

tin octoate (ok´tōāt),

n substance used to accomplish vulcanization of silicone rubber impression materials. It is not a true catalyst, because it becomes part of the final polymer.
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Nevertheless, the presence of residues was suspected and indirectly shown, such as octanoyl moieties combined to some of the alcoholic chain ends, octanoic acid, and hydroxy tin octoate.
One typical catalyst of this group traditionally used in polylactide synthesis is tin octoate, i.
6, with tin octoate as a catalytic system and introduced into a batch reactor, where the polymerization occurs at reaction temperatures between 130 [degrees] C and 180 [degrees] C.