SBR Rubber
Title: SBR Rubber
Additional Names: Styrene-butadiene rubber; GR-S; Government Rubber Styrene
Literature References: General-purpose synthetic rubbers that were originally produced in government owned plants as GR-S. They are copolymers obtained by the polymerization of butadiene and styrene in a ratio of approx 3:1. The chains contain a random sequence of the two monomers. Very similar in composition to Buna S (I. G. Farben) , Kraton (Shell) , Solprene (Phillips Petr.) , Stereon (Firestone) . Review: P. Schneider et al., in Ullmann, Encyklop├Ądie der technischen Chemie, 3 Aufl., Bd. IX (M├╝nchen-Berlin, 1957) p 331; M. Morton, Introduction to Rubber Technology (Reinhold, 1959) pp 56 and 256-284; R. G. Bauer in Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology vol. 8 (Wiley-Interscience, New York, 3rd ed., 1979) pp 608-625.
Use: In tires, adhesives, chewing gum.

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