Influence of Mechanical Activation Parameters on the Aggregate Size, Texture, and Functional Composition of the Surface of Carbon Black
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The influence of mechanical activation parameters (acceleration of milling bodies and activation time) on the morphology, texture, and functional composition of the surface of P514 and N375 carbon black was studied. Mechanical activation of carbon black leads to a decrease in the carbon black aggregate size and in the dibutyl phthalate adsorption and to an increase in the ash residue. Rubber stocks were prepared from SKMS-30 ARK rubber and mechanically activated carbon black, and their physicomechanical properties after vulcanization were determined.
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