DIPHENYLPROPANE is also known as diphenylpropane, diphenylmethane, and diphenylmethylene. It is commonly used as a flame retardant in plastic and rubber materials, as well as in textiles, furniture, and electronic components. Common types of failure when rubber is exposed to diphenylpropane are discoloration, cracking, and brittleness. This is due to the reactivity of the diphenylpropane, which causes the rubber to become discolored and brittle over time.
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