ETHYLMORPHOLINE STANNOUS OCTOTATE is also known as ethylmorpholine stannane octanoate and tin ethylmorpholine. It is an organotin compound commonly used as a stabilizer in the plastic and rubber industries. It helps to protect the rubber and plastic from the damaging effects of oxidation, ultraviolet light, and various other environmental factors.
When rubber is exposed to ETHYLMORPHOLINE STANNOUS OCTOTATE, it can cause a variety of different types of failures. The most common being swelling, cracking, and discoloration of the rubber. Swelling can occur when the rubber is exposed to high temperatures, causing the rubber to expand and lose its shape. Cracking can occur when the rubber is exposed to a variety of chemicals, such as acids and bases, which can cause the rubber to weaken and crack. Discoloration is another common failure that can occur when the rubber is exposed to certain chemicals, causing it to change color or become stained.
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