Hydrazine and anhydrous hydrazine are common names for chemical compound N2H4. It is used in various industries for a number of purposes including reducing metal oxides, as a fuel for spacecraft, and in water treatment processes.
When rubber is exposed to hydrazine and anhydrous hydrazine, the rubber material can become brittle, oxidize, and degrade. This can lead to the rubber becoming cracked and brittle, losing its elasticity, and becoming more prone to tearing or failing. Additionally, the chemical can cause swelling and discoloration of the rubber material.
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