Stannous sulfate, also known as tin(II) sulfate, is an inorganic compound used in the production of dyes, inks, and pigments. It is also used in the production of rubber, plastics and paper.
When rubber is exposed to stannous sulfate, the most common type of failure is the breakdown of the rubber material due to chemical attack. The stannous sulfate can corrode the rubber, leading to cracks, discoloration, and eventual disintegration. In some cases, stannous sulfate can also cause the rubber to swell, reducing its strength and flexibility.
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