The autoxidation of hydrocarbons is probably the most extensively studied of all chemical reactions. This statement has been attributed to Bateman1) whose pioneering research at the British Rubber Producer’s Association between 1954 and 1964 established the mechanism for the low-temperature oxidation (autoxidation) of low-molecular weight hydrocarbons as models for natural rubber. Accepting the validity of this conclusion, today it may be said that reactions responsible for stabilization of hydrocarbons and hydrocarbon polymers have been even more extensively studied.
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- Stabilization Against Thermal Oxidation
Dr. W. Lincoln Hawkins
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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