N-phenyl-2-benzoyl-3-m-phenoxymethylpenicillin as antioxidant vulcanization of rubbers

 

The invention relates to new chemical compound, namely N-phenyl-2-benzoyl-3-m-phenoxymethylpenicillin, which can be used as antioxidant vulcanization of rubbers. Chemical compound has the formula (1) and it is obtained by the reaction of condensation of aldehydes with amines. 2-benzoyl-3-m-phenoxyphenyl-2-propenal subjected to interaction with aniline in the presence of a solvent of toluene at 120oC for 2 h After distillation of the toluene, the product was then purified by distillation under vacuum. The connection is a viscous yellow liquid, soluble in diethyl ether, acetone, benzene. The technical result when using the compounds according to the invention is to increase the heat resistance of the vulcanizates. table 2.

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N-phenyl-2-benzoyl-3-m-phenoxymethylpenicillin formulaas an antioxidant vulcanization of rubbers.

 

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