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|Title: ||Review of the permeation of organic substances through rubber latex films|
|Authors: ||Morris M. D.|
Amir Hashim M. Y.
|Issue Date: ||1994|
|Citation: ||Journal of Natural Rubber Research, 9 (4), p. 241-252|
|Abstract: ||Literature describing experimental methods, reporting data and discussing theory relating to permeation is reviewed. Emphasis is placed on data from natural rubber latex films and comparison of such films with other materials used+ in elastomeric gloves. In total, permeation data for 40 permeants and 30 glove materials is covered. Large discrepancies are noted in results obtained from different laboratories and these can only partly be attributed to differences in experimental + methods. Overall, natural rubber generally provides better resistance than silicone or PVC materials but are inferior to nitrile or Neoprene-based materials, particularly in resistance to hydrocarbons. Theories describing permeation rate and lag time in + terms of Ficks laws are described, and the dependence of diffusion coefficient on concentration is discussed.|
|Related document: ||http://vitaldoc.lgm.gov.my:8060/vital/access/servi...|
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