Natural rubber antioxidants

Heat the oil directly to 35-60C, add TBHQ in the required proportion, vigorously stir for 10-15 minutes to dissolve it, and then continue stirring (without vigorously stirring to prevent excessive air from entering) for about 20 minutes to ensure uniform distribution of TBHQ.The seed method first completely dissolves TBHQ in a small amount of oil or 95% alcohol solution, and prepares 5-10% TBHQ oil or alcohol solution. Then, directly or with a measuring device, it is added to the fat or oil and stirred evenly.

The antioxidant effect of this product is very ideal, 5-7 times stronger than BHA, BHT, and PG. Suitable for animal and vegetable fats and fatty foods, especially in vegetable oils, it is the preferred antioxidant for salad oil, blended oil, and high cooking oil.

It can effectively delay oil oxidation, improve food stability, and significantly extend the shelf life of oil and fat rich foods.

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T-butylhydroquinone, abbreviated as TBHQ, has a molecular formula of Cl0H1402 and a molecular weight of 166.22. [1] It is a white to light gray crystalline or crystalline powder with a very slight special odor. It is soluble in ethanol, acetic acid, ethyl ester, isopropanol, ether, and oils, and is almost insoluble in water (25 ℃,<1%; 95 ℃, 5%). TBHQ is an oil soluble antioxidant that can prevent or delay the oxidation and deterioration of fats in food. As a food additive, TBHQ has been used in more than 20 countries such as the United States.

At present, the production of tert butyl hydroquinone both domestically and internNatural rubber antioxidantsationally adopts the tert butylation method of hydroquinone, as shown in Figure 2. According to different classifications of alkylation reagents, it can be divided into tert butyl method, isobutylene method, and MTBE method. Due to the high toxicity of MTBE to human beings and the environment, this method is almost limited to theoretical research in the laboratory and cannot be promoted in industrial applications.

DTBHQ antioxidant

The tert butanol method is widely used and can be catalyzed by strong acids such as concentrated sulfuric acid and concentrated phosphoric acid. Both domestic and foreign patent literature have reported this process, such as using toluene or xylene as solvents, the selectivity and yield of this reaction are relatively ideal. In addition, strong acidic ion exchange resins such as D001 and Amberlyst 35, solid acids [5], zeolites [6], and ionic liquids [7] can also be used as catalysts for this reaction, but their catalytic activity is not ideal.

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