ASTM-D2522 › Standard Test Method for Chlorine Content of Polybutenes Used for Electrical Insulation (Withdrawn 2017)
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1.1 This test method describes the determination of the total chloride content of polybutenes used for electrical insulation.
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Significance and Use
Chlorine is normally present in polybutenes in small amounts, usually below 50 ppm, as organically bound chlorine. Inorganic chloride is normally not present.
Note 1—The qualitative presence or absence of inorganic chloride may be tested by Test Method D 878
chlorine; electrical; insulating; insulation; polybutenes; Chlorine content; Electrical insulating materials; Electrical insulating oils; Insulation; Polybutylene (PB); ICS Number Code 29.035.20 (Plastic and rubber insulating materials)
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