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The remaining double bonds from the (usually unconjugated) diene compound are not in the backbone, because otherwise the name would be EPDR, R for rubber (which is not a common material afaik). That makes it resistant to oxonolysis, which cuts the backbone of butadiene or isoprene based rubbers, especially under mechanical load, because the latter exposes ...


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