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Process for Forming an Organic Polymer in a Reaction of a Polyene, an Epoxy Resin and a Mixture of Thiol and Amine Curing Agents
(2015)
  • Adam C. Colson, Dow Global Technologies LLC
  • William Heath, Dow Global Technologies LLC
  • Phillip S. Athey, Dow Global Technologies LLC
  • Harshad M. Shah, Dow Global Technologies LLC
  • Qiuyun Xu, Dow Global Technologies LLC
  • Nathan Wilmot, Dow Global Technologies LLC
Abstract
Polymers are prepared from a reaction mixture that contains a polyene compound, an epoxy resin, a mixture of a thiol curing agent and an amine curing agent, and a basic catalyst. The polyene compound has an average of at least two groups containing aliphatic carbon-carbon double bonds capable of reaction with a thiol group. At least one of said aliphatic carbon-carbon double bonds is separated from each other said aliphatic carbon-carbon double bond by an aliphatic spacer group having a weight of at least 500 atomic mass units. These polymers are typically phase-separated materials having good elongation and tensile properties.
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Publication Date
June 25, 2015
Citation Information
Adam C. Colson, William Heath, Phillip S. Athey, Harshad M. Shah, et al.. "Process for Forming an Organic Polymer in a Reaction of a Polyene, an Epoxy Resin and a Mixture of Thiol and Amine Curing Agents" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/adam-colson/10/