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Issue 50, 2016, Issue in Progress

ADMET polymerization of biobased monomers deriving from syringaresinol

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Abstract

Renewable α,ω-dienes have been prepared from syringaresinol, a naturally occurring bisphenol deriving from sinapyl alcohol, and further studied as monomers in ADMET polymerizations. Polymerization was optimized according to catalyst loading and reaction conditions (in mass vs. in solvent), and led to polymers with molecular weight up to 14.1 kDa. Thermal analyses of these new polymers showed excellent thermal stabilities (257–360 °C) and tunable Tg (18–70 °C) depending on the structure of the starting α,ω-diene monomer.

Graphical abstract: ADMET polymerization of biobased monomers deriving from syringaresinol

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Submitted
09 Mar 2016
Accepted
26 Apr 2016
First published
27 Apr 2016

RSC Adv., 2016,6, 44297-44304
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ADMET polymerization of biobased monomers deriving from syringaresinol

L. Hollande, A. S. Jaufurally, P. Ducrot and F. Allais, RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 44297 DOI: 10.1039/C6RA06348A

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