An FTIR study has been performed on two low molecular weight model compounds of diethylmaleate functionalized polyethylene, ethyl 3-carbethoxy-4-propylheptanoate (EPH) and ethyl 3-carbethoxy-4-hexyldecanoate (EHD), recording spectra in different solvents (heptane, tetrahydrofuran, carbon tctrachloride, chloroform) and in the presence of a presumable PVC model, 2-chlorobutane (2CB). These different systems allowed the observation of some correlations between spectroscopic data and chemical composition of solutions and functionalized polyethylene/PVC blends, supporting the hypothesis of specific hydrogen bond type interactions between the carboxylic oxygen of the functionalized polyethylene and the methinic hydrogens of PVC.
|Autori:||RUGGERI G; BERTANI R; AGLIETTO M; D'ALESSIO A; BENEDETTI E|
|Titolo:||ON THE NATURE OF INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS IN POLYMER BLENDS - USE OF MODEL COMPOUNDS AS A TOOL FOR INVESTIGATING POLYMER-POLYMER MISCIBILITY|
|Anno del prodotto:||1994|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1002/pi.1994.210340101|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|