Two different monosaccharide acrylate monomers were designed and synthesized from glucose and galactose, and were then used to prepare transparent acrylic pressure sensitive adhesives (PSAs) comprised of semi-interpenetrated structured polymer networks. The effects of the monosaccharide architecture in the acrylate monomers on the adhesive performance of the acrylic PSAs were investigated. Prepared UV-curable acrylic PSA syrups were characterized and the optical properties of the acrylic PSAs were also examined. All of the acrylic PSAs exhibited high transparency in the visible wavelength region. With increasing monosaccharide acrylate concentration in the acrylic PSAs, adhesive performances such as the peel strength, cohesion strength, and probe tack were increased. However, there was no difference in their adhesive performances regardless of the different chemical structures of monosaccharide acrylate monomers.
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives – Elsevier
Published: Oct 1, 2016
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