The influence of the curing conditions and dibutyl phthalate additions on the physicomechanical properties of cured polyepoxides based on ED-20 resin and 4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane curing agent was examined. An increase in the curing temperature over 150°С does not noticeably influence the physicomechanical properties of the cured resin, and keeping of the reaction mixture at 180°С for 12 h leads to a considerable decrease in the glass transition temperature of the polymer. Addition of dibutyl phthalate in concentrations of up to 10 wt % decreases the glass transition teperature of the polymer by 44°C, but with increasing concentration of dibutyl phthalate the elastic modulus increases and the breaking strain slightly decreases. The dependence of the ultimate strength on the dibutyl phthalate concentration passes through a maximum at 3 wt % dibutyl phthalate.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 3, 2016
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