The mechanism of structural transformation of divinylaromatic formulations containing methacrylates of secondary aromatic alcohols and diols into heat-resistant and strong glassy network polymers was examined. The structure and properties of the products were studied. The Rolivsans prepared demonstrate the possibility of chemical construction of high-temperature thermosets in which molecules with thermally stable ether groups and labile ester groups, providing excellent process properties of the formulation in the low-temperature step of the reactive forming, are capable of transforming into heat-resistant network polymers.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 17, 2010
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