A new procedure was suggested for modification of by-product coke phenols with the aim to eliminate drawbacks revealed in the course of their long-term use as inhibitors of thermal polymerization of unsaturated pyrocondensate components, namely, low inhibiting activity, high water solubility, and unpleasant odor. These drawbacks are eliminated by phenol formaldehyde polycondensation of total phenols, similar to Novolac production.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 17, 2007
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