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Copolymerization of nitrogen-substituted borazoles with hexamethylene diisocyanate


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    The possibility of the migration copolymerization of N-substituted borazoles and hexamethylene diisocyanate has been shown.

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    The resulting copolymers are little affected by atmospheric moisture, and have high melting points and a large temperature range of elastic properties.

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The authors thank their colleagues of the Laboratory of Polymer Physics for investigating the thermomechanical properties of the polymers.

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Kotshak, V.V., Zamyatina, V.A. & Oganesyan, R.M. Copolymerization of nitrogen-substituted borazoles with hexamethylene diisocyanate. Russ Chem Bull 11, 1580–1581 (1962).

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  • Migration
  • Melting Point
  • Elastic Property
  • Copolymerization
  • High Melting