A study of the effect of molecular weight epoxy and allylic oligomers on the molecular mobility and properties of epoxy-allylic polymers
The influence of initial molecular weight oligomers on molecular mobility and the properties of epoxy-allylic polymers (EAPs) was considered. Obtaining of EAPs with no signs of phase separation due to the presence of general epoxy-diane structural fragments in epoxy and allylic oligomers was found. It is shown that the maximum values of adhesive and cohesive properties are observed in EAPs when combined in a grid structure formed of rigid and flexible fragments—relaxation oscillators.
Keywordskinetic mobility of structural elements adhesive and cohesive characteristics curing agents
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