Polymers with Heterocyclic Rings in the Chain

  • J. P. Critchley
  • G. J. Knight
  • W. W. Wright

Abstract

During the late 1950s and early 1960s, requirements for thermally stable materials produced a rapid growth in new but impracticable polymer. Impracticable because, at that time, the criterion of thermal stability was narrowly interpreted as the capacity of such polymers to withstand high temperatures over long periods in air. Thus aromatic polymers, including a number of heteroaromatic systems, were produced with excellent thermo-oxidative stability, but which, because they were intractable and infusible “brick-dusts,” had no practical value. Attempts to capitalize on the thermal stability of these materials involved introducing a degree of tractability into the system. In the case of highly conjugated aromatic polymers, as has already been seen, flexible (hinge) groups—linking the rings—led to increases in both molecular weight and tractability, but almost inevitably this was accompanied by a reduction in thermo-oxidative stability.

Keywords

Heterocyclic Ring Direct Bond Syntactic Foam Amic Acid Aromatic Diamine 
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  • J. P. Critchley
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  1. 1.Royal Aircraft EstablishmentFarnboroughEngland

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