Functional, Telechelic Polymers Derived from Reactions of Nucleophilic Oligomers and Alkeynl Azlactones, Part I: Telechelic Acrylamides Derived from Reactions of Alkeynl Azlactones and Amine-Terminated Oligomers
Because of their cost effectiveness and non-polluting nature, so-called 100% solids resin systems that can be converted to finished product on exposure to either electron beam or ultraviolet radiation are an important and permanent part of our present day technology. Applications for these curable systems are wide and extremely varied, from use as protective coatings on wood, metal, glass, and plastics to adhesives and restoratives used in the repair of teeth2.
KeywordsEquivalent Weight Mercuric Acetate Ethyl Chloroformate TELECHELIC Polymer ORTEP Plot
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