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Analytical Methods

  • Andre Knop
  • Louis A. Pilato

Abstract

In the pursuit of phenolic resin chemistry, a multitude of analytical methods1, 2) and testing procedures are used to determine product quality, batch consistency, monomer content, resin microstructure, resin macrostructure, and structural configuration of cured resins. Various analytical techniques as well as structural and configurational characteristics of phenolic prepolymers were reviewed by Tsuge3). The summary to 1980 included in excess of 100 references and placed special emphasis on spectroscopic methods. Principles of spectroscopic methods applied to polymers were reviewed by Klopfer4). More modern monomer and polymer analytical procedures are being developed as “systems protocol”by coupling several methods in tandem. Tandem sys­tems such as GC/MS, GC/FTIR, GC/FTIR/MS, GC/LC/MS, NMR/FTIR are rapid, convenient methods that provide a moderately comprehensive assay of phenolic components under investigation.

Keywords

High Performance Liquid Chromatography High Performance Liquid Chromatography Resol Resin High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Andre Knop
    • 1
  • Louis A. Pilato
    • 2
  1. 1.Rütgerswerke AGFrankfurtGermany
  2. 2.Temecon Group International Inc.Bound BrookUSA

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