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Title: Evaluation of Fatty Acid Waste in the Synthesis of Oligo(Ether-Ester)s
Authors: Kocaman, Süheyla
Cerit, A.
Soydal, Ülkü
Martı, M. E.
Ahmetli, G.
Keywords: RESIN
Publisher: HINDAWI LTD
Abstract: In this study, the waste of sunflower oil refinement was converted to a fatty acid glycidyl ester (FAGE). An unsaturated oligo(ether-ester) (OEE) was synthesized by ring-opening polymerization using propylene oxide (PO) and FAGE. Oligo(ether-ester) production was achieved with a high yield of 80% at 5 h and 0 degrees C when the mole ratio of PO : FAGE was 1 : 1. Synthesized OEE was characterized by FTIR and several chemical analysis methods. According to the TGA results, T-5, T-10, and T-50 values of OEE-styrene copolymers increased up to a 7 : 3 mole ratio then decreased. The weight losses of these copolymers changed in the range of 3-5%. The data of longitudinal and transversal wave velocities showed that copolymers with styrene had better elastic properties and impact resistances compared to those with pure polystyrene.
ISSN: 1687-9422
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