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Modified Soybean Oil as a Nonvolatile Additive for Polymers. 1. Amines Bonded on Oil

P. Citovický, J. Sedlář, V. Chrástová, and M. Ondáš

department of Plastics and Rubber, Faculty of Chemical Technology, Slovak Technical University, SK-812 37 Bratislava


Abstract: The commercial epoxidized and with butanol esterified soybean and sunflower oil was by means of epoxy groups chemically modified with low-molecular compounds having an amine hydrogen. The conditions of the reaction, possibility of its catalysis and rate constants were referred. If compounds with special effect were bonded on the oil, a material with preconditions for use as nonvolatile additive for polymers was prepared. It is possible to attain the increase of molecular mass of additives by transforming them into calcium salt. The modified oil is thermally more stable than the original oil.

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Chemical Papers 47 (5) 325–330 (1993)

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