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Strained polycarbonate-polyurethanes with linear and branched diisocyanates

Laura Ruth Kuhn

Strained polycarbonate-polyurethanes with linear and branched diisocyanates

an in vitro biodegradation study.

by Laura Ruth Kuhn

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This thesis investigates linear (hexane diisocyanate, HDI) versus branched (lysine diisocyanate, LDI) hard segments, and strain effects on hydrogen bonding (HB) and biodegradation in two 14C-materials. One contained pure HDI hard-segments (100%HDI) and the other (75%HDI) was a 3:1 blend of two polymers: 100%HDI and 100%LDI (polymer containing only LDI hard-segments). HB was determined using infrared spectroscopy (under strain, 0-15%). Biodegradation was conducted by exposing polymer films at the above strains to a macrophage-like cell line and 14C-release monitored. With higher molecular weight materials (>105 polystyrene equiv.), 75%HDI degraded < 100%HDI (p < 0.05). With lower molecular weight materials than the above, 75%HDI degraded six times > 100%HDI (p < 0.05). No statistical differences in degradation were found for the strain levels despite their evident differences in HB. Mathematical modeling of intramolecular interactions suggested that chain rearrangements for hard and soft segments accounted for the observations in the degradation studies.

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Pagination131 leaves.
Number of Pages131
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Open LibraryOL19216307M
ISBN 100494071346

USA US09/, USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords polymer mixture tde stirred oxidation Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Polyurethanes (PU) are produced through a complex synthesis between isocyanates (with at least 2 -N=C=O groups in the molecule) and polyols (with 2 or more hydroxyl groups, -OH, in the molecule), in the presence of suitable catalysts (systems based on aliphatic amines and/or organic tin salts).

Markets & Applications Add value to your polyurethane material coatings, adhesives or polymers by using ETERNACOLL ® polycarbonate diols and ETERNATHANE ® polycarbonate-based urethane prepolymers!. The customizable nature of these products gives you the best of the outstanding properties required to meet your business needs for high performance and durability across your Polyurethane. Because a variety of diisocyanates and a wide range of polyols can be used to produce polyurethane, a broad spectrum of materials can be produced to meet the needs of specific applications. It does not matter where you look, you are likely to find polyurethanes. Polyurethanes can be a found in mattresses, couches, insulation, liquid coatings.

2. diisocyanates 3. short-chain diols The polyols and the short-chain diols react with the diisocyanates through polyaddition to form linear polyurethane. Flexible segments are created by the reaction of the polyol with the diisocyanate. The combination of diisocyanate with short-chain diol produces the rigid component (rigid segment).   The key difference between polyurethane and polycarbonate is that polyurethane has urethane linkages whereas polycarbonate has carbonate groups.. Both polyurethane and polycarbonates are polymer compounds having a complex structure containing a large number monomers. Most of the times, we name the polymer material depending on the type of monomer(s) used in the production.


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Thus, TPU products are produced from earlier synthesized polymers in the form of granules. Nonisocyanate polyurethanes (NIPU) are a solution for the problem of toxicity, moisture sensitivity and phosgene-based synthesis of diisocyanates and polyisocyanates.

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elasticity then produces stress–strain isotherms suitable for. Quasi static experiments were conducted at three strain rates: /s, /s, and /s. Figure 2 shows a representative stress strain curve at each rate.

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