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    Title: 水性環氧樹脂與環氮乙烷型架橋劑之自行架橋型反應的膜性質探討
    Other Titles: Self-Curing Reaction of Aqueous-Based Epoxy Dispersion with Aziridinyl Curing Agent
    Authors: 王志偉;王世杰;陳博正;陳威仁;陳幹男
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系
    Keywords: Water-reducible;Epoxy resin;Self-curable
    Date: 2007-01
    Issue Date: 2014-02-09 07:42:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本篇所選擇的環氧樹脂(NPES-904,環氧當量818,以下簡稱EP) repeat unit n > 4,做為與架橋劑連結的骨架。水性環氧樹脂(WEP)的製備是利用環氧樹脂與馬來酐行半酯化反應,使環氧樹脂帶有酸基的官能基,再將其利用三乙胺中和並分散於水溶液中。而WEP分別與不同劑量的TMPTA-AZ架橋劑做自生架橋反應,並對所成的薄膜做物理與熱性質的探討。
    An epoxy resin (NPES-904, equivalent epoxy weight is 818 g/eq, EP) with a repeating unit, n > 4 was selected as a polymer for aziridinyl curing agent. Water-reducible epoxy resin, (WEP) was prepared by a half-etherification of its secondary hydroxyl group with malefic anhydride and then dispersed to aqueous phase after it was neutralized with triethylamine. WEP was curing with a various dosages of TMPTA-AZ. The physical and thermal properties of epoxy resins films were evaluate.
    Relation: 2007高分子聯合會議論文集=Proceedings of 2007 Annual Polymer Conference,2頁
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