Bénéfice de l’extrusion réactive au cours de la synthèse de polyhydroxyuréthane par aminolyse de carbonates cycliques
Lipides, Acides gras, Lipochimie, Polyurethane
Nouvelle publication du département Lipochimie « Benefit of the reactive extrusion in the course of polyhydroxyurethanes synthesis by aminolysis of cyclic carbonates »
Auteurs : F. Magliozzi, G. Chollet, E. Grau, H. Cramail
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2019
Replacing toxic isocyanates and petro-based reactants currently employed for PUs synthesis is nowadays a major concern. Among all the possible routes to isocyanate-free PUs, aminolysis of cyclic carbonates, leading to Poly(HydroxyUrethane)s seems to be one of the most promising pathways. Herein, we discuss the added value brought by the reactive extrusion process on PHU synthesis. In order to evaluate the benefit and the versatility of the process, three different bis-cyclic carbonates exhibiting different reactivity (Diglycerol Dicarbonate, Seb-bCC-ester and one bisCC containing amide function, Und-6DA-bisCC), were tested in the course of polymerization with different diamines. The PHUs synthesized through reactive extrusion were then compared with the ones obtained through classical bulk polymerizations in terms of kinetics, PHU molar masses and side reactions, clearly demonstrating the benefit of the extrusion process.
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