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    標題: Properties of Novel Polyimides Containing Bismaleimide and Cyclic Phosphine Oxide
    作者: Pai-Feng Tsai
    Chyong-Fen Wu
    Yu-Che Hsiao
    Min-Da Shau
    貢獻者: 職業安全衛生系
    生物科技系
    關鍵字: Char yield
    Curing of polymers
    Polyimides
    Thermal properties
    日期: 2009-11
    上傳時間: 2010-10-27 14:14:33 (UTC+8)
    摘要: New polyimide polymers with phosphorus in the main chain were obtained from synthesized bismaleimide (EPBMI) cured with three types of curing agents: 4,4′-bismaleimidodiphenylmethane (BDM), 4,4′-bismaleimidodiphenyl- ether (BDE), and 4,4′-bismaleimidodiphenylsulfone (BDS). In addition, the compositions of the new polymers synthesized with these three curing agents (BDM, BDE, and BDS) were used to compare the curing reactivity and thermal properties of EPBMI to conventional bismaleimide (EBMI). The reactivities were measured by differential scanning calorimetry. Thermogravimetric analysis revealed the polymers, obtained through the curing reactions between EPBMI and the three curing agents mentioned also demonstrated excellent thermal properties and a high char yield compared to the EPBMI homopolymer.
    關聯: Journal of Polymer Research 16(6):p.673-680
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