replace dop and other plasticizers epoxy fatty acid methyl ester
replace dop and other plasticizers epoxy fatty acid methyl ester
replace dop and other plasticizers epoxy fatty acid methyl ester
replace dop and other plasticizers epoxy fatty acid methyl ester
replace dop and other plasticizers epoxy fatty acid methyl ester
conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

Conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

Fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) can be converted to epoxy plasticizer by in situ auto-catalyzed formation of performic acid (PFA) in a bi-phase reaction system. However, mass transfer effect could be neglected in a well-stirred reaction system. A pseudo-homogenous kinetic model was thus developed to describe the kinetics of FAME epoxidation.

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conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

Conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

Epoxy plasticizer prepared form fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs). ? In situ formed performic acid as an oxygen carrier. ? Mass transfer was not a limiting step. ? Pseudo-homogeneous kinetic model developed for epoxidation. ? Decomposition of performic acid could not be neglected. Abstract

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performance testing of a green plasticizer based on lactic acid for pvc

Performance testing of a green plasticizer based on lactic acid for PVC

In order to develop alternative green plasticizers, a bio-based plasticizer, acetylated lactic acid 1,4-cyclohexanedimethyl ester (ALCH), with novel molecule geometry was synthesized from...

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insights into biobased epoxidized fatty acid isobutyl esters from

Insights into biobased epoxidized fatty acid isobutyl esters from

The Ep-FABEs was further analyzed for its plasticizing effectiveness to replace dioctyl phthalate (DOP) and compared with conventional epoxy plasticizer epoxidized fatty acid methyl...

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preparation of epoxidized fatty acid methyl ester with in

Preparation of Epoxidized Fatty Acid Methyl Ester with in

Epoxidized fatty acid methyl ester (EFAME) is a renewable and biodegradable plasticizer that can be produced from various vegetable oils and even waste oils. In this work, refined soybean oil (RSO) was first converted to fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) by enzymatic transesterification, followed by epoxidation with performic acid in situ generated via auto-catalyzed reaction of formic acid with

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conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

Conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

(DOI: 10.1016/J.JCLEPRO.2020.120791) Fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) can be converted to epoxy plasticizer by in situ auto-catalyzed formation of performic acid (PFA) in a bi-phase reaction system. However, mass transfer effect could be neglected in a well-stirred reaction system. A pseudo-homogenous kinetic model was thus developed to describe the kinetics of FAME epoxidation. The

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a simple approach with scale-up potential towards

A simple approach with scale-up potential towards

retardant bio-plasticizer. When combined with DOP in PVC formulations, the chlorinated fatty acid methyl ester is qualified as a co-plasticizer, while endowing the PVC coatings with flame retardancy. This approach em-ploys renewable fatty acid methyl esters, as well as cheap chlorine gas as raw materials, and involves only a one-

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synthesis and properties of castor oil based plasticizers

Synthesis and properties of castor oil based plasticizers

Plasticizers prepared from vegetable oils mainly include epoxy vegetable oils, 5¨C8 and epoxidized fatty acid esters. 9 In these types of plasticizers, the presence of the epoxy group makes the plasticizers have a better plasticizing effect on PVC and plays a role as stabilizer. 10 When heated, PVC undergoes autocatalytic dehydrochlorination, whereas the epoxide group can scavenge the

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a targeted review of bio-derived plasticizers with flame retardant

A targeted review of bio-derived plasticizers with flame retardant

Another study reported synthesis of phosphorus containing FR plasticizer sourced from castor oil acid methyl ester to substitute DOP in PVC (Fig. 1, right). Plasticizing efficiency and mechanical properties decrease in the resulting PVC blend. Authors claim to have increased the LOI value from 21.5 to 25.2% as remarkable is debatable.

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structural modification of waste cooking oil methyl esters as cleaner

Structural modification of waste cooking oil methyl esters as cleaner

In conclusion, the prepared epoxide via structural modification from waste cooking oil methyl esters proved to be an effective alternative to dioctyl phthalate, replacing about 40% of the...

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