novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers
novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers
novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers
novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers
novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers
novel environmentally sustainable cardanol©based plasticizers

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol©based plasticizers

Abstract A series of novel plasticizers derived from cardanol, a well-known renewable organic resource as the main by-product of the cashew industry, have been synthesized and characterized.

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novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer covalently

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer covalently

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer covalently bound to PVC via click chemistry: synthesis and properties - RSC Advances (RSC Publishing) Issue 22, 2015 Previous Article Next Article From the journal: RSC Advances

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novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizers

... Thus, these synthesized isosorbide plasticizers serve as potential substitutes of DOP. More and more plasticizer products derived from cardanol, a renewable main by-product of the cashew...

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novel environmentally sustainable cardanol©based plasticizers

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol©based plasticizers

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol©based plasticizers: synthesis and properties | Semantic Scholar DOI: 10.1002/PI.5083 Corpus ID: 100614275 Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol©based plasticizers: synthesis and properties Po Yang, Huazhen Sun, +1 author B. Shi Published 1 April 2016 Environmental Science, Materials Science, Chemistry

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novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer covalently

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer covalently

Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer covalently bound to PVC via click chemistry: synthesis and properties Po Yang, Jun Yan, +4 authors B. Shi Published 5 February 2015 Environmental Science, Chemistry, Materials Science RSC Advances

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(pdf) novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer

(PDF) Novel environmentally sustainable cardanol-based plasticizer

Jun Yan Huazhen Sun Haojun Fan Show all 7 authors An approach covalently linking cardanol, a well-known renewable organic resource of the cashew industry, to PVC chains using the click reaction...

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RSC Advances

cardanol was covalently linked to PVC chains as natural internal plasticizer. The modified PVC exhibited decreased glass transition temperature, excellent thermal stability and near-zero migration. We believe this approach may help researchers design and explore novel environmentally sustainable plasticizers and apply them in harsh conditions

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environmentally friendly synthesis of cardanol-based polyesters

Environmentally Friendly Synthesis of Cardanol-Based Polyesters

In this work, we focused on the production of a series of polyesters using a cardanol-derived diol produced from the inedible shell of cashew nuts. The synthesized polymers are 100% biobased since the diacid components of the structure (adipic acid and succinic acid) can also be bio-derived monomers. Moreover, the overall process is a paradigm

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biodegradable plasticizer from cardanol via acid-free catalysis of

Biodegradable Plasticizer from Cardanol via Acid-Free Catalysis of

The most widely used phthalic ester plasticizers are reproductive toxic and nonbiodegradable. Developing biodegradable plasticizers from biomass resources remains a great challenge for the enrichment and pollution of plasticizers that seriously damage the environment. In this study, a biodegradable plasticizer (CEPT, cardanol-based epoxy plasticizer containing a triazine ring) was fabricated

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synthesis and application of a novel cardanol©based plasticizer as

Synthesis and application of a novel cardanol©based plasticizer as

A novel plasticizer based on cardanol, hydrogenated cardanol glycidyl ether acetic ester containing phosphaphenanthrene group (HCGEP), was prepared and incorporated into poly (vinyl chloride) (PVC) for the first time. The molecular structure was characterized with Fourier transform infrared and 1 H NMR spectroscopies.

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