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Anionic waterborne polyurethane dispersion from a bio-based ionic segment
(RSC Advances, 2014)
Anionic waterborne polyurethane dispersions were prepared from ring-opening epoxidized linseed oil with glycol and hydrochloric acid followed by saponification, step-growth polymerization, and ionomerization. When the ...
Rapid room-temperature polymerization of bio-based multiaziridine-containing compounds
(RSC Advances, 2015)
Successful Michael addition under mild reaction conditions resulted in the grafting of 2-methyl aziridine onto acrylated epoxidized soybean oil, and the aziridine content was titrated as 0.00413 mol g−1. Multiaziridine-containing ...
Polyols and polyurethanes prepared from epoxidized soybean oil ring-opened by polyhydroxy fatty acids with varying OH numbers
(Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015)
Bio-based polyols from epoxidized soybean oil and different fatty acids were successfully prepared using a solvent-free method in order to investigate the effect of the polyols' OH numbers on the thermal and mechanical ...
Soy-castor oil based polyols prepared using a solvent-free and catalyst-free method and polyurethanes therefrom
(Green Chemistry, 2013)
Bio-based polyols from epoxidized soybean oil and castor oil fatty acid were developed using an environmentally friendly, solvent-free/catalyst-free method. The effects of the molar ratios of the carboxyl to the epoxy ...