a bio-based epoxy resin by electrochemical modification of tall oil

Journal of Applied Polymer Science: Vol 138, No 28

Plasticizing effect of biodegradable dipropylene glycol bibenzoate and epoxidized linseed oil on diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A based epoxy resin Chinedu Okoro Zaheeruddin Mohammed Shaik Jeelani Vijaya Rangari 50661 First Published: 05 March 2021

DRT: The Best For Nature

DRT: plant-based chemistry, production of pine derivative ingredients for fragrance, health, nutrition and industry: Resins, Terpenes and Nutraceutics. Resin and Turpentine Derivatives As an expert in plant-based chemistry and a leading force in the production of pine

Biogenic epoxy resin systems

An alternative for the resin component are vegetable oil epoxides, such as from linseed or dragon head oil. An epoxy resin with a biogenic content of 85% and a curing time of less than 5 minutes at room temperature could be obtained by using bio-based acids as the hardener component.

Polyethylene glycol

Polyethylene glycol (PEG; / ˌ p ɒ l i ˈ ɛ θ əl ˌ iː n ˈ ɡ l aɪ ˌ k ɒ l,-ˌ k ɔː l /) is a polyether compound derived from petroleum with many applications, from industrial manufacturing to medicine.PEG is also known as polyethylene oxide (PEO) or polyoxyethylene (POE), depending on its molecular weight..

Special Issue "Lignocellulosic Biomass"

Ortiz et al. [] designed and prepared fully bio-based epoxy resins by combining epoxidized linseed oil, lignin, and bio-based diamine derived from fatty acid dimers. They showed that as the lignin content in the resin increases, the glass transition, the Young's Modulus and

Biogenic epoxy resin systems

An alternative for the resin component are vegetable oil epoxides, such as from linseed or dragon head oil. An epoxy resin with a biogenic content of 85% and a curing time of less than 5 minutes at room temperature could be obtained by using bio-based acids as the hardener component.

New developments in vegetable oil materials science

Fig. 2. Crosslinking of an epoxidized soybean oil with a bio-based curing agent. Source: Jian, et al., Chem. Eng. J. 326: 875–885, 2017. "Nobody is going to have great commercial traction on the vegetable oil epoxy materials front without addressing the whole

Biobased Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of

A biobased epoxy resin was prepared from tall oil fatty acids (TOFAs), a byproduct of the pulping industry. As free carboxylic acids compromise resin stability, TOFA was subjected to non-Kolbe decarboxylation to give alkenes upon loss of CO2. Thereby, the degree of unsaturation is significantly increased. This electrosynthetic protocol using an undivided cell setup and inexpensive graphite

Sustainable Synthetic Approaches for the Preparation

Goswinus de Kruijff, Thorsten Goschler, Lukasz Derwich, Nicole Beiser, Oliver Trk, Siegfried R Waldvogel, A Bio-based Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of Tall Oil Fatty Acids, ACS Sustainable Chemistry Engineering, 10.1021/acssuschemeng

PREPARATION AND APPLICATION OF DIMER ACID/LIGNIN

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE bioresources Fang et al. (2011). "Dimer acid lignin copolymer," BioResources 6(3), 2874-2884. 2876 groups was very high in EHL. The weight-average molecular weight of the lignin was 2062 g/mol, the hydroxyl number was 124.6

Polyethylene glycol

Polyethylene glycol (PEG; / ˌ p ɒ l i ˈ ɛ θ əl ˌ iː n ˈ ɡ l aɪ ˌ k ɒ l,-ˌ k ɔː l /) is a polyether compound derived from petroleum with many applications, from industrial manufacturing to medicine.PEG is also known as polyethylene oxide (PEO) or polyoxyethylene (POE), depending on its molecular weight..

Electrochemical conversion of fatty acids

Goswinus de Kruijff, Thorsten Goschler, Lukasz Derwich, Nicole Beiser, Oliver Trk, Siegfried R Waldvogel, A Bio-based Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of Tall Oil Fatty Acids, ACS Sustainable Chemistry Engineering, 10.1021/acssuschemeng

Effect of nanoparticles on the mechanical properties of

Bio-composites of kenaf fiber-reinforced bio-based epoxy resin filled with different kind of nanoparticles were prepared in this work using a hybrid manufacturing process combining vacuum-assisted resin infusion and an autoclave.

Journal of Applied Polymer Science: Vol 138, No 28

Plasticizing effect of biodegradable dipropylene glycol bibenzoate and epoxidized linseed oil on diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A based epoxy resin Chinedu Okoro Zaheeruddin Mohammed Shaik Jeelani Vijaya Rangari 50661 First Published: 05 March 2021

Effect of tall oil fatty acids content on the properties of

Goswinus de Kruijff, Thorsten Goschler, Lukasz Derwich, Nicole Beiser, Oliver Trk, Siegfried R Waldvogel, A Bio-based Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of Tall Oil Fatty Acids, ACS Sustainable Chemistry Engineering, 10.1021/acssuschemeng

Biobased Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification

A biobased epoxy resin was prepared from tall oil fatty acids (TOFAs), a byproduct of the pulping industry. As free carboxylic acids compromise resin stability, TOFA was subjected to non-Kolbe decarboxylation to give alkenes upon loss of CO2. Thereby, the degree of unsaturation is significantly increased. This electrosynthetic protocol using an undivided cell setup and inexpensive graphite

Enhancement of lignocellulosic feedstocks and biorefinery

Subsequently, a novel polymer system was developed using epoxy resin and a renewable, waste stream – tall oil rosin acids, which were derived from the pulp and paper industry. Replacement up to 15 % (w/w) with TORAs resulted in no change in mechanical properties of

Biobased Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification

A biobased epoxy resin was prepared from tall oil fatty acids (TOFAs), a byproduct of the pulping industry. As free carboxylic acids compromise resin stability, TOFA was subjected to non-Kolbe decarboxylation to give alkenes upon loss of CO2. Thereby, the degree of unsaturation is significantly increased. This electrosynthetic protocol using an undivided cell setup and inexpensive graphite

Recent Progress in Polymer

Epoxy resin-based polymer concrete with good strength has excellent properties, but its cost is very high, which restricts its wide applications [27, 28]. Compared with epoxy, epoxy-urethane acryl [ 29, 30 ] is reactive and does not require solvent evaporation or special equipment for the recovery of solvent, and thus, environmental pollution and impact on the workers are minimized.

ChemSusChem: Vol 14, No 4

Better by bio: Dr. Nejad's group has developed a lignin epoxidation method that allows any unmodified lignin (from different biomass sources and extraction processes) to be used for replacing 100 % of toxic bisphenol A (BPA) in the formulation of epoxy resin.

Electrochemical conversion of fatty acids

Goswinus de Kruijff, Thorsten Goschler, Lukasz Derwich, Nicole Beiser, Oliver Trk, Siegfried R Waldvogel, A Bio-based Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of Tall Oil Fatty Acids, ACS Sustainable Chemistry Engineering, 10.1021/acssuschemeng

Choosing the Right Lignin to Fully Replace Bisphenol A in

Lignin can be incorporated into epoxy resin via three different methods: 1) blending with petroleum‐based epoxy resin, 24, 25 2) modification of lignin followed by epoxidation, 23, 26-30 and 3) epoxidation of unmodified lignin. 16, 31, 32 Although many studies have

Biobased Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of

A biobased epoxy resin was prepared from tall oil fatty acids (TOFAs), a byproduct of the pulping industry. As free carboxylic acids compromise resin stability, TOFA was subjected to non-Kolbe decarboxylation to give alkenes upon loss of CO2. Thereby, the degree of unsaturation is significantly increased. This electrosynthetic protocol using an undivided cell setup and inexpensive graphite

Plant‐Oil‐Based Polyamides and Polyurethanes: Toward

Goswinus de Kruijff, Thorsten Goschler, Lukasz Derwich, Nicole Beiser, Oliver Trk, Siegfried R Waldvogel, A Bio-based Epoxy Resin by Electrochemical Modification of Tall Oil Fatty Acids, ACS Sustainable Chemistry Engineering, 10.1021/acssuschemeng

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