Specificities of the formation of epoxy-acrylate interpenetrating polymer networks under the Sun radiation

1Samoilenko, TF
1Iarova, NV
1Menzheres, GY
1Brovko, OO
1Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
Dopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr. 2014, 7:122-126
Section: Chemistry
Language: Ukrainian

Kinetic specificities of the simultaneous epoxy-acrylate interpenetrating polymer networks synthesis under the solar radiation are investigated. The comparative analysis of the degree of functional groups conversion for the polymerization under artificial and natural conditions is made. It is found that the epoxy groups conversion is higher under the solar irradiation than under the irradiation of a UV lamp, and the double bonds conversion is actually the same for both systems.

Keywords: interpenetrating polymer networks, Sun radiation

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