The influence of radiation intensity (from 1.08 × 10-7 to 2.48 × 10-4 einstein s-1 L-1) on the photopolymn. of diallyl oxydiethylene dicarbonate was investigated systematically not only in the initial stages of reaction, but also at high monomer conversion (x), in order to detect possible variations in the polymn. mechanism. In some of the runs irradn. was stopped at x = 0.55-0.65 and thermal after-treatments were carried out both in the presence and absence of air by following kinetically x-values during the self-decelerating crosslinking. To rationalize exptl. data a model is proposed which assumes two basically different mechanisms occurring simultaneously (bimol. termination and radical trapping), but with different "wts." as a function of time. Long living radicals produced by irradn. continue to react in the dark. The rate of this reaction, which is enhanced in the presence of O, is fitted by a relaxation model that considers double bonds, particularly of pendant groups, as traps, with increasing lifetimes, able to transfer to radical sites.
KINETIC EFFECT OF RADIATION INTENSITY AND THERMAL AFTER-TREATMENT IN THE PHOTOPOLYMERIZATION OF DIALLYL OXYDIETHYLENE DICARBONATE / I.R. BELLOBONO, E. SELLI, L. RIGHETTO, P. RAFELLINI, L. TREVISAN. - In: DIE MAKROMOLEKULARE CHEMIE. - ISSN 0025-116X. - 190:8(1989), pp. 1945-1952.
|Titolo:||KINETIC EFFECT OF RADIATION INTENSITY AND THERMAL AFTER-TREATMENT IN THE PHOTOPOLYMERIZATION OF DIALLYL OXYDIETHYLENE DICARBONATE|
BELLOBONO, IGNAZIO RENATO (Primo)
SELLI, ELENA (Secondo)
|Settore Scientifico Disciplinare:||Settore CHIM/02 - Chimica Fisica|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1989|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su periodico|