Partially renewable poly(butylene 2,5-furandicarboxylate-co-isophthalate) copolyesters obtained by ROP
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Cyclic butylene furandicarboxylate (c(BF)n) and butylene isophthalate (c(BI)n) oligomers obtained by high dilution condensation reaction were polymerized in bulk at 200 ¿C with Sn(Oct)2 catalyst via ring opening polymerization to give homopolyesters and copolyesters (coPBFxIy) with weight average molar masses in the 60,000–70,000 g·mol-1 range and dispersities between 1.3 and 1.9. The composition of the copolyesters as determined by NMR was practically the same as that of the feed, and they all showed an almost random microstructure. The copolyesters were thermally stable up to 300 ¿C and crystalline for all compositions, and have Tg in the 40–20 ¿C range with values decreasing almost linearly with their content in isophthalate units in the copolyester. Both melting temperature and enthalpy of the copolyesters decreased as the content in butylene isophthalate units increased up to a composition 30/70 (BF/BI), at which the triclinic crystal phase made exclusively of butylene furanoate units changed to the crystal structure of PBI. The partial replacement of furanoate by isophthalate units decreased substantially the crystallizability of PBF
CitationMorales, J.; Martinez de Ilarduya, A.; Muñoz, S. Partially renewable poly(butylene 2,5-furandicarboxylate-co-isophthalate) copolyesters obtained by ROP. A: "Polymers from renewable resources". Basel: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2018, p. 94-105.
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