Fast-curing polyurethane adhesives derived from environmentally friendly hyperbranched polyglycerols – The effect of macromonomer structure

Mariusz Ł. Mamiński , Paweł Parzuchowski , Aleksandra Trojanowska , Szymon Dziewulski

Abstract

Transformation of glycerol to hyperbranched polyglycerols (HBPGs) and their further application as macromonomers for fast-curing polyurethane adhesives were described. An approach allowing for using of hyperbranched polyglycerols derived from renewable glycerol in adhesive technology was investigated. Four hyperbranched polyglycerols of different structures and functionalities were synthesized and crosslinked with polymeric methylenediphenyldiisocyanate (pMDI) and hexamethylenediisocyanate (HDI). Macromolecule functionality and functional group distribution were shown to be a critical factor in terms of the adhesive performance. The studied approach allowed to conclude that environmentally friendly polyglycerols – derived from renewable glycerol – when properly designed could successfully replace petroleum-based ones.
Author Mariusz Ł. Mamiński - [Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego]
Mariusz Ł. Mamiński,,
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, Paweł Parzuchowski (FC / CPCT)
Paweł Parzuchowski,,
- Chair Of Polymer Chemistry And Technology
, Aleksandra Trojanowska - [Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego]
Aleksandra Trojanowska,,
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, Szymon Dziewulski - [Warsaw University of Technology (PW), MNiSW [80]]
Szymon Dziewulski,,
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- Politechnika Warszawska
Journal seriesBiomass & Bioenergy, ISSN 0961-9534, (A 40 pkt)
Issue year2011
Vol35
No10
Pages4461-4468
Keywords in Englishadhesives, glycerol, hyperbranched, Macromonomers, Polyurethanes
ASJC Classification2311 Waste Management and Disposal; 1102 Agronomy and Crop Science; 2105 Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment; 1107 Forestry
DOIDOI:10.1016/j.biombioe.2011.09.012
URL http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0961953411004661
Score (nominal)40
Score sourcejournalList
Publication indicators Scopus Citations = 16; WoS Citations = 16; Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2011 = 2.292; WoS Impact Factor: 2011 = 3.646 (2) - 2011=4.624 (5)
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