Wei HY, Shi WF, Nie KM, Zhang YC (2001) Synthesis and UV curing properties of (meth)acrylated dendritic poly (ether-amide). Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities-Chinese 22(9), 1605-1609. [In Chinese]
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dendrimer, poly (other-amide), UV curing, kinetics, thermomechanical, property, cascade molecules, macromolecules, kinetics, resins,
Abstract: Dendritic polymers have received increasing interests from polymer scientists because of the unique structural characteristics, synthetic methods as well as application fields. The (meth)acrylated dendritic poly(ether-amide)s were synthesized by a divergent manner and characterized by H-1 NMR, VPO and FTIR measurements. Their UV curing properties were investigated by Raman, Photo-DSC and DMTA measurements. Over 80% of unsaturation conversion has been obtained for the systems in the presence of a photoinitiator under UV irradiation, and the polymerization rate at peak maximum was promoted with increasing the concentration of double bonds. The softening and glass transition temperatures of their UV cured films were also promoted with increasing the concentration of double bonds.