The day after - No-133/ 03-05-19 08:51:44

Dr in┐. Hieronim Piotr Janecki
Politechnika Radomska WM i TO ul. Chrobrego 27    26 - 600 RADOM 
 Katedra Technologii i Materia│oznawstwa
 Laboratorium  Komputerowego Wspomagania w Chemii

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Autorzy: Dr in┐. Hieronim Piotr Janecki;      In┐. Maria Janecka
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...i need help to find informations about the industrial uses of the triphenyl antimony, if you could help me i would be gratefull.... and so and so........

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"triphenylantimony" see below:

Properties  of (Ph)3Sb or C18H15Sb

You will obtain some answers: the question is: including triphenylantimony" .. the answer:

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Ivan Javni, Andrew Guo and Zoran S. Petrovic
Pittsburg State University
Kansas Polymer Research Center
Pittsburg, Kansas

Polymers from renewable resources have great economical, ecological and technical significance. Vegetable oils are potentially very useful raw materials for the synthesis of different polymeric materials but they should be chemically transformed to contain some reactive groups. One of the ways is the formation of oxazolidone prepolymers with terminal isocyanate groups by reacting epoxidized vegetable oils with an excess of diisocyanate.

In order to examine the reactivity of internal epoxides in the long aliphatic chains, the oxazolidone formation from 9,10-epoxyoctadecane and phenyl isocyanate was studied. 9,10-epoxyoctadecane corresponds to the one branch of epoxidized vegetable oil with one epoxy group per chain. Lithium chloride, aluminum trichloride, zinc iodide, aluminum triisopropoxide, triphenylantimony tetraiodide and imidazole were tested as potential catalysts. The syntheses were carried out in boiling dimethylformamide. The reaction product was separated from the reaction mixture and analyzed by FTIR, NMR, GPC and DSC.

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