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|Title: ||Preparation and Characteristics of Reactive Blends of Phosphate-Containing Maleimide and Epoxy Resins|
|Issue Date: ||2014-12-30 09:25:15 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||Three kinds of phosphate-containing maleimide(PMI) monomers, namely diethyl (4-(Nmaleimido)phenyl) phosphate (4P) diphenyl (4-(N-maleimido) phenyl) phosphate (PP) and diethyl (2,6-dibromo-4-(N-maleimido)phenyl) phosphate (BrP), were synthesized and blended with a bisphenol type epoxy so as to study their potential as reactive fl ame retardants. It was expected that with an increase in the PMI content in the blending system, the Michael-addition reaction would take place more and easily. Increasing the PMI contents reduced the storage modulus, the Tg and the tensile strength, however good thermal stability was maintained. The fl ame retardancy of all the phosphate-containing epoxy systems was promoted signifi cantly by increasing the PMI content.|
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