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  • petro‐based and bio‐based plasticizers: chemical

    Petro‐based and bio‐based plasticizers: Chemical

    Petro‐based and bio‐based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties. this review details the well‐known different petro‐based plasticizers and more particularly phthalates which represent the most important category of PVC plasticizers. Owing to migration problems, impact on the human health and the environment

  • petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: chemical

    Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: Chemical

    Nov 25, 2015· Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties. this review details the well-known different petro-based plasticizers and more particularly phthalates which represent the most important category of PVC plasticizers. the bio-based plasticizer structures, their groups and substituents (ester groups

  • petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: chemical

    Petro-Based and Bio-Based Plasticizers: Chemical

    Request PDF on ResearchGate Petro-Based and Bio-Based Plasticizers: Chemical Structures to Plasticizing Properties Polymeric materials, in particular PVC, can find various industrial

  • designing bio-based plasticizers: effect of alkyl chain

    Designing bio-based plasticizers: Effect of alkyl chain

    Jul 15, 2017· A series of bio-based plasticizers based on isosorbide, a renewable monomer derived from glucose, were successfully synthesized. The chemical structures of the synthesized isosorbide diesters with different alkyl chain length were confirmed by FTIR and 1 H NMR. The influence of varying alkyl chain length on thermal and mechanical properties of

  • petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: chemical

    Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: Chemical

    Title: Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties: Authors: Bocqué, Maëva; Voirin, Coline; Lapinte, Vincent; Caillol

  • plasticizer wikipedia

    Plasticizer Wikipedia

    Adding an excessive amount of plasticizer will result in excessive segregation of concrete and is not advisable. Depending on the particular chemical used, use of too much plasticizer may result in a retarding effect. Plasticizers are commonly manufactured from lignosulfonates, a

  • petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: chemical core

    Petro-Based and Bio-Based Plasticizers: Chemical CORE

    After some generalities concerning plasticization theories and the description of plasticized petro- and bio-based poly- mers, this review details the well-known different petro-based plasticizers and more particularly phthalates which represent the most important category of PVC plasticizers.

  • an efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl

    An efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl

    Jul 10, 2018· In this study, an efficient bio-based plasticizer for PVC was synthesized by very user-friendly approaches. A synthesized plasticizer with fatty chains can intersperse and intercalate between polymer chains, thereby increasing the intermolecular spacing and bringing mobility.

  • synthesis of bio-base plasticizer using waste cooking oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil

    The epoxidation and ring opening reactions were mainly investigated through GC-MS analysis. The structures of bio-base plasticizers (a, b and c) were confirmed by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), 1 H NMR and 13 C NMR. The mechanical properties of a/PVC were as good as those of PVC films with the dioctyl phthalate (DOP) plasticizer.

  • unentangled star-shape poly(ε-caprolactone)s as phthalate

    Unentangled Star-Shape Poly(ε-caprolactone)s as Phthalate

    Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties. Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 2016, 54 (1),11-33. DOI: 10.1002/pola.27917. Woohyuk Choi, Jae Woo Chung, Seung-Yeop Kwak.

  • role of the oxethyl unit in the structure of vegetable oil

    Role of the Oxethyl Unit in the Structure of Vegetable Oil

    Vegetable oils are potential feedstocks for bio-based plasticizers due to their abundance in nature, low toxicity, biodegradability, and characteristic structures [6,7,8,9,10,11,12]. Furthermore, the double bonds of vegetable oil can be conveniently functionalized to generate multifunctional plasticizers.

  • application of a bio-based polyester plasticizer modified

    Application of a bio-based polyester plasticizer modified

    Request PDF on ResearchGate Application of a bio-based polyester plasticizer modified by hydrosilicon-hydrogenation reaction in soft PVC films A kind of bio‐based plasticizer, poly

  • the effect of polyurethane glycolysate on the structure

    The Effect of Polyurethane Glycolysate on the Structure

    The effect of plasticizer type (napthenic oil and polyurethane foam glycolysate) and amount (2, 4, 6 or 8 parts per 100 parts of natural rubber) on the processing properties of rubber mixtures and chemical structure, swelling, mechanical and thermo-mechanical properties of natural rubber/carbon black composites was investigated.

  • preparation and properties of plasticized poly(lactic acid

    Preparation and Properties of Plasticized Poly(lactic acid

    Apr 08, 2005· Poly(lactic acid), PLA, was blended with monomeric and oligomeric plasticizers in order to enhance its flexibility and thereby overcome its inherent problem of brittleness. Differential scanning calorimetry, dynamic mechanical analysis, transmission electron microscopy, and tensile testing were used to investigate the properties of the blends.

  • synthesis of bio-base plasticizer using waste cooking oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil

    The structures of bio-base plasticizers (a, b and c) were confirmed by Fourier transform Yin B, Hakkarainen M, 2013. Liquefied biomass derived plasticizer for polylactide. Journal of Chemical Tech-nology & Biotechnology, 88(5):897-903. Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers:chemical structures to plasticizing properties. Journal of

  • phthalate wikipedia

    Phthalate Wikipedia

    A plasticizer based on vegetable oil that uses single reactor synthesis and is compatible as a primary plasticizer has been developed. It is a ready substitute for dioctyl phthalate. And several other bio-based plasticizers have been and are being developed as alternatives to phthalates. Table of the most common phthalates

  • us20180037719a1 a bio based plasticizer with improved

    US20180037719A1 A bio based plasticizer with improved

    A bio based plasticizer with improved properties and processing characteristics of polymer comprising at least 95% by weight compound of formula 1, [Formula should be inserted here] wherein R 1 R 2 and R 3 represent each an acyl group or a hydrogen atom, said acyl group comprises at least one with 2 carbon atoms and one with 12 carbon atoms, the acyl group having 2 carbon atoms is present in

  • synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    Synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    A novel environmental friendly plasticizer (TPE) derived from tung oil fatty acid with long fatty acid chain and high degree of branching was synthesized. Chemical structure of the obtained TPE was characterized with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) and 1 H NMR. TPE was used to prepare plasticized PVC blends as main plasticizer.

  • 15 technical using bio-based plasticizers, alternative rubber

    15 Technical Using bio-based plasticizers, alternative rubber

    um-derived plasticizers, such as oils extracted from crops, were evaluated in model tread compounds. Select bio-based oils with varying fatty acid compositions and functionality were used to replace part of the petroleum oil and compounded into silica-based tread formulations. These bio-based plasticizers were evaluated in rubber com-

  • biogene kunststoff-additive springerlink

    Biogene Kunststoff-Additive SpringerLink

    Bocqué M, Voirin C, Lapinte V, Caillol S, Robin JJ (2016) Petro-based and bio-based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties. J Pol Sci: Pol Chem 54:11–33 Google Scholar [7]

  • self-plasticization of pvc via click reaction of a

    Self-Plasticization of PVC via click reaction of a

    Modified PVC (M-PVC) material with suppressed migration and low glass transition temperature was prepared via click reaction of a monooctyl phthalate derivative. Chemical structure and composition of M-PVC were characterized by FT-IR, 1H NMR and element analysis.

  • plasticizer wikipedia

    Plasticizer Wikipedia

    Plasticizer-elastomer interaction is governed by many factors such as solubility parameter, molecular weight, and chemical structure. Compatibility and performance attributes are key factors in developing a rubber formulation for a particular application.

  • polymers free full-text synthesis and properties of a

    Polymers Free Full-Text Synthesis and Properties of a

    A novel renewable plasticizer based on castor oil, epoxidized glycidyl ester of ricinoleic acetic ester (EGERAE), was synthesized and applied into Poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) for the first time. Its molecular structure was characterized by FT-IR and 1 H NMR. The effects of replacement of petroleum

  • vincent lapinte color research & application, journal of

    Vincent Lapinte Color Research & Application, Journal of

    Petro‐based and bio‐based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties By Vincent Lapinte,Sylvain Caillol,Maëva Bocqué,Coline Voirin onlinelibrary.wiley — Polymeric materials, in particular PVC, can find various industrial utilizations thanks to the use of plasticizers

  • 15 technical using bio-based plasticizers, alternative rubber

    15 Technical Using bio-based plasticizers, alternative rubber

    um-derived plasticizers, such as oils extracted from crops, were evaluated in model tread compounds. Select bio-based oils with varying fatty acid compositions and functionality were used to replace part of the petroleum oil and compounded into silica-based tread formulations. These bio-based plasticizers were evaluated in rubber com-

  • self-plasticization of pvc via click reaction of a

    Self-Plasticization of PVC via click reaction of a

    Modified PVC (M-PVC) material with suppressed migration and low glass transition temperature was prepared via click reaction of a monooctyl phthalate derivative. Chemical structure and composition of M-PVC were characterized by FT-IR, 1H NMR and element analysis.

  • plasticizer wikipedia

    Plasticizer Wikipedia

    Plasticizer-elastomer interaction is governed by many factors such as solubility parameter, molecular weight, and chemical structure. Compatibility and performance attributes are key factors in developing a rubber formulation for a particular application.

  • polymers free full-text synthesis and properties of a

    Polymers Free Full-Text Synthesis and Properties of a

    A novel renewable plasticizer based on castor oil, epoxidized glycidyl ester of ricinoleic acetic ester (EGERAE), was synthesized and applied into Poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) for the first time. Its molecular structure was characterized by FT-IR and 1 H NMR. The effects of replacement of petroleum

  • vincent lapinte color research & application, journal of

    Vincent Lapinte Color Research & Application, Journal of

    Petro‐based and bio‐based plasticizers: Chemical structures to plasticizing properties By Vincent Lapinte,Sylvain Caillol,Maëva Bocqué,Coline Voirin onlinelibrary.wiley — Polymeric materials, in particular PVC, can find various industrial utilizations thanks to the use of plasticizers

  • velsiflex® plasticizer benzoate based, non-phthalate

    Velsiflex® Plasticizer Benzoate Based, Non-Phthalate

    Velsiflex ® Plasticizers Benzoic acid based, non-phthalate plasticizers with a wide application range. Velsiflex plasticizers are an environmentally friendly option for formulators looking for an alternative to commodity and specialty phthalate esters. Velsiflex is a non-phthalate plasticizer and uses benzoic acid as a key raw material.

  • synthesis of bio-base plasticizer using waste cooking oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil

    1 Institute of Chemical Industry of Forest Products, The structures of bio-base plasticizers (a, b and c) were confirmed by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy production of materials needs to be changed from petro- based to bio-based; meanwhile, these processes should not compete with food production. Thus, using non-edible

  • plasticizers: types, uses, classification, selection

    Plasticizers: Types, Uses, Classification, Selection

    Bio-based Plasticizers As part of the shift to sustainable ingredients, bio-based plasticizers continue to gain further importance. Being bio-based, they offer the dual advantage of being phthalate alternative along with lowering our dependence on fossil fuel based feedstock. The common feedstock for this class of plasticizers is mentioned below.

  • synthesis of a bio-based plasticizer from oleic deepdyve

    Synthesis of a bio-based plasticizer from oleic DeepDyve

    Dec 01, 2016· Read "Synthesis of a bio-based plasticizer from oleic acid and its evaluation in PVC formulations, Polymer Testing" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • greenscreen™ assessment for dow’s ecolibrium™ bio-based

    GreenScreen™ Assessment for Dow’s Ecolibrium™ Bio-Based

    Table 1: Hazard Summary Table for Dow’s Green Screen™ Assessment for Dow Ecolibrium™ Bio-Based Plasticizer Formulations Chemical1 CAS RN t Group I Human Health Group II and II* Human Health Ecotoxicity Fate Physical GS Benchmark Score icity (Chemical)2 icity e tal e ity icity icity icity * n * n e n atic atic n ce ity y

  • cellulose acetate as a tunable bio-based engineered material

    Cellulose Acetate as a Tunable Bio-Based Engineered Material

    They are bio-based plastics with superior properties. The properties of the materials can be fine-tuned by adjusting the plasticizer level. CA can be effectively processed using food-grade plasticizers instead of phthalate-based plasticizers. CA can also enhance the bio-content of petro-based plastics.

  • bio-based polymers plastice

    Bio-based polymers Plastice

    bio-based “classical” polymers have exactly the same properties as petrochemical analogues and can replace them in all applications without additional modification. In addition it is possible to make partially bio-based polymers, normally co-polymers in which at least one building block (co-monomer) is bio-based.

  • handbook of commercial bio-based chemicals

    HANDBOOK OF COMMERCIAL BIO-BASED CHEMICALS

    HANDBOOK OF COMMERCIAL BIO-BASED CHEMICALS INTRODUCTION Tecnon OrbiChem has been producing monthly reports: “Bio-Materials & Intermediates”, in the Chemical Business Focus series, since September 2013. Each month we compile a profile on a particular chemical, that can be produced by both conventional and metabolic

  • succinic acid (petroleum and bio-based) market by source

    Succinic Acid (Petroleum and Bio-based) Market by Source

    Succinic Acid (Petroleum and Bio-based) Market by Source, Application Global Trends & Forecast to 2019 for the $486 Million Industry

  • cellulose acetate as a tunable bio-based engineered material

    Cellulose Acetate as a Tunable Bio-Based Engineered Material

    They are bio-based plastics with superior properties. The properties of the materials can be fine-tuned by adjusting the plasticizer level. CA can be effectively processed using food-grade plasticizers instead of phthalate-based plasticizers. CA can also enhance the bio-content of petro-based plastics.

  • bio-based polymers

    Bio-based polymers

    bio-based “classical” polymers have exactly the same properties as petrochemical analogues and can replace them in all applications without additional modification. In addition it is possible to make partially bio-based polymers, normally co-polymers in which at least one building block (co-monomer) is bio-based.

  • handbook of commercial bio-based chemicals

    HANDBOOK OF COMMERCIAL BIO-BASED CHEMICALS

    HANDBOOK OF COMMERCIAL BIO-BASED CHEMICALS INTRODUCTION Tecnon OrbiChem has been producing monthly reports: “Bio-Materials & Intermediates”, in the Chemical Business Focus series, since September 2013. Each month we compile a profile on a particular chemical, that can be produced by both conventional and metabolic

  • succinic acid market by type (bio-based succinic acid

    Succinic Acid Market by Type (Bio-Based Succinic Acid

    Dec 17, 2018· 6.2. petro-based succinic acid 6.2.1. the demand for petro-based succinic acid is rising due to its use in industrial and coating industries 6.3. bio-based succinic acid 6.3.1. the demand for bio-based succinic acid is increasing due to its use in the food & beverage industry 7. succinic acid market, by end-use industry. 7.1. introduction 7.2.

  • research and reviews: journal of engineering and

    Research and Reviews: Journal of Engineering and

    Research and Reviews: Journal of Engineering and Technology Bio- Based Co- Plasticizer for PVC in Addition with Epoxidised Soyabean Oil to Replace Phthalates. Bhakti Mehta*, Mukesh Kathalewar, and Jitesh Mantri. Department of Polymer & Surface Engineering, Institute of Chemical

  • succinic acid (petroleum and bio-based) market by source

    Succinic Acid (Petroleum and Bio-based) Market by Source

    Succinic Acid (Petroleum and Bio-based) Market by Source, Application Global Trends & Forecast to 2019 for the $486 Million Industry

  • succinic acid market by type (bio-based succinic acid

    Succinic Acid Market by Type (Bio-Based Succinic Acid

    petro-based succinic acid. the demand for petro-based succinic acid is rising due to its use in industrial and coating industries. table petro-based succinic acid market size, by region, 2016-2023 (usd million) table petro-based succinic acid market size, by region, 2016-2023 (kiloton) bio-based succinic acid

  • succinic acid market by type (bio-based, petro-based

    Succinic Acid Market by Type (Bio-based, Petro-based

    Succinic Acid Market by Type (Bio-based, Petro-based), Application (Polyurethane, Resins, Coatings & Pigments, Pharmaceuticals, Plasticizers, Food & Beverage, PBS/PBST, Solvents & Lubricants, De-Icer Solutions, Personal Market research report and industry analysis 10163395

  • mahla zabet materials development engineer cooper tire

    Mahla Zabet Materials Development Engineer Cooper Tire

    polymer/carbon fiber composites, thermoplastics, petro-based and bio-based plasticizers, nanocomposites, and 3D printing. • Proven track record of research publications in scientific journals

  • synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    Synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    A novel environmental friendly plasticizer (TPE) derived from tung oil fatty acid with long fatty acid chain and high degree of branching was synthesized. Chemical structure of the obtained TPE was characterized with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) and 1H NMR. TPE was used to prepare plasticized PVC blends as main plasticizer.

  • plasticiser loss from plastic or rubber products through

    Plasticiser loss from plastic or rubber products through

    Apr 18, 2019· There is an increasing interest in the development of bio-based (green) plasticisers from agricultural industry co/by-products and waste to replace petroleum-based plasticisers. 3,5,62 Glycerol

  • modified vegetable oil based additives as a future

    Modified Vegetable Oil Based Additives as a Future

    factured in forms such as EBECRYL 860 (UCB Chemical Company). Epoxidized soybean oil and poxidized e linseed oil are predominantly used as an alternative plasticizer and stabilizer in PVC in place of phthalates. The world production of major oilseeds has increased in

  • alkali-o oxidized lignin a bio-based concrete plasticizer

    Alkali-O oxidized lignin A bio-based concrete plasticizer

    lignin A bio-based concrete plasticizer A. Kalliola∗, T. Vehmas, T. Liitiä, T. Tamminen VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, P.O. Box 1000, FI-02044 VTT, Finland a r t i c l e i n f o Article history: Received 15 January 2015 Received in revised form 22 April 2015 Accepted 26 April 2015 Keywords: Cement Concrete Soda used lignin

  • pvc

    PVC

    categorize plasticizers on the basis of their chemical structure and associated performance when employed in PVC. The IUPAC definition of a plasticizer is entirely focused on performance characteristics when combined with a polymer; there is no implication of chemical structure or physical properties of the plasticizerper se.