Structure investigation of organosilicon polymers by silicon-29 NMR
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- Engelhardt, G. & Jancke, H. Polymer Bulletin (1981) 5: 577. doi:10.1007/BF00255295
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High resolution silicon-29 NMR is used to study the microstructure of organosiloxane chain copolymers and three-dimensional cross-linked silicone resins. The signal splittings of the Si-29 NMR spectra of methy1-pheny1 siloxane copolymers have been assigned to monomer sequences up to the pentad level and the quantitative microstructure parameters have been estimated. It is shown that Si-29 NMR offers valuable information on the polymer framework of silicone resins both in the liquid and in the solid state.