Preparation and properties of new polyamides from 1,6-diaminodiamantane and aromatic diacid chlorides
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- Chern, YT. & Lin, MC. Polymer Bulletin (1995) 35: 41. doi:10.1007/BF00312892
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New polyamides were prepared by the solution polycondensation and interfacial polycondensation starting from 1,6-diaminodiamantane and aromatic diacid chlorides. The polyamides had inherent viscosities of 0.15–0.45 dL/g. The temperatures at 5% weight loss for the polyamides were between 435–475°C in nitrogen. The glass transition temperatures of the polyamides determined by DSC ranged from 245°C to 300°C. The crystallinity of the resultant polyamides was influenced by the method of polycondensation and various monomers.