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Journal of Materials Science

, Volume 43, Issue 12, pp 4215–4219 | Cite as

Investigation of the hydrolysis of (3-triethoxysilylpropyl)succinic acid anhydride by means of FT-IR

  • Christian SchrammEmail author
  • Beate Rinderer
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Abstract

The kinetic data (rate constant, Arrhenius activation energy, frequency factor) of the hydrolysis reaction of the anhydride moiety of (3-triethoxysilylpropyl)succinic acid anhydride (TESP-SA) were investigated by means of FT-IR monitoring the decrease of the carbonyl stretching band at 1778 cm−1. The reaction had been conducted in an excess of water under acidic conditions (pseudo-first order reaction). In addition, the application of TESP-SA to cotton fabrics in conjunction with sodium hypophosphite as curing catalyst at elevated temperature (180 °C, 90 s) was tested. The dry crease recovery angle proved that no crosslinking reaction of the cellulose chains could be observed.

Keywords

Crosslinking Reaction Cellulosic Material Polycarboxylic Acid Sodium Hypophosphite Silicon Alkoxide 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors are grateful to Testing Institute of the HTL Dornbirn for making available textile-physical equipment.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research Institute of Textile Chemistry and Textile PhysicsUniversity of InnsbruckDornbirnAustria

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