Step-Growth Polymerization and Step-Growth Polymers

  • A. Ravve
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Abstract

Two types of monomers can undergo step-growth polymerizations.1,4,5 Both are polyfunctional, but one type possesses only one kind of functionality. An example is adipic acid that has two functional groups, but both are carboxylic acid groups. Another is hexamethylene diamine with two amine functional groups. To the second type belong monomers that have both functional groups needed for condensation on the same molecule. An example of such a monomer is p-aminobenzoic acid, where both amino and carboxylic acid groups are present in the same molecule. Chain growths proceed from reactions between two different functional groups with both types of molecules. An exception is formation of polyanhydrides, where the polymeric chains are formed from two carboxylic acid groups reacting with each other and splitting out water. There are some other exceptions as well.

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Epoxy Oligomer Styrene Transesterification Pyrazole 

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