Addition of five-membered cyclic carbonate with amine and its application to polymer synthesis

  • Steblyanko A
  • Choi W
  • Sanda F
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A bifunctional five-membered cyclic carbonate was synthesized from carbon dioxide and diglycidyl terephthalate, and its polyaddition with alkyl diamines were carried out in DMF at room temperature to obtain the corresponding poly(hydroxyure-thane)s with M n s in the range of 6300 –13200 in good yields. The structures of the obtained polymers were confirmed by IR and NMR spectroscopy and their glass-transition and decomposition temperatures were observed at 3–29 °C and 182–277 °C, respectively.

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  • Alexander Steblyanko

  • Wonmun Choi

  • Fumio Sanda

  • Takeshi Endo

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