Synthesis and Characterization of Curing Agent Affording Recyclability to Epoxy Resin
- Synthesis and Characterization of Curing Agent Affording Recyclability to Epoxy Resin
- 고문주; 김두헌; 김영현; 손홍래
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- 2019년 한국고분자학회 춘계학술대회
- Epoxy resin (EP), the most common thermosetting resin, forms a three-dimensional cross-linked network structure when curing agent were subjected to resin. Epoxy resin has been used in various industrial applications because of its good adhesion, chemical resistance, thermal resistance, and mechanical properties. However, the properties of infusibility and insolubility in organic solvent of cured epoxy resin makes it impossible to recycling. Recently, new epoxy resins dissolved in organic solvents have been reported, and research on the chemical recycling of cured epoxy resin has been attracting current interest in composites science. But, the recyclable epoxy has limitations in practical use due to its lower physical properties than that of conventional epoxies. In this study, we have developed a novel curing agent affording recyclability to general epoxy resins without lowering physical properties after curing. The results will be discussed in poster presentation.
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