Bio-Based Epoxy Polymers, Blends, and Composites: Synthesis, Properties, Characterization, and Applications
- Bio-Based Epoxy Polymers, Blends, and Composites: Synthesis, Properties, Characterization, and Applications
- 정용채; 김영오
- Flame Retardancy; bioepoxy
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- John Wiley & Sons
- This chapter reports on the present research on flame-retardant bio-based epoxy resins. Specifically, we have discussed the flame retardancy evaluation method, recent market trend, and flame retardancy of epoxy based on lignin and tannic acid. The recent research trend of the flame retardancy of bio-epoxy using nano- or micro- sized organic-inorganic additives is also described. We believe that our study makes a significant contribution to the literature because the development of eco-friendly bio-based epoxy resins and bio-based flame retardants with remarkable flame-retardant properties in the future is an effective approach to solving the problems encountered while using polymer as well as composite materials from epoxy. Further, we believe that this report will be of interest to the readers because research on bio-based epoxy resins is both an important development in the field of polymer materials as well as an important means for saving energy and reducing pollutant emissions and developing a low-carbon economy.
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