renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both pvc

  • renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both pvc and pla

    Renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both PVC and PLA

    Acetylated malic acid alkyl esters, as alternative plasticizers for the both plasticization of PVC and PLA polymers derived from renewable natural malic acid, were synthesized by the esterification of malic acid and subsequent acetylation in an isolated yield of 95% or more.

  • renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both pvc and pla

    Renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both PVC and PLA

    Renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both PVC and PLA polymers Author links open overlay panel Minsu Park a b 1 Inwoo Choi a b 1 Sangjun Lee c Seung-ju Hong a b Aryeon Kim a Jihoon Shin a b Ho-Cheol Kang a Young-Wun Kim a b

  • a brief overview of theories of pvc plasticization

    A brief overview of theories of PVC plasticization

    Minsu Park, Inwoo Choi, Sangjun Lee, Seung-ju Hong, Aryeon Kim, Jihoon Shin, Ho-Cheol Kang, Young-Wun Kim, Renewable Malic Acid-based Plasticizers for Both PVC and PLA Polymers, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 10.1016/j.jiec.2020.04.007, (2020).

  • young-wun kim's research works | korea research institute

    Young-Wun Kim's research works | Korea Research Institute

    Young-Wun Kim's 53 research works with 540 citations and 3,439 reads, including: Renewable Malic Acid-based Plasticizers for Both PVC and PLA Polymers

  • sangjun lee | senior researcher | phd | korea research

    Sangjun LEE | Senior Researcher | PhD | Korea Research

    Renewable Malic Acid-based Plasticizers for Both PVC and PLA Polymers. Article. May 2020 (lactic acid) (PLA), were synthesized by the esterification of renewable malic acid with alcohols and

  • journal of industrial and engineering chemistry | vol 88

    Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry | Vol 88

    select article Renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both PVC and PLA polymers. Renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both PVC and PLA polymers. Minsu

  • plasticizers derived from biomass resources: a short review

    Plasticizers Derived from Biomass Resources: A Short Review

    Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plasticizers derived from biomass resources (vegetable oil, cardanol, vegetable fatty acid, glycerol and citric acid) have been widely studied to replace petroleum-based o-phthalate plasticizers. These bio-based plasticizers mainly include epoxidized plasticizer, polyester plasticizer, macromolecular plasticizer, flame

  • role of the oxethyl unit in the structure of vegetable oil

    Role of the Oxethyl Unit in the Structure of Vegetable Oil

    For the DA-2n plasticized PVC samples (with a plasticizer/PVC weight ratio of 50:100), the bands of CCl–H at 964 cm −1 and C–Cl at 833 cm −1 were both shifted to low wavenumbers with the increase in the number of oxyethyl units. Figure S3a provides more details on this. Hooke’s law shows that the force constant is proportional to the

  • health, eco concerns give non-phthalate plasticizers a push

    Health, Eco Concerns Give Non-Phthalate Plasticizers a Push

    In PVC compounds, Vertellus’s Citroflex citric-acid-based plasticizers reportedly provide value through the superior mechanical properties they bring at lower dosages in certain applications. Citroflex reportedly has broader regulatory approvals in medical applications than other biobased plasticizers used in PVC and biopolymer compounds.

  • be1021389b1 - tangeric acid based weekmakers. - google patents

    BE1021389B1 - Tangeric acid based weekmakers. - Google Patents

    The plasticizers according to the invention contain a succinate mixer of benzyl 2-propylheptyl succinate or benzyl isononyl succinate. The mixer is preferably at least 30 mol% of the total succinates. The invention also relates to plastisols and plastics that contain these plasticizers.

  • journal of industrial and engineering chemistry - terkko

    Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry - Terkko

    Renewable malic acid-based plasticizers for both PVC and PLA polymers. 18 days Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. Read; Enhanced colloidal stability of

  • a brief overview of theories of pvc plasticization

    A brief overview of theories of PVC plasticization

    This paper reviews the most widely used models for explaining how plasticizers render PVC flexible. These models include the gel, lubricity, and free volume theories; kinetic theories; and mathematical models which predict on the basis of plasticizer structure how much a plasticizer will lower the polymer glass transition in a flexible PVC compound.

  • wo2019012564a1 - stretch film made of plasticized pvc, to be

    WO2019012564A1 - Stretch film made of plasticized pvc, to be

    A stretch film made of plasticized PVC is described, to be used with automatic packaging machines, wherein the plasticizers are of a renewable origin (raw materials from plant or animal sources).