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Thermal Properties of Polyurethane Elastomers Prepared with MBCA/DMTDA Mixture as Curing Agent
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 Title & Authors
Thermal Properties of Polyurethane Elastomers Prepared with MBCA/DMTDA Mixture as Curing Agent
Ahn, Won Sool;
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 Abstract
Both melting temperature and enthalpy of MBCA/DMTDA mixtures were measured as a function of DMTDA compositions using DSC. The thermal properties of polyurethane elastomer samples prepared with MBCA, DMTDA, and 40/60 MBCA/DMTDA mixture as curing agents were also observed using TGA. MBCA and DMTDA showed good miscibility over the entire composition range, exhibiting individual DSC melting peaks. Peak temperatures were non-linearly reduced as DMTDA concentrations increased, being approximately in the case of the 40/60 MBCA/DMTDA mixture. Furthermore, melting enthalpy of the mixture was calculated as 3.8 J/g, which was only 4.3% compared to 87.3 J/g of MBCA. Based on these results, crystallization of the mixture was considered to occur very slowly, and the fluidic gel-state of the mixture was visually confirmed to be maintained over 5 days at room temperature. Thermal decomposition of polyurethane elastomer prepared with 40/60 MBCA/DMTDA curative started at about , which is similar to that observed for DMTDA, only except decomposition behavior over higher temperature of .
 Keywords
MBCA;DMTDA;MBCA/DMTDA mixture;Polyurethane Elastomer;Thermal Property;
 Language
Korean
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