Anionic Polymerization of ${\varepsilon}$-Caprolactam via $CS_2$ / KOH Catalysis (Ⅲ)

$CS_2$ / KOH Catalysis에 의한 ${\varepsilon}$-Caprolactam의 음이온 중합 (제3보)

  • 구명서 (한국과학원 화학 및 화학공학과) ;
  • 최삼권 (한국과학원 화학 및 화학공학과)
  • Published : 1977.12.30

Abstract

The anionic polymerization of ${\varepsilon}$-caprolactam via $CS_2$/KOH catalysis was carried out under various conditions. The inherent viscosity of the polymers and percent conversion of the polymers were determined. It was observed that the percent conversion was increased as an increasing concentration of catalyst and initiator. The percent conversion was relatively low at low temperature and the highest percent conversion was obtained at temperature between $130^{\circ}C,\;to\;155^{\circ}C$ with any $CS_2$/KOH mole ratio.

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