- Volume 45 Issue 3
Thermo-reversible Crosslinking Elastomer through Supramolecular Networks
초분자 네트워크를 이용한 열가역성 가교 탄성체
- Bae, Jong-Woo (Korea Institute of Footwear and Leathers Technology) ;
- Oh, Sang-Taek (Korea Institute of Footwear and Leathers Technology) ;
- Kim, Gu-Ni (Korea Institute of Footwear and Leathers Technology) ;
- Baik, Hyen-Jong (Department of Chemical Engineering, Pusan National University) ;
- Kim, Won-Ho (Department of Chemical Engineering, Pusan National University) ;
- Choi, Sung-Seen (Department of Chemistry, Sejong University)
- 배종우 (한국신발피혁연구소) ;
- 오상택 (한국신발피혁연구소) ;
- 김구니 (한국신발피혁연구소) ;
- 백현종 (부산대학교 화학공학과) ;
- 김원호 (부산대학교 화학공학과) ;
- 최성신 (세종대학교 화학과)
- Received : 2010.07.12
- Accepted : 2010.07.26
- Published : 2010.09.30
Recently supramolecular network thermo-reversible crosslinking elastomer having flexibility, various functionality, and advantages of thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) such as recycle and easy processbility is introduced. Although thermo-reversible bonds such as hydrogen bond and ionic cluster is recognized as a common technology since 1990, control technology of bonding and dissociation of crosslink in supramolecular network is a recent technology. In this review, characteristics of thermo-reversible crosslinking elastomer having rheological properties of TPE and reinforcing behaviors of thermoset elastomer are summarized.
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