Analysis and Testing of Bisphenol A-Free Bio-Based Tannin Epoxy-Acrylic Adhesives

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Shayesteh Jahanshahi; Antonio Pizzi; Ali Abdulkhani; Alireza Shakeri;
  • Publisher: MDPI
  • Journal: Polymers,volume 8,issue 4 (issn: 2073-4360, eissn: 2073-4360)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/polym8040143, pmc: PMC6431860
  • Subject: glycidylation | MALDI-TOF | adhesives | QD241-441 | 13C-NMR | [ SPI.MAT ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Materials | tannin | biosourced adhesives | Article | FT-MIR | 13 C-NMR | epoxy resin | Organic chemistry | acrylic acid | C-13-NMR | [ CHIM.POLY ] Chemical Sciences/Polymers

International audience; A tannin-based epoxy acrylate resin was prepared from glycidyl ether tannin (GET) and acrylic acid. The influence of the reaction condition for producing tannin epoxy acrylate was studied by FT-MIR, C-13-NMR, MALDI-TOF spectroscopy and shear stre... View more
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