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  • Chem Sci Trans., 2015, 4(3),  pp 858-864  

    DOI:10.7598/cst2015.1060

    Research Article

    Studies on Acrylic Acid Modified Poly(Ester-Amide) Resins from Melia Azedarach Seed Oil - A Renewable Resource

  • SAGEER AHAMAD, GHAZALA IMRAN, S. A. AHMAD and A. HASNAT*
  • Natural Product and Polymer Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, G.F. College (M.J.P. Rohilkhand University) Shahjahanpur, U.P. 242001, India
  • Abstract

    Syntheses of polymeric materials from renewable resources have been increased day by day due to fear of depletion of petroleum resources by the end of 21st century. Vegetable oils especially obtained from different seeds are non-toxic; non-depletable and are friendly to the environment, attracted the attention of researcher recently for the utilization in making polymeric resins. In this work we have attempted to utilize Melia azedarach seed oil (MASO), a renewable resource abundantly available worldwide in the synthesis of acrylic acid modified poly (ester-amide) resins (AAMAPEA). The poly(ester-amide) (MAPEA) was prepared by the aminolysis of triglyceride with diethanol amine followed by the step-growth polymerization with phthalic acid. The MAPEA then treated with acrylic acid in different per hundred of resin (phr) to obtain a series of AAMAPEA resins. The synthesized polymeric resins have been characterized by measuring the physicochemical properties and spectral analyses. Physicomechanical performances and protective ability of the polymeric films in different corrosive environments were also investigated as per standard methods. The studies reveals that AAMAPEA resin can be used as profitable anticorrosive coating material

    Keywords

    Melia azedarach, Acrylic acid, Poly(ester-amide), Renewable resource, Coating materials

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