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  • Chem Sci Trans., 2015, 4(4),  pp 1047-1053  

    DOI:10.7598/cst2015.1105

    Research Article

    Synthesis and Characterization of Styrenated Poly(ester-amide) Resin from Melia Azedarach Seed Oil -An Eco-friendly Resource

  • SAGEER AHAMAD, 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

    Due to fast depletion of petrochemical stock and environmental concern both, utilization of vegetable oils as a renewable resource in the synthesis of polymeric materials are in the spotlight of the chemical industries. Keeping these facts in mind we have attempted to utilize Melia azedarach seed oil (MASO), a renewable and eco-friendly resource presently rot away at the various plantations in each season in the synthesis of styrenated poly(ester-amide) resin (SMAPEA). The poly (ester-amide) (MAPEA) was prepared by the aminolysis of triglyceride oil with diethanol amine followed by the poly (condensation) with phthalic acid. The MAPEA then treated with styrene in different per hundred of resin (phr) to obtain a series of SMAPEA resins. The synthesized intermediates and final resins have been characterized by the measuring the physicochemical properties as per standard laboratory methods and spectral analyses. The coatings of SMAPEA were also tested for physico-mechanical performances.

    Keywords

    Vegetable oil, Styrene, Poly(ester-amide), Renewable resource, Melia azedarach

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