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Autooxidized polyunsaturated oils/oily acids: Post-it applications and reactions with Fe(III) and adhesion properties

Keleş, Elif | Hazer, Baki

Proceedings | 2008 | Macromolecular Symposia269 ( 1 ) , pp.154 - 160

Soybean oil, sesame oil, linoleic acid and linolenic acid were epoxidized, peroxidized and hydroperoxidized via autooxidation under air oxygen and sunlight at room temperature to obtain novel post-it materials. Polymeric soybean oil peroxide and sesame oil peroxide were containing soluble part of 60%(w/w) together with crosslinked part of 40%(w/w) while polymeric linoleic and polymeric linolenic acids were completely soluble. The autooxidized soluble products with Mn varying between 800 and 3100 Daltons were used as post-it adhesive. The highest adhesion was observed in the case of polymeric soybean oil (3.0 Newton), while adhesion . . .of commercial epoxidized soybean oil, polymeric linoleic and polymeric linolenic acid were 0.8, 0.5 and 0.5 Newton, respectively. Reactions of the autooxidized soluble products with Fe(NO 3)3. 4H2O in the presence of ethanol, glycerol and diethyleneglycol gave the hydroxy functionalized products with the same Mn values and indicating no adhesive properties. When the commercial epoxidized soybean oil was reacted with Fe(NO3)3. 4H 2O in the presence of the alcohols, Mn of the hydroxy functionalized polymeric oil was found to be unchanged. 1H NMR, FT-IR, SEM and GPC techniques were used in the characterization of the products obtained. Copyright © 2008 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA Daha fazlası Daha az

PMMA-multigraft copolymers derived from linseed oil, soybean oil, and linoleic acid: Protein adsorption and bacterial adherence

Çakmaklı, Birten | Hazer, Baki | Açıkgöz, Şerefden | Can, Murat | Cömert, Füsun B.

Article | 2007 | Journal of Applied Polymer Science105 ( 6 ) , pp.3448 - 3457

Synthesis of Poly(methyl methacrylate), PMMA-multigraft copolymers derived from linseed oil, soybean oil, and linoleic acid PMMA-g-polymeric oil/oily acid-g-poly(3-hydroxy alkanoate) (PHA), and their protein adsorption and bacterial adherence have been described. Polymeric oil/oily acid peroxides [polymeric soybean oil peroxide (PSB), polymeric linseed oil peroxide (PLO), and polymeric linoleic acid peroxide (PLina)] initiated the copolymerization of MMA and unsaturated PHA-soya to yield PMMA-PLO-PHA, PMMA-PSB-PHA, and PMMA-PLina-PHA multigraft copolymers. PMMA-PLina-PHA multigraft copolymers were completely soluble while PMMA-PSB-P . . .HA and PMMA-PLO-PHA multigraft copolymers were partially crosslinked. Crosslinked parts of the PLO- and PSB-multigraft copolymers were isolated by the sol gel analysis and characterized by swelling measurements in CHCl3. Soluble part of the PLO- and PSB-multigraft copolymers and completely soluble PLina-multigraft copolymers were obtained and characterized by spectroscopic, thermal, gel permeation chromatography (GPC), and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) techniques. In the mechanical properties of the PHA-PLina-PMMA, the elongation at break is reduced up to ~ 9%, more or less preserving the high stress values at its break point (48%) when compared to PLina-g-PMMA. The solvent casting film surfaces were studied by means of adsorption of blood proteins and bacterial adhesion. Insertion of the PHA into the multigraft copolymers caused the dramatic increase in bacterial adhesion on the polymer surfaces. PHA insertion into the graft copolymers also increased the protein adsorption. © 2007 Wiley Periodicals. Inc Daha fazlası Daha az

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