Activated lipidic cyclic carbonates for non-isocyanate polyurethane synthesis

  title={Activated lipidic cyclic carbonates for non-isocyanate polyurethane synthesis},
  author={Océane Lamarzelle and P. Durand and Anne-Laure Wirotius and Guillaume Chollet and {\'E}tienne Grau and Henri Cramail},
  journal={Polymer Chemistry},
Activated 5-membered cyclic carbonates were prepared from glycerol and fatty acid derivatives. Ester and ether moieties were introduced in the β position to the cyclic carbonate, in order to enhance its reactivity towards amines. 1H NMR kinetic investigation of the aminolysis of these cyclic carbonates demonstrated a higher reactivity compared to the one of alkyl substituted cyclic carbonates. In the case of ester-activated carbonates, a reactivity similar to the one of 6-membered ring cyclic… 

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