Hyperbranched polyesters by polycondensation of fatty acid-based ABn-type monomers

@article{Testud2017HyperbranchedPB,
  title={Hyperbranched polyesters by polycondensation of fatty acid-based ABn-type monomers},
  author={Blandine Testud and Didier G. Pintori and {\'E}tienne Grau and Daniel Taton and Henri Cramail},
  journal={Green Chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={259-269}
}
Widely available vegetable oils were readily derivatized into chemically pure ABn-type monomers (n = 2 or 3). Their polymerization led to unprecedented hyperbranched polyesters. Four different AB2/AB3-type monomers bearing one A-type methyl ester and two or three B-type alcohol functions were purposely synthesized via two elementary steps, i.e. epoxidation of the internal double bond of the vegetable oil precursors followed by ring-opening of the epoxy groups under acidic conditions. The… 
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