Linear semicrystalline polyesters from fatty acids by complete feedstock molecule utilization.

@article{Quinzler2010LinearSP,
  title={Linear semicrystalline polyesters from fatty acids by complete feedstock molecule utilization.},
  author={Dorothee Quinzler and Stefan Mecking},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2010},
  volume={49 25},
  pages={4306-8}
}
Thermoplastic polymers are currently prepared almost exclusively from fossil feedstocks. In view of the limited availability of such feedstocks, alternative renewable resources are desirable in the long term.[1.2] Polymer production from a renewable resource ideally allows for a complete molecular utilization of the feedstock and carries its molecular structure over into the resulting polymers, providing them with specific desirable properties. In this regard, fatty acids from plant oils are… CONTINUE READING
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