Novel high glass temperature sugar-based epoxy resins: Characterization and comparison to mineral oil-based aliphatic and aromatic resins

@inproceedings{Niedermann2015NovelHG,
  title={Novel high glass temperature sugar-based epoxy resins: Characterization and comparison to mineral oil-based aliphatic and aromatic resins},
  author={P{\'e}ter Niedermann and G{\'a}bor Szeb{\'e}nyi and Andrea Toldy},
  year={2015}
}
Curing and rheological behaviour, glass transition temperature, mechanical and thermal properties of two newly synthesized glucopyranoside- (GPTE) and glucofuranoside- (GFTE) based renewable epoxy resin (EP) components were investigated and compared to aromatic and aliphatic EPs. The glucose-based EPs can be successfully cured with amine and anhydride type curing agents, their gel times are suitable for processing and can be well-adopted to the needs of the com- mon composite preparation… CONTINUE READING

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