Thermal degradation in a trimodal poly(dimethylsiloxane) network studied by (1)H multiple quantum NMR.

@article{Giuliani2007ThermalDI,
  title={Thermal degradation in a trimodal poly(dimethylsiloxane) network studied by (1)H multiple quantum NMR.},
  author={Jason R Giuliani and Erica Lee Gjersing and Sarah C. Chinn and Ticora V. Jones and Thomas S. Wilson and Cynthia T. Alviso and Julie L. Herberg and Mark A Pearson and R. Stockton Maxwell},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2007},
  volume={111 45},
  pages={12977-84}
}
Thermal degradation of a filled, cross-linked siloxane material synthesized from poly(dimethylsiloxane) chains of three different average molecular weights and with two different cross-linking species has been studied by (1)H multiple quantum (MQ) NMR methods. Multiple domains of polymer chains were detected by MQ NMR exhibiting residual dipolar coupling () values of 200 and 600 Hz, corresponding to chains with high average molecular weight between cross-links and chains with low average… CONTINUE READING