|Other Titles:||Silicon-containing polyaryletherketons||Authors:||Danz, Nadine||Supervisor:||Beckmann, Jens||1. Expert:||Beckmann, Jens||2. Expert:||Azov, Validimir||Abstract:||
PAEK is a crystalline aromatic poly(ether-ketone) and an industrially important high-performance thermoplastic with a very high thermal stability, which has found numerous applications, e.g. as material for bone replacement implants. we have found a new way to syntheses PAEK and we report on the syntheses of related hybrid polymers containing siloxane linkages [p,p'-Me2SiC6H4EC6H4SiMe2O]n (E = CO, O, S). Like the parent PAEK, the polysiloxane 1 comprising the carbonyl group is a crystalline high-melting polymer, whereas the polysiloxanes 2 and 3 containing ether and thioether groups are oils. The corresponding cyclic oligomers, namely the dimeric silacyclophanes [p,p'-Me2SiC6H4EC6H4SiMe2O]2 (E = CO, O, S) were also obtained and fully characterized by X-ray crystallography.
|Keywords:||polyaryletherketon, silicon hybrid polymers, polysilans, polysiloxans||Issue Date:||4-Jul-2014||URN:||urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-00103882-14||Institution:||Universität Bremen||Faculty:||FB2 Biologie/Chemie|
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