Microwave-assisted cationic ring-opening polymerization of a soy-based 2-oxazoline monomer

R. Hoogenboom, F.D. Wiesbrock, U.S. Schubert

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The microwave-assisted cationic ring-opening polymn. of a soy based 2-oxazoline monomer (SoyOx) is described. The microwave irradn. provides more efficient heating when compared to conventional heating and, in addn., the SoyOx was prepd. starting from a sustainable resource (soy beans). The microwave polymn. of SoyOx was completed within 15 min when it was heated to 140-C in acetonitrile utilizing Me tosylate as initiator. During the microwave polymn., the living character of the polymn. was retained. Furthermore, the SoyOx microwave polymn. was successfully performed in the absence of volatile org. solvents. This bulk polymn. resulted in a well-defined pSoyOx as well. In conclusion, the microwave-irradn. provides a green alternative to conventional heating for the cationic ring-opening polymn. of 2-oxazolines.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAbstracts of Papers, 230th ACS National Meeting
Place of PublicationWashington
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
PagesPMSE-516
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event230th ACS National Meeting - Washington, United States
Duration: 28 Aug 20051 Sep 2005

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Conference230th ACS National Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityWashington
Period28/08/051/09/05

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Hoogenboom, R., Wiesbrock, F. D., & Schubert, U. S. (2005). Microwave-assisted cationic ring-opening polymerization of a soy-based 2-oxazoline monomer. In Abstracts of Papers, 230th ACS National Meeting (pp. PMSE-516). Washington: American Chemical Society.
Hoogenboom, R. ; Wiesbrock, F.D. ; Schubert, U.S. / Microwave-assisted cationic ring-opening polymerization of a soy-based 2-oxazoline monomer. Abstracts of Papers, 230th ACS National Meeting. Washington : American Chemical Society, 2005. pp. PMSE-516
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Microwave-assisted cationic ring-opening polymerization of a soy-based 2-oxazoline monomer. / Hoogenboom, R.; Wiesbrock, F.D.; Schubert, U.S.

Abstracts of Papers, 230th ACS National Meeting. Washington : American Chemical Society, 2005. p. PMSE-516.

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Hoogenboom R, Wiesbrock FD, Schubert US. Microwave-assisted cationic ring-opening polymerization of a soy-based 2-oxazoline monomer. In Abstracts of Papers, 230th ACS National Meeting. Washington: American Chemical Society. 2005. p. PMSE-516