Multihydroxy-functional oligophenylene oxide

H. Oevering (Inventor), G.H. Werumeus Buning (Inventor), E.W. Meijer (Inventor), H.A.M. Aert, van (Inventor), G.J.J. Out (Inventor)

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Abstract

Multihydroxy-functional oligophenylene oxide obtainable by reacting a compound containing hydroxyaryl comprising at least three hydroxyaryl groups according to formula (I), wherein R = an aromatic, aliphatic or cycloaliphatic group containing 1-50 carbon atoms, R, R = H or an aromatic, aliphatic or cycloaliphatic group containing 1-50 carbon atoms, or two of the R, R or R groups together constitute a ring structure containing 4-50 carbon atoms with a polyphenylene oxide in the presence of a catalyst complex comprising a transition metal and and amine.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1996

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polyphenylene oxide

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Patent WO9601865 1996-01-25 ; AU2809295 1996-02-09

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Oevering, H., Werumeus Buning, G. H., Meijer, E. W., Aert, van, H. A. M., & Out, G. J. J. (1996). Multihydroxy-functional oligophenylene oxide.
Oevering, H. (Inventor) ; Werumeus Buning, G.H. (Inventor) ; Meijer, E.W. (Inventor) ; Aert, van, H.A.M. (Inventor) ; Out, G.J.J. (Inventor). / Multihydroxy-functional oligophenylene oxide.
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