vulcanization of fluoropolymers based on vdf

vulcanization of fluoropolymers based on vdf

  • vulcanization of fluoropolymers based on vdf with amines , bisphenols and peroxides/triallylisocyanurate systems as grafting or crosslinking agents

    VULCANIZATION OF FLUOROPOLYMERS BASED ON VDF WITH AMINES , BISPHENOLS AND PEROXIDES/TRIALLYLISOCYANURATE SYSTEMS AS GRAFTING OR CROSSLINKING AGENTS

    In VDF-based fluoropolymers, and especially poly(VDF-co-HFP) copolymer, dehydrofluorination occurs on special sites. Paciorek et al. [23] studied the crosslinking of amines on several fluoro-compounds models.

  • from vinylidene fluoride (vdf) to the applications of vdf-containing polymers and copolymers: recent developments and future trends

    From Vinylidene Fluoride (VDF) to the Applications of VDF-Containing Polymers and Copolymers: Recent Developments and Future Trends

    4.4.2. Telechelics from Fluorinated Telomers based on VDF 4.5. Chemical Modification of PVDF and VDF containing Copolymers 4.6. Conclusion 5. APPLICATIONS OF FLUOROPOLYMERS BASED ON VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE 6. CONCLUSION 7. LIST

  • well‐defined copolymers based on poly(vinylidene fluoride): from preparation and phase separation to application - voet - 2014 - journal

    Well‐defined copolymers based on poly(vinylidene fluoride): From preparation and phase separation to application - Voet - 2014 - Journal

    Another synthetic approach, based on emulsion polymerization of fluoromonomers in the presence of chloroform and subsequent use of P(VDF‐r‐HFP) as macroinitiator in ATRP of nonfluorinated vinyl monomers, lead to P(VDF‐r‐HFP)‐b‐PS and P(VDF‐r‐HFP

  • us20050167928a1 - dynamic seal using vulcanization of fluorocarbon elastomers - google patents

    US20050167928A1 - Dynamic seal using vulcanization of fluorocarbon elastomers - Google Patents

    vdf Prior art date 2004-02-04 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.) Abandoned Application

  • decomposition of fluoropolymers by their mineralization in subcritical water - sciencedirect

    Decomposition of fluoropolymers by their mineralization in subcritical water - ScienceDirect

    1/1/2020 · Based on the above background, we reported several decomposition techniques for organofluorine compounds, representatively, perfluoroalkane sulfonic acids (general formula C n F 2n+1 SO 3 H) and perfluoroalkanoic acids (i.e., perfluorocarboxylic

  • ep0131203a1 - fluoroelastomeric compositions based on a copolymer of vinylidene fluoride - google patents

    EP0131203A1 - Fluoroelastomeric compositions based on a copolymer of vinylidene fluoride - Google Patents

    Fluoroelastomeric compositions based on vinylidene fluoride, having a high adhesion to metals in the vulcanized state, and characterized in that they contain small amounts of chlorotrifluoroethylene which is present as a comonomer of an

  • end groups in fluoropolymers - sciencedirect

    End groups in fluoropolymers - ScienceDirect

    4/6/1999 · By using ethane as a chain-transfer agent in the emulsion polymerisation of TFE based thermoplastic fluoropolymers, we expect to obtain –CF 2 –CH ⋅ 2 –CH 3 end groups. As a matter of fact in the complex pattern observed in the CH stretching

  • us patent application for method for the synthesis of fluoropolymers patent application (application #20200247922 issued august 6, 2020) - justia

    US Patent Application for METHOD FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF FLUOROPOLYMERS Patent Application (Application #20200247922 issued August 6, 2020) - Justia

    CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS This application claims priority to US provisional patent application No. 62/573,677 filed on 17 Oct. 2017 and to European application No. 17199618.4 filed on 2 Nov. 2017, the whole content of those

  • from vinylidene fluoride (vdf) to the applications of vdf-containing polymers and copolymers: recent developments and future trends

    From Vinylidene Fluoride (VDF) to the Applications of VDF-Containing Polymers and Copolymers: Recent Developments and Future Trends

    4.4.2. Telechelics from Fluorinated Telomers based on VDF 4.5. Chemical Modification of PVDF and VDF containing Copolymers 4.6. Conclusion 5. APPLICATIONS OF FLUOROPOLYMERS BASED ON VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE 6. CONCLUSION 7. LIST

  • [hal-00447403, v1] from vinylidene fluoride (vdf) to the applications of vdf-containing polymers and copolymers: recent developments and future trends

    [hal-00447403, v1] From Vinylidene Fluoride (VDF) to the Applications of VDF-Containing Polymers and Copolymers: Recent Developments and Future Trends

    Telechelics from Fluorinated Telomers based on VDF 4.5. Chemical Modification of PVDF and VDF co ntaining Copolymers 4.6. Conclusion 5. APPLICATIONS OF FLUOROPOLYMERS BASED ON V INYLIDENE FLUORIDE 6. CONCLUSION 1-5...

  • crosslinking of vinylidene fluoride-containing fluoropolymers | springerlink

    Crosslinking of Vinylidene Fluoride-Containing Fluoropolymers | SpringerLink

    A fourth way to crosslink VDF-based fluoropolymers deals with high energy radiation, such as X and γ (60 Co or 137 Cs)-rays, and charged particles (β-particles and electrons). Three different reactions are possible after irradiation of a PVDF,

  • synthesis and characterizations of novel proton-conducting fluoropolymer electrolyte membranes based on poly(vinylidene fluoride-ter

    Synthesis and Characterizations of Novel Proton-Conducting Fluoropolymer Electrolyte Membranes Based on Poly(vinylidene fluoride-ter

    The synthesis and the characterization of new polymer electrolyte membranes made of fluorinated copolymers based on vinylidene fluoride (VDF) and hexafluoropropylene (HFP) and grafted by aryl sulfonic acids are presented. They were obtained in a

  • new proton conductive composite materials with co-continuous phases using functionalized and crosslinkable vdf/ctfe fluoropolymers

    New Proton Conductive Composite Materials with Co-continuous Phases Using Functionalized and Crosslinkable VDF/CTFE Fluoropolymers

    Membrane optimization based on test results and tuning the synthesis of polymers and inorganic additives.and crosslinkable TFE/VDF fluoropolymers. 1st year Synthesis of the functionalized polymeric material for membrane fabrication and

  • us patent application for formulations based on electroactive fluoropolymers for actuators patent application (application #20200235283 issued

    US Patent Application for FORMULATIONS BASED ON ELECTROACTIVE FLUOROPOLYMERS FOR ACTUATORS Patent Application (Application #20200235283 issued

    FORMULATIONS BASED ON ELECTROACTIVE FLUOROPOLYMERS FOR ACTUATORS Jul 19, 2018 - ARKEMA FRANCE The present invention relates to compositions obtained by mixing specific electroactive fluoro-terpolymers and specific electroactive fluorinated

  • filter blogs by tag: fluoropolymers

    Filter Blogs By tag: Fluoropolymers

    Commercial fluoropolymers are based on TFE, VDF, and to a lesser extent CTFE. Examples of comonomers include PMVE, PEVE, PPVE, HFP, CTFE, and PFBE. The general consequences of substitution of fluorine for hydrogen in a polymer include increased

  • processing of high performance fluoropolymers by laser sintering

    Processing of High Performance Fluoropolymers by Laser Sintering

    based applications could be possible thanks to the high thermal and chemical stability of fluoropolymers. Finally, t he use of a modified build plate showed promise and allowed the printing of multiple layers. Materials and Methods Materials

  • fluoropolymers [substech]

    Fluoropolymers [SubsTech]

    Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a fully fluorinated polymer made by a polymerization of the monomer CF 2 =CF 2 - tetrafluoroethylene (TFE). PTFE is one of the most widely used fluoropolymers due to its excellent properties: chemical inertness,

  • ferroelectric terpolymers, based on semicrystalline vdf/trfe/chloro-containing termonomers: synthesis, electrical properties,

    Ferroelectric terpolymers, based on semicrystalline VDF/TRFE/chloro-containing termonomers: Synthesis, electrical properties,

    method is performed, by incorporating the small amount (̃7 mol %) of the chloro-containing termonomers, including chlorotrifluoroethylene (CTFE), 1,1 and 1,2-chloro-fluoroethylene (CFE), 1-chloro-2,2-difluoro ethylene (CDFE), into VDF/TrFE