N,N-dialkylamides of long chain fatty acids as plasticizers View Full Text


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1965-11

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R. R. Mod, F. C. Magne, E. L. Skau

ABSTRACT

A number of N,N-dialkylamides have been prepared, characterized and evaluated as plasticizers for poly (vinyl chloride-vinyl acetate) copolymer. Among these are the N-oleoyl derivatives of diisopropyl, dibutyl, diisobutyl, diamyl, dihexyl, diheptyl, dioctyl, di-2-ethylhexyl and didecylamines. Also included are the N,N-dibutylamides of 2-ethylhexanoic, neodecanoic, neotridecanoic, palmitic, stearic, linoleic, erucic, ricinoleic, naphthenic, dimer, pinic, epoxystearic, animal, cottonseed, hydrogenated cottonseed, rapeseed,Limnanthes douglasii seed and parsley seed acids. Optimum low-temperature plasticizing properties are achieved for the N-oleoyl derivatives of dibutyl, diamyl and dihexyl amines. These low-temperature properties are comparable to those of the adipate and sebacate plasticizers without the adverse volatility characteristics of the adipates. Compatibility of the N,N-dialkyloleamides extends through the dihexyl derivative. A brief heat stability study of some selected plasticized polylvinyl chloride copolymer compositions indicates that the thermal stabilization of amide plasticizers is not an insurmountable problem. More... »

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