Thermal Degradation of The Poly(m-phenylene Oxadiazole) Molecules in Sulphuric Acid View Full Text


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2000-03

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P. N. Lavrenko, O. V. Okatova, K. A. Andreeva, B. Schulz

ABSTRACT

Translational diffusion of poly-2,5-(1,3-phenylene)-1,3,4-oxadiazole (PMOD) in solution in 96% sulphuric acid was studied, and intrinsic viscosity was measured at different stages of thermal degradation. Polymer solution has previously been subjected to heating at temperature ranging from 75 to 104°C and then investigated at 26°C. A monotonic decrease in intrinsic viscosity and the molecular mass, M, of degraded products with increasing degradation temperature was detected. The rate constant of the degradation process has been obtained from the change in M of the degradation products with time at a fixed solution temperature, and the activation energy of the process was calculated by using the temperature dependence of the rate constant. The activation energy (E =102±8 kJ–1 ) is close to that obtained previously for the hydrolysis of poly-2,5-(1,4-phenylene)-1,3,4-oxadiazole (PPOD) in sulphuric acid (106 kJ–1 ), the rate constant being approximately twice in the value. More... »

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741-746

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