Synthesis of High Polymers with a Light Absorption Band in the Visible Region by Interfacial Polycondensation Reaction View Full Text


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DATE

1973-05

AUTHORS

Motoharu Shiba, Hidenori Hiramasu, Hiroto Nakano, Yasuaki Kawano, Yoshimichi Shigeri, Tamotsu Kondo

ABSTRACT

Several commercially available dyes having two or more chemically active hydrogen atoms in their molecules were allowed to react with sebacoyl chloride to form polymers by interfacial polycondensation. Infrared spectra of the products showed absorption bands indicating the formation of polymers. The polymers were found to absorb visible light in solution. The position of λmax of their visible spectra was the same as that of the visible spectra of monomer dyes. The shift of λmax was observed when the solvent was changed. More... »

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366

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