Telechelic Oligo(N-Vinylpyrolydone)swith Cumene Based Terminal Groups for Block-Copolymer and Nanoparticle Obtaining

Polymers with terminal epoxy, phosphate, fluoroalkyl groups were obtained by radical polymerization in the presence of chain transfer agents derived from isopropylbenzene. The structure of polymers was confirmed by NMR spectra and functional analysis. Polymers with functional fragment were used for synthesis of polymer-inorganic particles and copolymers with poly(2-ethyl-2-oxazoline) fragment.

Synthesis of peroxy oligomers on the basis of epoxy compounds in presence of tert-butylperoxymethanol

We have studied the possibility of peroxy oligomers synthesis by chemical modification of epoxy resins with tert-butylperoxymethanol or diepoxy compounds telomerization with glycols in the presence of trifluorine boron using tert-butylperoxymethanol as telogen. The reaction conditions have been determined and synthesis procedures have been developed. The structures of synthesized products were proved by chemical, IR- and PMR-spectroscopic investigations.

Synthesis of peroxy oligomers using 1,2-epoxy-3-tert-butyl peroxypropane

The possibility of peroxy oligomer synthesis has been studied by three methods: telomerization of diepoxy derivatives of ethylene glycol or Bisphenol A using 1,2-epoxy-3-tert-butyl peroxypropane as telogen, modification of phenol-formaldehyde resins by 1,2-epoxy-3-tert-butyl peroxypropane and polycondensation of phenol containing –O–O– bonds with formaldehyde. The peroxy oligomers obtaining conditions have been established and 7 new oligomers with peroxy groups have been synthesized. The structures of synthesized oligomers have been verified by chemical and spectral methods.

Novel Peroxide Containing Pegylated Polyampholytic Block Copolymers

The synthesis of block-copolymers of controlled chain length and content of end peroxide groups via polymerization of dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate initiated by Ce4+-PEG system using a functional peroxide-containing chain transfer agent was developed. Rheological and colloidal-chemical characteristics of novel polyampholitic surfactants were studied.