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3. 4. 'H NMR spectrum of the mixture of the trans-isomer of [MePhSiNH]3 and phenol after mixed of the initial compounds at 4th (a) and 45th (b) min. The character of polymer thermomechanical curves depends on the ratio of ilie original compounds, the volume of radicals at silicon atoms and the nature of the aromatic diol. , Polymers Containing Silicon-Nitrogen and Silicon-Oxygen Bonds 21 polymers without any silazane groups in chains, there is no elastic area on the curves and the polymers demonstrate comparatively high temperatures of vitrification (Tvit = + 38- + 93°C).
4n MePhSiO HO (SiMePhO)m HO (SiMePhO)l 3 ∋ (OSiMePh)pOH (OSiMePh)zOH where , ∋ = Si, Ti, m+ l + p + z = 4n, n = 45+60. 21. The distinctive feature of the reaction is that it proceeds with velocity. An increase of ηsp of the product of CPC occurs in the first 5-10 of the reaction (the conversion of cycle reaches ~ 90% in 10 min ) and practically entirely finishes after one hour. Polymers Containing Silicon-Nitrogen and Silicon-Oxygen Bonds 35 The investigation of hydrodynamical properties as well as certain molecular parameters demonstrates that molecules of the polymer, formed via the reaction between cis-A3 and TMPS-Si are of tertiary functional star-like structure with one canter of branching on a molecule; meanwhile, the polymer obtained from the reaction of cis-A3 with TMCS-Ti has number of branching higher than one.
However, the 100%-substitution of the “residual” voluminous and stiffchain bisphenols does not occur what was confirmed by the IR-spectra: the weak absorbency bands in the area 930-940cm-1 corresponding to the SiNSi groups were found . 14). 14. Dependence of the ammonia amount separated on time, t, in the following reactions (1:1 ratio), temperature 1600C. 1. [(CH3)2SiNH]3 +BBisphenol-2; 2. [(CH3)( C6H5)2SiNH]3 + Bisphenol-2; 3. 8). This is, probably, the result of not only the small volume of the methyl radicals at Si-atom but also of the electron-acceptor effect of the phenyl groups.