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We have prepared and examined a variety of bio-based thermoplastics, thermosets, and composites, including epoxies, vinyl esters, allyl ethers, polyesters, and polycarbonates with and without reinforcing fibers. These novel materials were strategically assembled from monomers based on lignin-derived, (hemi) cellulose-derived, and cashew nut shell liquid-derived platform chemicals.
In this webinar, we will highlight our work on fundamentally understanding the processing-structure-property relationships of our bio-based polymers and composites via APC, thermal, and rheological techniques, all of which were performed on Waters and TA Instruments instrumentation.
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Key Learning Objectives
Molecularly hybrid approach utilized to design new, advanced bio-based polymers
Syntheses of new, advanced bio-based polymers
APC, Thermal, and Rheological techniques
Who Should Attend
Researchers / R&D Managers
Joseph F. Stanzione, III, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering Rowan University