These peaks correspond to side-chain cleavage of the ethyl and propyl groups respectively.
In this thesis, the development of emulsion polymerization theory and related new technologies are comprehensively reviewed, and the synthetic technologies of acrylate latex modified by organosilicon both at home and abroad are also reviewed. based on the current development and research in this field, attentions of this study are focused on three ways for preparing novel acrylate latexes modified by organosilicons, that is, 1 ) the acrylate monomers are copolymerized with unsaturated silicons by emulsion copolymerization ; 2 ) a new latex with microphase separation morphology is synthesized, which shows a core - shell structure character ; 3 ) soap - free polymerization is explored for preparing a higher - performance latex using an unsaturated silicon monomer, different acrylates and a reactive emulsifier. by using techniques of delaying addition of organosilicon monomer and a hydrolysis inhibitor, the hydrolysis and condensation of 3 - ( trimethoxysilyl ) propyl methacrylate during polymerization can be effectively prevented, as a result, organosilicon content in the macromolecular chain is increased
Using niobic acid as catalyst, cyclohexane as dehydrant, benzyl propionate was synthesized based on propionic acid and benzyl alcohol
Based on orthogonal test, the factors influencing the synthesis of di - n - propyl phosphite, such as reaction temperature, reaction time and molar ratio of reactant, were investigated
Catalytic synthesis of ethyl propionate with p - toluene sulfonic acid