a novel biobased resin?epoxidized soybean oil modified

A novel biobased resin‐epoxidized soybean oil modified

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May 27, 2008 · A novel biobased resin‐epoxidized soybean oil modified cyanate ester Guozhu Zhan Lin Zhao Sheng Hu Wenjun Gan Yingfeng Yu Xiaolin Tang First published: 27 May 2008 https://doi.org/10.1002/pen.21096 Cited by: 26 PDF Tools Share Abstract

May 27, 2008 · A novel biobased resin-epoxidized soybean oil modified cyanate ester Guozhu Zhan, Lin Zhao, Sheng Hu, Wenjun Gan, Yingfeng Yu, Xiaolin Tang First published: 27 May 2008 https://doi.org/10.1002/pen.21096 Citations: 32 PDF Tools Share Abstract

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A novel biobased resin‐epoxidized soybean oil modified

epoxy resin and unsaturated polyester [18–22]. At present, of all the available plant oils, soybean oil appears to be the most attractive alternative resource for biobased materials because of its low-price and abundant supply. The largest category of industrial soybean oil used includes plastics and resins. Epoxidized soybean oil

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Renewable bio-based adhesive fabricated from a novel

In this study, a bio-based soy protein adhesive derived from environmentally friendly and renewable enzymatic hydrolysis lignin (EHL), epoxidized soybean oil (ESO), and soy protein isolate (SPI), was successfully prepared.

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A novel biobased resin‐epoxidized soybean oil modified

Jie Zhang, Sheng Hu, Guozhu Zhan, Xiaolin Tang and Yingfeng Yu, Biobased nanocomposites from clay modified blend of epoxidized soybean oil and cyanate ester resin, Progress in Organic Coatings, 10.1016/j.porgcoat.2013.07.017, 76, 11, (1683-1690), (2013).

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Bio-Based Epoxy Resins of Epoxidized Soybean oil Cured with

The construction of fully bio-based epoxy resins (EP) has been of particular interest in both academia and industrial circles for years; among these, epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) derived thermosets have received the most attention, but they usually exhibit poor performance due to their flexible fatty chains.

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A novel biobased resin‐epoxidized soybean oil modified

In this work, a novel biobased UV-curable oligomer (GMAESO) was firstly synthesized from epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) and gallic acid (GA) via a ‘green’ one pot method. The obtained biobased oligomer possessed a biobased content of 82.9%.

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Novel biobased resins from blends of functionalized soybean

Jie Zhang, Sheng Hu, Guozhu Zhan, Xiaolin Tang and Yingfeng Yu, Biobased nanocomposites from clay modified blend of epoxidized soybean oil and cyanate ester resin, Progress in Organic Coatings, 10.1016/j.porgcoat.2013.07.017, 76, 11, (1683-1690), (2013).

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Modification of Novel Bio-Based Resin-Epoxidized Soybean Oil

The construction of fully bio-based epoxy resins (EP) has been of particular interest in both academia and industrial circles for years; among these, epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) derived thermosets have received the most attention, but they usually exhibit poor performance due to their flexible fatty chains.

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High-performance 3D printing UV-curable resins derived from

In this work, a novel biobased UV-curable oligomer (GMAESO) was firstly synthesized from epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) and gallic acid (GA) via a ‘green’ one pot method. The obtained biobased oligomer possessed a biobased content of 82.9%.

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Modification of novel bio‐based resin‐epoxidized soybean oil

Biobased unsaturated polyester (UPE) materials containing epoxidized methyl soyate (EMS) were processed with cobalt naphthenate as a promoter and 2‐butanone peroxide as an initiator. A certain amount of the UPE resin was replaced by EMS.

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Epoxidized soybean oil cured with tannic acid for fully bio

The construction of fully bio-based epoxy resins (EP) has been of particular interest in both academia and industrial circles for years; among these, epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) derived thermosets have received the most attention, but they usually exhibit poor performance due to their flexible fatty chains.

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A solvent-free and scalable method to prepare alkali soluble

bio-based epoxy thermosets. Among the di?erent kinds of renewable raw materials, epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) has attracted great attention in both scienti c and industrial areas for fabricating lubricants, coatings, paints and bioplastics in recent years, making it an ideal renewable alternative to fossil based epoxies.26–32 Never-

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