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dc.creatorTaverna, María E.
dc.creatorGilbert, Elangeni
dc.creatorDieser, María Fernanda
dc.creatorMorales, Graciela
dc.creatorSpontón, Marisa
dc.creatorEstenoz, Diana
dc.description.abstractThe reduction of phenol and/or formalde-hyde consumption during phenolic resin synthesis is of great technological and scientific interest because of its economic and environmental implications. In this work, the addition of sodium lignosulfonate as par-tial replacement of phenol in the phenolic resol base resins used for decorative laminates production is experimentally studied. The work involves: i) the characterization and reactivation of lignosulfonate, ii) the industrial synthesis of traditional and modified resoles by replacement of 10%w/w of phenol, iii) the industrial impregnation of Kraft-type papers with the produced resins, iv) the pro-duction of laminates at laboratory and industrial scale, and, v) the measurement of their final properties. Tensile, bending and impact strength were evaluated. Modified laminates exhibited mechanical properties statistically comparable with those of traditional laminates. Industrial tests were carried out at Centro S.A, San Francisco, Córdoba.es_ES
dc.publisherJournal of Polymer Researches_ES
dc.subject Maleic anhydridees_ES
dc.subjectThermal propertieses_ES
dc.subject Thermosets es_ES
dc.titleSynthesis and characterization of new thermosetting polybenzoxazines with other functional groups in the networkes_ES
dc.description.affiliationFil: Gilbert, Elangeni (1); Taverna, María Eugenia (1,2); Dieser, María Fernanda (1); Morales, Graciela (1,3); Spontón, Marisa (1); Estenoz, Diana (1) (1) INTEC (UNL-CONICET), Güemes 3450, (3000) Santa Fe, Argentina. (2) UTN Regional San Francisco, Av. de la Universidad 501, (2400) San Francisco, Córdoba, Argentina. (3) Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada (CIQA), Saltillo, Mexico.es_ES
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