An unconventional route to polyureas (Communication)
Polimery 1994, No 11-12, 738
A Curtius rearrangement reaction, viz., a controlled decomposition of sebacine diazide in water, was used to synthesize poly(n-octylurea). Nitrogen content data and IR identifications of amide groups verified the suggested structure of the product. Selected physicochemical, mechanical and electrical property data were measured for poly(n-octylurea).
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