Investigation of tensile properties and tear resistance of polypropylene film
modified by irradiation (in English)
Polimery 2003, No 1, 66
General characteristics and possible applications of poly(aspartic acid) (here: PKA) have been presented on the basis of literature data (mainly patents). PKA shows such specific properties as a toxicity, water solubility, hygroscopicity and biodegradability which let use it in medicine, environment protection, agriculture and cosmetics. The structure of PKA, what can appear either in cyclic or linear form, has been discussed. Three methods of PKA synthesis: from N-carboxyanhydrids of amino acids, from aspartic acid monomer (by heating way) or from amino maleic acid (a product of maleic anhydride and ammonia reaction) have been widely described.
Keywords: poly(aspartic acid), synthesis, structure, properties, applications
Investigation of tensile properties and tear resistance of polypropylene film modified by irradiation (in English)