Polymers of Limonene Oxide and Carbon Dioxide: Polycarbonates of the Solar Economy

Leonardo Palmisano, Francesco Parrino, Rosaria Ciriminna, Mario Pagliaro, Alexandra Fidalgo, Laura M. Ilharco

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Abstract

Limonene epoxide (1,2-limonene oxide) readily reacts with carbon dioxide inserted in a ring-opening copolymerization reaction and forms polycarbonates of exceptional chemical and physical properties. Both poly(limonene carbonate) and poly(limonene dicarbonate) can be synthesized using low-cost Zn or Al homogeneous catalysts. This study addresses selected relevant questions concerning the technical and economic feasibility of limonene and carbon dioxide polymers en route to the bioeconomy.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)4884-4890
Numero di pagine7
RivistaACS Omega
Volume3
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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Polycarbonates
Carbon Dioxide
Carbon dioxide
Polymers
Oxides
Copolymerization
Chemical properties
Carbonates
Physical properties
Economics
Catalysts
Costs
limonene
limonene-1,2-epoxide

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Palmisano, L., Parrino, F., Ciriminna, R., Pagliaro, M., Fidalgo, A., & Ilharco, L. M. (2018). Polymers of Limonene Oxide and Carbon Dioxide: Polycarbonates of the Solar Economy. ACS Omega, 3, 4884-4890.

Polymers of Limonene Oxide and Carbon Dioxide: Polycarbonates of the Solar Economy. / Palmisano, Leonardo; Parrino, Francesco; Ciriminna, Rosaria; Pagliaro, Mario; Fidalgo, Alexandra; Ilharco, Laura M.

In: ACS Omega, Vol. 3, 2018, pag. 4884-4890.

Risultato della ricerca: Article

Palmisano, L, Parrino, F, Ciriminna, R, Pagliaro, M, Fidalgo, A & Ilharco, LM 2018, 'Polymers of Limonene Oxide and Carbon Dioxide: Polycarbonates of the Solar Economy', ACS Omega, vol. 3, pagg. 4884-4890.
Palmisano, Leonardo ; Parrino, Francesco ; Ciriminna, Rosaria ; Pagliaro, Mario ; Fidalgo, Alexandra ; Ilharco, Laura M. / Polymers of Limonene Oxide and Carbon Dioxide: Polycarbonates of the Solar Economy. In: ACS Omega. 2018 ; Vol. 3. pagg. 4884-4890.
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