Synthesis and viscosity behavior of poly(γ-p-biphenylmethyl-L-glutamate) in benzene/dichloroacetic acid mixtures, a comparison with poly(γ-benzyl-L-glutamate)

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Feijen, Jan and Sederel, Wim L. and Groot, Klaas de and Visser, Anthonie C. de and Bantjes, Adriaan (1974) Synthesis and viscosity behavior of poly(γ-p-biphenylmethyl-L-glutamate) in benzene/dichloroacetic acid mixtures, a comparison with poly(γ-benzyl-L-glutamate). Makromolekulare Chemie, 175 (11). pp. 3193-3206. ISSN 0025-116X

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Abstract:The synthesis of poly(γ-p-biphenylmethyl-L-glutamate), PBPLG, (poly{L-imino-1-[2-(4-biphenylylmethoxycarbonyl)ethyl]-2-oxoethylene}), (1d) is described. The viscosity behavior of this polymer in benzene/dichloroacetic acid mixtures (c=0,2.10 -3 - 1,4.10 -3 g/cm3) at 25°CC is investigated. The results are compared with measurements on poly(γ-benzyl-L-glutamate), PBLG, (poly[L-imino-1-(2-benzyloxycarbonylethyl)-2-oxoethylene]), (1c) under the same conditions. A transition from a rigid hydrogen bonded helix to a random solvated coil occurs in two stages for both: PBPLG (first stage 0-55%, second stage 55-100% dichloroacetic acid) and PBLG (first stage 0-70%, second stage 70-100% dichloroacetic acid).
Therefore, the introduction of a p-phenyl substituent in PBLG leads to a less stable helix in benzene/dichloroacetic acid mixtures.
The stability and viscosity behavior of PBLG in benzene/dichloroacetic acid mixtures (c=0,2.10 - 3 - 1,4.10 - 3g/cm3) is quite similar to the behavior of PBLG in m-cresol/dichloroacetic acid mixtures (c=1,0.10 - 3 - 4,0.10 - 3 g/cm3).
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/macp.1974.021751113
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