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Thermal aging of acrylic-urethane network: Kinetic modeling and end-of-life criteria combined with mechanical properties

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This study addresses the multiscale analysis of acrylic urethane networks (AUN). To establish the kinetic model for predicting AUN oxidation, this study considered the pure thermal oxidation of AUN at 160, 180, and 200 °C. Chemical changes were monitored using infrared spectroscopy. These indicated the presence of an imide, presumably generated from the oxidation of CH2 at the α-position of nitrogen. On the macromolecular and macroscopic scales, oxidation was shown to induce predominant crosslinking, leading to a drop in toughness (i.e., embrittlement). The novel kinetic model of AUN thermal aging was developed from a mechanistic scheme previously established for polyamide 11, by adding some extra paths of thermolytic alkyl radical formation, oxidative Nsingle bondH bonds decomposition and coupling of aminyl radicals.
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hal-03717124 , version 1 (08-07-2022)

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Takato Ishida, Emmanuel Richaud, Matthieu Gervais, Alain Gaudy, Ryoma Kitagaki, et al.. Thermal aging of acrylic-urethane network: Kinetic modeling and end-of-life criteria combined with mechanical properties. Progress in Organic Coatings, 2022, 163, pp.106654. ⟨10.1016/j.porgcoat.2021.106654⟩. ⟨hal-03717124⟩
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