Polypropylene Carbonate Production Cost Analysis 2020
Polypropylene carbonate or PPC is an example of a copolymer of carbon dioxide and propylene oxide. It is known as a thermoplastic material. PPC is soluble in polar solvents like lower ketones, ethyl acetate, dichloromethane, and chlorinated hydrocarbons and is insoluble in solvents like alcohol, water, and aliphatic hydrocarbons. It also forms stable emulsions in water. PPC permits the diffusion of gases like oxygen through it. It has a glass temperature (Tg) between 25 and 45 °C. polypropylene carbonate binders are amorphous. The glass temperature of polypropylene carbonate is slightly higher than polyethylene carbonate or PEC. Its refractive index is known to be 1.46 whereas, its dielectric constant is 3.
Polypropylene carbonate is used to boost the toughness of some epoxy resins. It is also used as a sacrificial binder for the ceramic industry that decomposes and evaporates while sintering. It has a low sodium content that makes it suitable for the preparation of electroceramics like that of dielectric materials and piezoelectric ceramics. Moreover, the composites of polypropylene carbonate with starch (PPC/starch) are used as biodegradable plastics.
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