KHW : Structure/Property Relationships in Polyurethanes

Structure/Property Relationships in Polyurethanes

Structure/Property Relationships in Polyurethanes

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KnowHow Webinar: Structure/Property Relationships in Polyurethanes
Speaker: Dr. Joseph Marcinko
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There is no polyurethane monomer leading to polyurethane polymers. This is in contrast to a polymer like polyethylene which is derived from the polymerization of ethylene monomer and results in a homopolymer of linear or branched structure. Polyurethane polymers result from the addition reactions of isocyanate molecules of different types reacting with active hydrogen functional molecules or polymers that result in phase separated, block copolymers. The size, the shape and the intermolecular interactions of the isocyanates and the polyols used to make polyurethanes affects how phase separated segments will order themselves and how they will move in relation to each other, which will dictate the physical properties of that polyurethane polymer. This webinar is designed to provide an overview of how the selection of isocyanate structure and reactivity, combined with the proper selection of polyols, allows the polyurethane formulator to design and tailor the physical properties of polyurethanes for specific applications.
Speaker:  Dr.
Joseph Marcinko, Principal Scientist and President of Polymer Synergies LLC
Dr. Marcinko has over 30 years of industrial R&D, research management, and academic experience. His interests and expertise are in the areas of polyurethane chemistry, bio-polymers, adhesion science, wood composites, polymer characterization, solid-state NMR spectroscopy, and polymer structure-property relationships. He is an adjunct professor and a developer of industrial short courses related to polyurethane and polymer chemistry and industrial problem solving. Dr. Marcinko has authored over 50 publications, and has 9 patents and 7 patents pending.
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