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.6 kWh/kg). This was because the latter enabled a higher amount of oil to be processed per unit time. Scaling up experiments are in progress with a bigger tank that uses a bigger rotating cavitator with a higher feeding rate. With the aim of producing fatliquors, further tests will be performed to understand whether this type of oxidation is suitable for the subsequent sulfonation reaction. 4 Conclusion This work demonstrated that HC systems can be successfully employed to promote the oxidative polymerization and emulsification of oils. The use of a rotor

1 Introduction Polyaniline (PANI) is among the most studied conducting polymers found in variety of applications such as rechargeable batteries, photonics, optoelectronic devices, biochemical sensing devices ( 1 – 4 ), membrane separation as well as modified electrodes for electro-reduction ( 5 , 6 ). Scientific interest in PANI originates from the fact that this conjugated polymer is unique among conducting polymers ( 7 – 9 ). PANI produced by chemical oxidative polymerization of aniline ( 10 – 12 ), is well known to have good environmental stability ( 1 , 3

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. (2003). Fabrication of silica core-conductive polymer polypyrrole shell composite particles and polypyrrole capsule on monodispersed silica templates. Synthetic Metals, 139, 391–396. DOI: 10.1016/s0379-6779(03)00193-0. [49] He, F., Omoto, M., Yamamoto, T., & Kise, H. (1995). Preparation of polypyrrole-polyurethane composite foam by vapor phase oxidative polymerization. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 55, 283–287. DOI: 10.1002/app.1995.070550211. [50] Heinze, J. (1990

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Propylene oxide polymerization in the presence of layered double hydroxides with different concentration of basic sites on their surface has been studied. It is shown that the polymerization can be catalyzed by both basic and acidic sites. On the basis of kinetic experiments the mechanisms of reaction undergoing were proposed.

by acidic potassium permanganate-ascorbic acid redox system”, J. Polym. Sci. Polym. Chem. Edit., Vol. 11, (1973), pp. 751–762. [5] D. Pramanik and A.K. Chaterjee: “Mechanistic studies on ceric-thiourea-initiated polymerization in acid aqueous media from end group analysis”, J. Polym. Sci. Chem. Edit., Vol. 18, (1980), pp. 311–319. [6] C. Özeroğlu and T. Yalçinyuva: “Oxidative polymerization of methyl methacrylate in acid aqueous medium”, Polym-Plast. Technol., Vol. 43

M, Progress report No. 2, 3. Oxidative Polymerisation of Isoeugenol and Mild Oxidation of Synthetic Polymers with Alkaline Cupric Hydroxide*) Hunay Evliya and Aral Olcay Faculty of Science, University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey Keywords Isoeugenol Oxidative polymerisation Soft milled-wood lignin Mild oxidation Identification of oxidation products Schlüsselwörter (Sachgebiete) Isoeugenol Oxidative Polymerisation Milde Oxidation MW Lignin Identifizierung der Oxidationsprodukte *) The data recorded are of Ankara, Turkey, in partial Oxidative Polymerisat ion of

Holzforschung, Vol. 64, pp. 21–34, 2010 • Copyright by Walter de Gruyter • Berlin • New York. DOI 10.1515/HF.2010.001 2010/38 Article in press - uncorrected proof Oxidative polymerisation of models for phenolic lignin end-groups by laccase Dimitri Areskogh1, Jiebing Li1, Paula Nousiainen1, Göran Gellerstedt1, Jussi Sipilä2 and Gunnar Henriksson1,* 1 Division of Wood Chemistry and Pulp Technology, Department of Fibre and Polymer Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden 2 Organic Chemistry Section, Department of Chemistry, University of

shift of the absorption bands ( 39 , 40 ). However, it is difficult to accurately examine the interfacial interaction between the outer CB layer and the inner PEDOT in the composites by FTIR analysis alone ( 41 , 42 ). According to the above analysis, EDOT underwent oxidative polymerization in water/ ethanol to form oligomeric free radicals under the action of initiator (APS) and oxidant (FeCl 3 ) ( Figure 6 ). It is believed that during the PEDOT polymerization process, a small amount of carbon black nanoparticles were encapsulated by PEDOT. However, the CB