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Cardanol Benzoxazines: A Versatile Monomer with Advancing Applications
Monisha M., Amarnath N., Mukherjee S.,
Published in Wiley-VCH Verlag
Volume: 220
Issue: 3
Polybenzoxazines are evolving as a new class of phenolic resins with a tremendous amount of applications. The ease of structural designing, synthetic procedure, and polymerization reactions are attractive to affect their properties ensuing as an effective substitute for many existing polymers. The nonrenewable origin, toxicity, and increasing cost of petro-based raw materials are alarming issues. Therefore, the emergence of sustainable benzoxazines, especially based on naturally abundant, agro-waste origin cardanol is encouraging as it allows both solventless synthesis of monomers and processing to form highly thermally stable thermoset resins. The inherent functionalities in cardanol benzoxazine provide a platform for further structural modifications to advance their applications as adhesives, composites, and energy storage devices. © 2018 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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