Study of Structural Aspects of Thermochemical Conversions of Compounds Modeling Oligophenylenes Containing Acenaphthylenyl and Acenaphthenyl Groups
Russian Chemical Bulletin
With the aim of elucidating the mechanism of the thermochemical conversion of oligophenylenes containing acenaphthylenyl groups, the thermolysis of model compounds: l,3,5-tris(5-acenaphthylenyl)benzene (1), 1,3,5-tris(5-acenaphthenyl)benzene (2), acenaphthylene, and acenaphthene, was studied by differential thermal analysis (DTA), dynamic thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), and mass spectrometry. Compounds1and2 were studied by X-ray structural analysis. A scheme for the formation of secondary structures was suggested. Optimum temperature conditions were found for preparing thermostable, heat-resistant, and stable to thermooxidation polymers based on compounds containing the acenaphthylenyl groups.
Kovalev, A. I.; Balykova, T. N.; Lindeman, Sergey; Teplyakov, M. M.; Khotina, I. A.; Rusanov, A. L.; and Struchkov, Yu T., "Study of Structural Aspects of Thermochemical Conversions of Compounds Modeling Oligophenylenes Containing Acenaphthylenyl and Acenaphthenyl Groups" (1994). Chemistry Faculty Research and Publications. 685.