Synthesis and Characterization of Some New Copolyester from Curcumin Mono-Carbonyl Analogues
Published: 1 July 2022
Abstract: Nine copolyesters were prepared from a dicarboxylic acid, curcumin analogues (monocarbonyl) and phenophthalene dye in the mole ratio of 2:1:1 by direct polycondensation using triethylamine (Et3N) as the condensation agent. The dicarboxylic used is 2,6-Pyridine dicarbonyl dichloride acid. The curcumin analogues were prepared by acid catalyzed Aldol condensation reaction. These copolyesters were characterized by FT-IR. The fluorescence of the synthesized copolyesters was also investigated. Furthermore, Thermo gravimetric analysis (TGA) was used to investigate the thermal stability of these copolymers.
Keywords: copolyesters / curcumin / analogues / thermal / Pyridine / TGA / Thermo / monocarbonyl / dye
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