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Vinyl Functionalized PPE Resin for Laminate, RCC and Film in Electronic Application

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000010829D
Publication Date: 2003-Jan-23
Document File: 24 page(s) / 3M

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Hua Guo: AUTHOR

Abstract

PPOÒ SA120 resin is a new low molecular weight (Mn »2500) polyphenylene-ether (PPE) resin recently commercialized by GE Plastics. In addition to having the well-known properties inherent to PPE, this new resin has an excellent thermal performance (glass transition temperature (Tg) of 165°C) combined with a characteristic feature of improved processability. Replacing the hydroxyl group on SA120 with a reactive methacrylate forms the developmental product PPOÒMX5587 resin. PPOÒMX5587 resin can be used as the building block for films, RCC, adhesives, laminates and many others. Thermosettable NorylÒ resin is a hybrid material that bridges the performance gap between thermoplastics and thermosets. Depending on the filler type and loading, Thermosettable NorylÒ resin can be used in applications such as fuel cell conductive plates, automotive-electrical applications, super-abrasive grinding wheels, aerospace and high performance composites, automotive body panels, truck boxes, electrical insulation, microchip encapsulants, printed circuit boards, etc. The data show that compositions containing PPOÒMX5587 resin would have improved fracture toughness, higher heat resistance, better dielectric properties, and lower moisture uptake compared to unsaturated polyester resins and vinyl ester resins. In addition to PPOÒMX5587 resin which has an intrinsic viscosity (IV) of 0.12 dl/g, other vinyl capped PPE resins such as 0.15 IV and 0.25 IV can be tailored to meet specific requirements. Key Words: polyphenylene oxide, PPO, polyphenylene ether, PPE, Thermosettable NorylÒ resin, TSN, methacrylate endgroup, vinyl capped, heat resistance, chemical resistance, toughness, RCC, laminate, film

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Vinyl Functionalized PPE Resin for Laminate, RCC and Film in Electronic Application


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GE Plastics

A Global Materials Leader

‘Imagination at Work’

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WHO WE ARE

GE Is a Diversified Company, with 14 Major Businesses

in Services, Manufacturing and Technology

Capital Businesses

GE Commercial Finance:

Aviation Services, Commercial Equipment Financing, Commercial Finance, Healthcare Financial Services, Real Estate, Structured Finance Group, Vendor Financial Services

GE Equipment Management:

Fleet Services, Rail Services, TIP/Modular Space, European Equipment Management, Penske Truck Leasing

GE Consumer Finance:

Card Services, Global Consumer Finance

GE Insurance:

Employer’s Reinsurance, Financial Assurance, Financial Guaranty Insurance, Mortgage Insurance

Industrial Businesses

Aircraft Engines

Consumer Products

Industrial Systems

Medical Systems

NBC

Plastics

Power Systems

Specialty Materials

Transportation Systems


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GLOBAL LOCATIONS

The Netherlands

Amsterdam

Bergen op Zoom

Enkuizen

Raamsdonksveer

Italy

Olgiate Olona

Pontirollo

Germany

Cologne*

Schwarzheide*

Scotland

Grangemouth

France

Fosses sur Mer

Villers San Sepulcre

England

Hull

Thornaby

Canada

Cobourg, Ont.

Long Sault, Ont.

China

Nansha

Shanghai

United States

Burkville, Ala.

Ottawa, Ill.

Columbus, Ind.

Mt. Vernon, Ind.

Carville, La.*

Geismar, La.*

Pittsfield, Mass.

Southfield, Mich.

Troy, Mich.

Wixom, Mich.*

Bay St. Louis, Miss.

Shelby, N.C.*

Niskayuna, N.Y.

Selkirk, N.Y.

Coshocton, Ohio

Exton, Pa.

Thorndale, Pa.

Lynchburg, Va.*

Washington, W.V.

Austria

Wiener Neustadt

Korea

Chung-Ju

Spain

Cartagena

Japan

Chiba*

Moka*

Osaka*

Ube City*

India

Bangalore

Baroda

Thailand

Rayong

GE Polymershapes

Huntersville, N.C.

GE Polymerland

Huntersville, N.C.

Mexico

San Luis Potosi

Tampico

Malaysia

Saremban

Brazil

Campinas

Sao Paulo

Singapore

Australia

Melbourne

Argentina

Buenos Aires

* Joint Venture

Technology Centers


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Introduction

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PPO Ò is registered Trademark(s) of General Electric Company

 2001. General Electrical Company

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PPO® Resin History

Polyphenylene Ether (PPO® resin) Discovered By GE in 1956

(A. Hay, GE Corporate R&D, Schenectady, NY)

Commercial Process Defined for 2,6-Xylenol in 1960

Pilot scale PPO® resin Production in 1964

NORYL® resin (PPE/HIPS) Commercialized by mid-1960’s

NORYL GTX ® resin (PPE/Nylon) introduced in 1980’s

Noryl PPX ® resin (PPE/PP) introduced in 2000

GETEK® 1 Electrical Laminate (PPE/Epoxy) introduced in early 1990’s

GETEK ® 2 Laminate (PPE/Cyanate Ester) introduced in 2001

PPO SA120 launched as (low IV) powder additive - 1999

Thermoset Noryl Development Launched in 2000

PPO® resin: Large Part of GEP’s Past…And Future


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Structure-Property Relations for PPE

Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene ether) (PPE)

High aromaticity:

  high Tg

  inherent flame resistan...