Senhaji, O. and Robin, J.J. and Achchoubi, M. and Boutevin, B. (2004) Synthesis and characterization of new methacrylic phosphonated surface active monomer. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 205 (8). pp. 1039-1050.

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The synthesis of novel methacrylic phosphonated surface-active monomer by an original method is described. The crucial stage is the telomerization of undec-10-enyl acetate with dialkyl (alkyl=methyl or ethyl) hydrogenphosphonate. The phosphonated acetate obtained is selectively hydrolysed to give dialkyl(11-hydroxyundecyl)phosphonate as a precursor. The alcohol function allows setting of methacrylic side, which is highly reactive in radical polymerization. Particularly, by mono-dealkylation of dimethyl phosphonate in a selective and quantitative way, the potassium iodide permits to get, at one stage, the expected salt of sodium methyl phosphonate. The new surface-active sodium methyl(11-methacryloyloxyundecyl)phosphonate is characterized by 1H and 31P NMR. Its critical micelle concentration evaluated by conductometry is 2.4 × 10-2 mol · l -1.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Hydrogen; Micelles; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Phosphates; Polymerization; Potassium compounds; Sodium compounds; Surface active agents; Synthesis (chemical), Conductometry; Radical polymerization; Surface-active monomers; Telomerization, Monomers, methacrylic acid; monomer; phosphonic acid derivative; potassium iodide, article; chemical procedures; conductometry; dealkylation; micelle; polymerization; proton nuclear magnetic resonance; quantitative analysis; synthesis
Subjects: Chemistry
Divisions: SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION > Chemistry
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