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melmaine formaldehyde polymerisation model

melmaine formaldehyde polymerisation model

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Hay!

I am searching a simple kinetic model for melamine formaldehyde reaction. It shoudl be a simple one. Does sbd has smth like this?
thaks in advance

RE: melmaine formaldehyde polymerisation model

I have worked with the stuff.
You mix two precursors, and some pigment if you don't like coral pink.
The mixture becomes sticky.
Heat it and it gets less sticky, and then runs,
and at ~160F it oozes a crapload of water while absorbing heat,
then continue heating it
and it gets more viscous,
and eventually gets rigid.
I would not expect any sort of model to be 'simple'.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: melmaine formaldehyde polymerisation model

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So, I am searching a usefull model - robust do you have something like that? I do not need a model with set of ODE a simple correlation or n-th order kinetic eqaution would be enough. Does somebody has something like that? Can you give me some references literatur anything? Thanks in advance

RE: melmaine formaldehyde polymerisation model

Call Georgia-Pacific.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

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