Condensation resin

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Condensation resins are liquid or liquefiable synthetic resins which - in contrast to reaction resins - can be cured by splitting off by-products such as water, i.e. by polycondensation to form thermosets . The hardening takes place at elevated temperature and processing pressure.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Wolfgang Kaiser: Kunststoffchemie für Ingenieure , 3rd edition, Carl Hanser, Munich, 2011, p. 410.
  2. Hans-Dieter Jakubke, Ruth Karcher (Ed.): Lexicon of Chemistry , Spectrum Academic Publishing House, Heidelberg, 2001.