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The infrared spectra of blends of various ortho-phthalate esters with poly(vinyl chloride) and vinylidene chloride/(20%)acrylonitrile copolymer were recorded. The data indicate that the lowering of the ester carbonyl absorption frequency is due to a dipole-dipole/complex type interaction
between the carbonyl of the ester and the chlorine of the polymer in addition to hydrogen bonding with acidic hydrogens. The lowering of the absorption frequence increases with an increase in the amount of chlorine in the polymer chain.
USG Corporation Research Center, Libertyville, Illinois 60048 2:
Department of Chemistry, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois 60605
Publication date: January 1, 1992
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