Paper Title:
Salicylic Acid and Dibuthyl Phatalate (DBP) Interaction in PMMA-Based Gel Electrolytes
  Abstract

A gel electrolyte system was prepared by dissolving poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) in ethylene carbonate (EC) and propylene carbonate (PC) doped with salicylic acid (SA) and plasticized with dibutyl phthalate (DBP). The composition of the electrolyte was 35 wt% EC-30 wt% PC-5 wt% SA-5wt% DBP-25 wt% PMMA. The presence of a hump at ~760 cm-1 and a shoulder at 1155 cm-1 in the spectrum of SA-DBP indicate the protonation of DBP. The effect of these bands can also be observed in the spectrum of the gel. Hence, SA has dissociated producing H+ which then interacts datively at the oxygen sites of DBP.

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A.K. Arof and S.A. Hashim Ali
Pages
294-0
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.517.294
Citation
M.I.N. Isa, A.K. Arof, "Salicylic Acid and Dibuthyl Phatalate (DBP) Interaction in PMMA-Based Gel Electrolytes", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 517, pp. 294-0, 2006
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June 2006
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