Novel Polymer Composites on the Basis of Arylalicyclic Polyimide Blends.

II. Polyimide/Poly(ethylene terephthalate) Blend.

Saule Kudaikulova1, Zulfiya Musapirova1, Rakhima Sarieva1, Mariya Abilova1, Rinat Iskakov1, Bulat Zhubanov1 and Marc J. M. Abadie2

1Institute of Chemical Sciences, 106 Walikanov Street, 480100 Almaty, Kazakhstan

2Laboratory of Polymer Science & Advance Organic Materials, Montpellier University 2, S.T.L., Place Eugène Bataillon, 34095 Montpellier Cedex 5, France


The new composite material based on arylalicyclic polyimide and poly(ethylene terephthalate) are being reported. Synthesis and blend preparation methods and their physical-chemical and physical-mechanical properties were investigated. It was observed widening of bands in FTIR spectra, in comparison with the composites reported from our earlier studies. However, it was not detected any physical-chemical interactions between two ingredients of the blend, which could be characterized as a typically compatible polymer blend at the content of PETP up to 25 wt.%. Such new polyimide composite could be utilized as devices, which show both high thermoresistance and stability of polyimide and elastic properties of poly(ethylene terephthalate).