Diamines and Dianhydrides
Diamines and dianhydrides can form cyclic polyimide polycondensation reactions.
Reacting with dicarboxylic acids, diamines create amide links between molecules to form polyamides. Diamines can also form polyamides by reacting directly with diols through catalytic dehydrogenation reactions.
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