This paper deals with the development of adhesives that are useful for preparing flexible laminates. The adhesive compositions are based on the chemistry of 1,2-polybutadiene polymers and their reactions via chain extension and epoxidation. The resulting materials can be suitably formulated to produce resins that can be used to impregnate fibrous reinforcements which can be B staged; when laminated to copper, these materials give products with good peel strength, solder resistance, tear strength, and flame resistance. These adhesives can also be used to bond polyimide and polyester film to themselves and to copper. Typical properties of selected laminates include peel strength values of 8 lb/in. width, tear strength of 1–2 lb, oxygen index from 29 to 37, and excellent solder resistance.
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