Thio-ether-urethane materials synthesized by photopolymerization

D. Perrot

Photochemical generation of free radicals and acids is a widely used process in photopolymerization reactions.

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Content: 18 pages

Radical induced Cationic Frontal Polymerization

D. Bomze

Epoxy resins are widely used in coatings, adhesives and casting compounds. Common curing techniques for epoxy resins involve the addition of anhydride or amine based hardeners and thermal curing of the formulation.

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Content: 23 pages

The study of polymerization of hybrid systems

O. Skola

The aim of this work was to study the polymerization reactions of hybrid systems (polymerizing by free radical and cationic polymerization simultaneously) and to compare them with systems polymerizing by only free radical or cationic polymerization.

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Content: 23 pages

UV Initiated Bubble Free Frontal Polymerization in Aqueous Conditions

P. Potzmann

For large scale industrial processing the use of water as green solvent, and the application of energy efficient process techniques is of high interest for polymer synthesis. Frontal polymerization in aqueous formulations, fits perfectly both requirements.

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Content: 17 pages

Nucleophile-acrylate two stage photopolymerization confronted with a one step free radical acrylate photopolymerization

M. Retailleau

The Michael addition reaction is a versatile methodology for the efficient coupling of electron poor olefins with a multitude of nucleophiles.

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Content: 22 pages

UV-grafting Coloration of Poly (ethylene terephthalate) Using Bis(meth)acrylated Anthraquinone Dyes

J. Jang

UV-grafting of polymerizable dyes onto textiles could replace conventional adsorption-based coloration, which can save water, energy and environment. A novel bifunctional anthraquinone dyes possessing two photoactive acrylates groups were synthesized.

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Content: 5 pages

Highly Efficient Cleavable Photoinitiators for Visible Light Curing of Aqueous Formulations

S. Benedikt

Curing water-based formulations with photoinitiators is a state of the art technique.

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Content: 15 pages

Toughening of Methacrylate Networks through Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer

K. Seidler

In the broad field of photopolymers three dimensional networks are formed by free-radical polymerization. These networks have to fulfill a variety of requirements including high reactivity of the monomers and good mechanical properties.

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Content: 23 pages

Basic Investigation of Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer Agents in Photopolymerization of Methacrylic Monomers

P. Gauss

Addition fragmentation chain transfer agents (CTAs) are an upcoming important group of compounds used for controlling radical polymerization.1 Generally, AFCT reagents are known from thermal radical polymerization in solution, photoinitiated, controlled bulk polymerization is rarely found in lite

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Content: 26 pages

Photopolymerization of methyl methacrylate - toward high molecular weights for high speed thermoplastics manufacturing

V. Charlot

Photopolymerization traditionally involves the use of multifunctional monomers and oligomers thus leading the formation of tridimensional networks. Use of nonfunctional monomers opens the way to the formation of linear photopolymer chains presenting recyclable possibilities.

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Content: 19 pages