Articles

Chemistry and reactivity of photoinitiators: scope and expectations

Jean-Pierre Fouassier, 1989 Conference

Radiation curing is, nowadays, a well-established technology which develops and grows rapidly on an industrial scale. Originally, the most emergent applications were related to the UV-curing of coatings.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 13 pages
Industry: Chemistry

effects of pigments on radiation curable coatings for metal

C Lowe, 1989 Conference

The difficulties encountered when attempting to obtain adhesion of radiation curable coatings to metal are well known.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 21 pages
Industry: Chemistry

Photogeneration of Acid Curing and Imaging Applications

S. Peter Pappas, 1989 Conference

Curing and imaging processes, based on photogeneration of acid, have not as yet achieved the commercial significance of corresponding free radical processes. Several reasons for this may be advanced including the development of photoinitiators for cationic polymerization was preceded

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages
Industry: Chemistry

Applications and properties of amine synergists in uv and eb curable coatings

Dr. N S Allen and Dr. C K Lo, 1989 Conference

A number of studies have been carried out to investigate the photo-oxidation and photoyellowing phenomena which occur in various multifunctional acrylated systems. The complex formulations of radiation curable resins complicate our understanding of the mechanisms involved.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 16 pages
Industry: Chemistry

Study on the EB cured resin stamper for embossed hologram

Y.Inaba and S.Okano, 1989 Conference

Electoron beam curing technique has been studied in manufacturing resin stampers for embossed holograms. Several EB curable resins were tested and evaluated from measuring diffraction efficiencies of holograms embossed with these resin stampers.

Costs: € 5,00 
Content: 6 pages
Industry: Chemistry

Overview and trends in radiation curing technology

Ronald Golden, 1989 Conference

A brief summary of both free radical and cationic radiation curing chemistry is provided. Historical reasons for the rapid growth of this technology are reviewed, and a number of recent and emerging applications are discussed.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 11 pages
Industry: Chemistry

Reactivity of allyl pentosides in UV-initiated free radical copolymerization with acceptor monomers

X. Coqueret, 2009 Conference

There is an increasing demand for new routes yielding monomers derived from biomass feedstock.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 6 pages
Industry: Chemistry

High power diode laser

K. Kress, 2009 Conference

n the year 1974 the founder of iie, Mr. Ekkehard Kreß worked as a free-lance design engineer on electronic lamp ballasts. Milestones of his developments were:
-1976 the first commercial battery ballast for 200W HMI (portable reporter lamp)

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 5 pages
Industry: Chemistry

The "Sevilla Process": A Driver for Environmental Performance in Industry

 

Costs: Free
Content: pages
Industry: Chemistry

UV/EB Protocol - Requirements Related to Occupational Health and Safety Stipulated Consistently in Europe

R. Knopp, 2005 Cenference

Environmental protection requirements but also advantages in the quality and processability have up to now lead to a rapid increase of EB/UV curing paint systems in the printing industry.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Chemistry

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