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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
D R Randell
|Description:||ix, 467 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Overview of UV curable coatings, M.S.Salim; electron beam curing (EBC), J.Sutcliffe; photoinitiators and photocatalysts for various polymerization and cross-linking processes, H.J.Hageman; trends in UV equipment, R.E.Knight; UV curable media for decal production in the ceramics industry, P.R.Jackson; the use of dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) in the assessment of radiation curable optical fibre coatings, J.Mahone; the use of the UV technology to produce thick pigmented coatings, P G.Garratt; photoinitiators for litho inks, S.J.Wilson; the use of UV curable prepolymers in ink jet inks, A.C.Marshall et al; radiation curable adhesives with auxiliary cure mechanisms, S.P.Pappas and J.G.Woods; new optimized alpha-aminoketone photoinitiators, M.Koehler et al; photochemistry and photopolymerization activity of novel perester derivatives of fluorenone, N.S.Allen et al; photoredox induced cationic polymerization of divinyl ethers, P.E.Sundell and S.Jonsson; UV photoinitiators in pigmented systems, K.Dorfner; performance of UV curing systems through monomer selection, R.C.W.Zwanenburg; trends in low viscosity acrylate resins for radiation cured formulations, A.Howell; cationic UV curable coatings - contribution of acrylate oligomers to final film properties, P.J.M.Manus; hybrid cure of "half acrylates" by radiation, J.P.Ravijst; effects of light on cyclic vinyl ethers, C.Lowe and A.E.Wade; norbornene resins as substrate in thiol-ene polymerizations - novel non-acrylate photopolymers for adhesives, sealants and coatings, A.F.Jacobine et al; UV and Y-irradiation of polysilastyrene films and fibres, G.C.East et al. (Part contents)|
|Series Title:||Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)), no. 89.|
|Other Titles:||Radiation curing of polymers two
Radiation curing of polymers 2.
|Responsibility:||edited by D.R. Randell.|