Dimensions: 262 pages, 9.09 × 6.18 × 0.91 in
Published: November 1, 1997
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0841235201
ISBN - 13: 9780841235205
About the Book
This valuable reference examines the fundamental aspects of acrylate systems used in commercial photopolymerization, and investigates advanced analytical systems that characterize acrylate and non-acrylate systems. The new non-acrylate syst and electro-optic materials.
Table of Contents
1. Robert W. Peiffer: Applications of Photopolymer Technology Acrylate Systems 2. C. Allan Guymon, Lisa A. Dougan, and Christopher N. Bowman: Photopolymerization and Electrooptic Properties of Polymer Network/Ferroelectric Liquid-Crystal Composites 3. J. Eric Dietz, Brett A. Cowans, Robert A. Scott, and Nicholas A. Peppas: Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy for Characterization of Acrylate Reactions 4. Yu-Chin Lai and Edmond T. Quinn: The Effects of Initiator and Diluent on the Photopolymerizationof 2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate and on Properties of Hydrogels Obtained 5. Anandkumar R. Kannurpatti, Michael D. Goodner, Hyun R. Lee,and Christopher N. Bowman: Reaction Behavior and Kinetic Modeling Studies of "Living" RadicalPhotopolymerizations 6. C. Decker, D. Decker, and F. Morel: Light Intensity and Temperature Effect in Photoinitiated Polymerization CATIONIC, CHARGE-TRANSFER AND THIOL-ENE SYSTEMS 7. James V. Crivello and Ulrike Varlemann: Structure and Reactivity Relationships in the Photoinitiated CationicPolymerization of 3,4-Epoxycyclohexylmethyl-3(4(-epoxycyclohexaneCarboxylate 8. Shailender K. Moorjani, Bharath Rangarajan, and Alec B. Scranton: Effect of Viscosity on the Rate of Photosensitization of DiaryliodoniumSalts by Anthracene 9. John Woods, Maria Masterson, Ciaran McArdle, and Joe Burke: Alkenyloxstyrene Monomers for High-Temperature Adhesives and Sealants 10. Gerry K. Noren: Maleate/Vinyl Ether UV-Cured Coatings: Effects of Composition on Curing and Properties 11. Charl
From the Publisher
This valuable reference examines the fundamental aspects of acrylate systems used in commercial photopolymerization, and investigates advanced analytical systems that characterize acrylate and non-acrylate systems. The new non-acrylate systems covered include free radical, cation, and
charge-transfer photopolymerizations. The book also discusses emerging applications for this technology in photoresists, orthopedic cements, fiber-filled composites, and electro-optic materials.