Photopolymerization: Fundamentals and Applications by Alec B. Scranton

Photopolymerization: Fundamentals and Applications

EditorAlec B. Scranton, Christopher N. Bowman, Robert W. Peiffer

Hardcover | November 1, 1997

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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, andcharge-transfer photopolymerizations. The book also discusses emerging applications for this technology in photoresists, orthopedic cements, fiber-filled composites, and electro-optic materials.

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Title:Photopolymerization: Fundamentals and ApplicationsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:262 pages, 9.09 × 6.18 × 0.91 inPublished:November 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0841235201

ISBN - 13:9780841235205

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Table of Contents

1. Robert W. Peiffer: Applications of Photopolymer TechnologyAcrylate Systems2. C. Allan Guymon, Lisa A. Dougan, and Christopher N. Bowman: Photopolymerization and Electrooptic Properties of Polymer Network/Ferroelectric Liquid-Crystal Composites3. J. Eric Dietz, Brett A. Cowans, Robert A. Scott, and Nicholas A. Peppas: Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy for Characterization of Acrylate Reactions4. Yu-Chin Lai and Edmond T. Quinn: The Effects of Initiator and Diluent on the Photopolymerizationof 2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate and on Properties of Hydrogels Obtained5. Anandkumar R. Kannurpatti, Michael D. Goodner, Hyun R. Lee,and Christopher N. Bowman: Reaction Behavior and Kinetic Modeling Studies of "Living" RadicalPhotopolymerizations6. C. Decker, D. Decker, and F. Morel: Light Intensity and Temperature Effect in Photoinitiated PolymerizationCATIONIC, CHARGE-TRANSFER AND THIOL-ENE SYSTEMS7. James V. Crivello and Ulrike Varlemann: Structure and Reactivity Relationships in the Photoinitiated CationicPolymerization of 3,4-Epoxycyclohexylmethyl-3(4(-epoxycyclohexaneCarboxylate8. Shailender K. Moorjani, Bharath Rangarajan, and Alec B. Scranton: Effect of Viscosity on the Rate of Photosensitization of DiaryliodoniumSalts by Anthracene9. John Woods, Maria Masterson, Ciaran McArdle, and Joe Burke: Alkenyloxstyrene Monomers for High-Temperature Adhesives and Sealants10. Gerry K. Noren: Maleate/Vinyl Ether UV-Cured Coatings: Effects of Composition on Curing and Properties11. Charles E. Hoyle, Sonny Jonsson, Makoto Shimose, Jim Owens,and Per-Erik Sundell: Photoinitiator Free Polymerization of Maleimides and Vinyl Ethers12. Bor-Sen Chiou, Robert J. English, and Saad A. Khan: UV Cross-Linking of Thiol-ene Polymers: A Rheological StudyEMERGING APPLICATIONS13. K. Chandrasekaran, M. J. Hill, W. L. Hamilton, H. V. Nguyen,and R. W. Collins: Electrochemical Deposition of Photoresists14. Kristi S. Anseth, Dina C. Svaldi, Cato T. Laurencin, and Robert Langer: Photopolymerization of Novel Degradable Networks for OrthopedicApplications15. L. Scott Coons, Bharath Rangarajan, David Godshall, and Alec B. Scranton: Photopolymerizations of Vinyl Ester: Glass Fiber Composites16. Barbara F. Howell, Anita de Raaff, and Thomas Marinovii: Pigmented Coatings Cured with Visible Light