Photochemistry of dyed and pigmented polymers

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Applied Science , London
Polymers., Photochemistry., Dyes and dy
Statemented. by Norman S. Allen and John F. McKellar.
ContributionsAllen, Norman S., McKellar, John F.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 284 p. :
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Open LibraryOL15128271M
ISBN 100853348987

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Responsibility: edited by Norman S. Allen and John F. McKellar. Buy Photochemistry of Dyed and Pigmented Polymers. Ed by N.S. Allen on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.

This book draws together, analyzes, and presents our current understanding of polymer photochemistry and photophysics. In addition to exploring materials, mechanisms, processes, and properties, the handbook also highlights the latest applications in the field 5/5(1).

Read the latest articles of Polymer Photochemistry atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Chemistry) The Photochemistry of Atmospheres: Earth, the Other Planets, and Comets Organic Photochemistry and Pericyclic Reactions Photochemistry and Photobiology Photochemistry of Dyed and Pigmented Polymers Photochemistry on Solid Surfaces (Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis).

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Photochemistry of Dyed and Pigmented Polymers by. Norman S. Allen (Editor), J. McKellar.

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AHen Centre for Archival Polymeric Materials, Chemistry Department, Manchester Metropolitan University, Chester Street, Manchester, UK, M1 5GD (Received 18 March ; accepted 20 April ) The photofading and photostability of dyed and pigmented polymers is a Cited by: Photochemistry and Polymers.

Determining the Recombination Efficiency of Asymmetric Radical Pairs Radicals generated in solution have a propensity to recombine, either re-forming the parent molecule or generating new bond with other reactive species. In a general photochemical radical initiation pathway, a parent molecule (such as a Mo-Mo dimer.

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Photochemistry of polymers Photopolymerization ("photocuring") Depending on the concentration of the photoinitiators and their absorption coefficient, the photocuring depth varies from a few microns to at most mm.

This implies that teh use of photopolymerization process is. Abstract. Polymers per se do not fulfill all technological demands made on them; they are plastics raw materials, but not yet plastics. They only become economically viable on addition of additives.

These additives may be physically dispersed in the polymer matrix, or dissolved in the polymer, or they may be predominantly found on the polymer : Hans-Georg Elias.

Pigments used to color molded thermoplastics Over the past two months, we have been discussing key factors to consider when choosing color for your plastic molded parts. Our final discussion on color will revolve around the use of pigments and dyes to give color to molded parts.

Because there are many different pigments thatFile Size: KB. ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication.

Photochemistry of Dyed and Pigmented Polymers, Applied Science, London,p. The Photochemistry of Author: Norman Allen. Indeed, many clay minerals of the group have been intercalated with cationic dyes; some of the resulting materials have been proposed as pigments for polymers [21, 22].

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Anionic dyes can also. Few changes have occurred in the use of various stabilizers over recent years. In the current literature, phosphate derivatives are used as anti-ageing additives in polymers, and the most popular of these are sterically hindering cyclic amines.

However, most of these compounds are carcinogenic. Synthetic phenols have been increasingly used as antioxidants in food and in by: photochemistry of polymers, especially their photodegradation and photo- oxidation.

As recent have given little attention to unsaturated polymers, and then mainly to photosensitized processes, this paper will.

com- prise a review of the unsensitized photochemical transformations which occurCited by: A dye, on the other hand, will chemically bind to the paper. Some dyes might need another chemical, called a mordant, to make that happen.

If you’ve ever dyed fabric you know that some types of dyes only chemically bind to some types of fibers. But in general a dye will bind to the material you’re using it on.

It’s not painted on the surface. The term intensity, as used in the physical literature, is often used to describe the quantity that is technically referred to as irradiancein the field of the purposes of this study, irradiance is the quantity of interest, but intensity will be utilized occasionally as an equivalent term since that is the term used in many of the referenced by: 7.

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Laser induced holographic grating relaxation studies of camphorquinone (CQ) diffusing in liner polystyrene (PS) (with both narrow and wide molecular weight distribution) and crosslinked PS (with bis‐phenol‐A‐dimethacrylate as the crosslinking agent) are carried out.

Diffusion coefficients of CQ in the polymer hosts are obtained from the decay rate of the intensity diffracted from the Cited by: 7. @article{osti_, title = {Photochemistry of coumarin laser dyes}, author = {von Trebra, R.J.}, abstractNote = {Coumarin laser dyes are widely used in dye lasers for the generation of tunable laser light in the blue-green spectral region.

As in the case with most laser dyes, coumarin dyes undergo photochemical reactions that interfere with simulated emission and result in loss of laser. An attempt has been undertaken to assess the effect of UV radiation on the structure of polyamide and polypropylene fibres, which are characterised by various macroscopic features, colours and by: 5.The Chemistry of Tie-Dye These are called fiber reactive dyes.

But in order to be dyed, the fiber needs to be activated with a fixative. + the dyed fiber molecule What happened? place in plastic bag fibers soaking in soda ash and water mixture Fixatives Asia China Japan - shibori.The detection of mechanical stress in polymeric materials through optical variations has attracted considerable interest over the past ten years.

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