Processes in Photoreactive Polymers

Processes in Photoreactive Polymers

Computer parts manufacturing, information storage, and book and magazine publishing all depend on photoreactive polymer systems. The photo-and radiation-induced processes in polymers are also active areas of research.

Author: V.V. Krongauz

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461517672

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 409

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The development of photosensitive materials in general and photoreactive polymers in particular is responsible for major advances in the information, imaging, and electronic industries. Computer parts manufacturing, information storage, and book and magazine publishing all depend on photoreactive polymer systems. The photo-and radiation-induced processes in polymers are also active areas of research. New information on the preparation and properties of com mercially available photosensitive systems is constantly being acquired. The recent demand for environmentally safe solvent-free and water-soluble materials also motivated changes in the composition of photopolymers and photoresists. The interest in holographic recording media for head-up displays, light scanners, and data recording stimulated development of reconfigurable and visible light sensitive materials. Photoconductive polymerizable coatings are being tested in electrostatic proofing and color printing. The list of available initiators, poly meric binders, and other coating ingredients is continually evolving to respond to the requirements of low component loss (low diffusivity) and the high rate of photochemical reactions.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Processes in Photoreactive Polymers

Processes in Photoreactive Polymers

Computer parts manufacturing, information storage, and book and magazine publishing all depend on photoreactive polymer systems. The photo-and radiation-induced processes in polymers are also active areas of research.

Author: V.V. Krongauz

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1461517680

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 409

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The development of photosensitive materials in general and photoreactive polymers in particular is responsible for major advances in the information, imaging, and electronic industries. Computer parts manufacturing, information storage, and book and magazine publishing all depend on photoreactive polymer systems. The photo-and radiation-induced processes in polymers are also active areas of research. New information on the preparation and properties of com mercially available photosensitive systems is constantly being acquired. The recent demand for environmentally safe solvent-free and water-soluble materials also motivated changes in the composition of photopolymers and photoresists. The interest in holographic recording media for head-up displays, light scanners, and data recording stimulated development of reconfigurable and visible light sensitive materials. Photoconductive polymerizable coatings are being tested in electrostatic proofing and color printing. The list of available initiators, poly meric binders, and other coating ingredients is continually evolving to respond to the requirements of low component loss (low diffusivity) and the high rate of photochemical reactions.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Photochemical Processes in Polymer Chemistry 2

Photochemical Processes in Polymer Chemistry   2

This book contains 11 papers separated as chapters. Topics include energy transfer processes; photoinitiation of polymerization; solid-state polymerization mechanisms; photoinduced ionic polymerizations; and photoconductive polymers.

Author: G. Smets

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781483150727

Category: Science

Page: 141

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Photochemical Processes in Polymer Chemistry-2 contains invited lectures presented at the Second IUPAC Symposium on Photochemical Processes in Polymer Chemistry held at Leuven, Belgium on June 2-4, 1976. This book contains 11 papers separated as chapters. Topics include energy transfer processes; photoinitiation of polymerization; solid-state polymerization mechanisms; photoinduced ionic polymerizations; and photoconductive polymers. This text also discusses energy transfer phenomena in high polymer systems; laser spectroscopical methods for the study of primary processes during the photodegradation; photooxidation of high polymers; and reaction selectivity and molecular association in photochemical reactions of nucleic acids and their constituents. New developments in photochromic polymers and related phenomena, as well as the design of photoreactive polymer systems for imaging processes are also explained.
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Photoinitiated Polymerization

Photoinitiated Polymerization

Acceleration of photopolymerization rate in the presence of small amounts of
aromatic thiols was observed . ... V . V . Krongauz in V . V . Krongauz , and A . D .
Trifunac , Edtrs . , " Processes in Photoreactive Polymers , " Chapman & Hall ,
New ...

Author: Kevin D. Belfield

Publisher: Amer Chemical Society

ISBN: UOM:39015056492120

Category: Science

Page: 565

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Photoinitiated Polymerization discusses the latest developmetns in photoinitiated polymerization. This book includes the current state of free radical, cationic, and based catalyzed photopolymerization and their applications.
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Photoreactive Polymers

Photoreactive Polymers

In the majority of photochemical imaging processes the incident quantum will at
best affect a single molecule . For example , in a photochromic system , the
absorbed quantum will bring about the isomerization of one molecule of
spiropyran to ...

Author: Arnost Reiser

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN: UCAL:B4477428

Category: Science

Page: 409

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A comprehensive introduction to the theory & applications of resists. Discusses applications of polymers in the imaging industry, especially printing, & the fabrication of solid-state electronic devices. Reviews resist systems in the order in which they made their appearance & incorporates background material on the necessary photophysics, radiation chemistry, & image science.
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Mechanisms of Photophysical Processes and Photochemical Reactions in Polymers

Mechanisms of Photophysical Processes and Photochemical Reactions in Polymers

11 Photocrosslinking of polymers . 11.1 Photocrosslinking through donor -
acceptor complexes 11.2 Photoinitiated cationic crosslinking . 406 410 411 12
Photoreactive polymers in image formation 413 12.1 Photocrosslinkable
polymeric ...

Author: J. F. Rabek

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: UOM:39015016042072

Category: Photochemistry

Page: 756

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During the last two decades, photophysical and photochemical processes have become important in many branches of polymer chemistry. The author use s such advances to illustrate his systematic description of mechanisms for the most important photoreactions, and presents a review of the field.
Categories: Photochemistry

Materials Science and Technology Processing of Semiconductors

Materials Science and Technology  Processing of Semiconductors

Decker , C . ( 1995 ) , in : Processes in Photoreactive Polymers : Krongauz , V . V .
, Trifunac , A . D . ( Eds . ) . New York : Chapman and Hall . Decker , C . , Decker ,
D . ( 1994 ) , in : Proc . RadTech Conf . Orlando : Northbrook , IL : RadTech ...

Author: Kenneth A. Jackson

Publisher: Wiley-VCH

ISBN: 3527268294

Category: Science

Page: 715

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This self-contained handbook deals with the enabling materials technology for the electronics industry. World renowned authors have contributed to this unique treatment of the processing of semiconductors and related technologies. Contents: Wilkes: Silicon Processing. Mullin: Compound Semiconductor Processing, Kuech/BleLagally/Tischler: Epitaxial Growth. Leuschner/Pawlowski: Photolithography. Griffin: Doping. Turner/Donohoe: Etching Processes in Semiconductor Manufacturing. Chang/Sze: Silicon Device Structures. Lam/Stanchina: Compound Semiconductor Device Structures. Kwong: Silicon Device Processing. Parsey, Jr: Compound Semiconductor Device Processing. Amey: Chip Carriers. Knausenberger/Turlik: Interconnection Systems.
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Homogeneous Photocatalysis

Homogeneous Photocatalysis

In the course of 170 years , taking photographs has become an extremely
commonplace process , but it has still not lost ... in Processes in Photoreactive
Polymers , edited by V . V . Kronghaus and A . D . Trifunac ( Chapman & Hall ,
New York ...

Author: M. Chanon

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: UOM:39015047495943

Category: Science

Page: 426

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Photocatalysis and related processes occupy a strategic position for the future of Photochemistry. Indeed, applications in solar energy taming, pollution management or other environmental problems and information storage could become practical before the end of this century. Homogeneous Photocatalysis is the only book that provides the necessary fundamentals and explains how applications work at the molecular level. It includes contributions from well-known authors selected for their expertise in the field.
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Polymer Science

Polymer Science

Tazuke , S. , Developments in Polymer Photochemistry , London : Applied
Science , 1982 , vol . 3 . 4. ... Decker , C. , Processes in Photoreactive Polymers ,
Krongauz , V.V. and Trifunac , A.D. , Eds . , New York : Chapman and Hall , 1995 ,
p .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015058310981

Category: Polymerization

Page:

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Categories: Polymerization

Papers Presented at the Meeting

Papers Presented at the     Meeting

This high solubility can be the result of the low molecular weight of polymers 1-4 .
2,3,4 Introduction Development of photoreactive polymers that can be used in
microlithographic processes has attracted many research groups over the last ...

Author: American Chemical Society. Division of Polymer Chemistry

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015049297628

Category: Chemistry

Page:

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Categories: Chemistry

Photographic Science and Engineering

Photographic Science and Engineering

The crosslinking density of polymers depends upon the intensity and duration of
radiation , the concentration and efficiency of ... Discussion The design of
photoreactive polymer systems for imaging processes stems from the knowledge
of their ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924058170238

Category: Photography

Page:

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Categories: Photography

Fotoporim Konwakai Shi

Fotoporim   Konwakai Shi

correlation existing between the polymerization efficiency and the chemical
nature of the photoinitiating systems . ... Photoinitiation , Photopolymerization ,
Photocuring , Hanser , Munich ( 1995 ) c ) Processes in Photoreactive Polymers ,
U.V. ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924090526199

Category: Photopolymerization

Page:

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Categories: Photopolymerization

The Journal of Materials Education

The Journal of Materials Education

Processes in Photoreactive Polymers , I. Krongauz and A. D. Trifunac , Chapman
& Hall , UK ( 1996 ) . Inelastic Deformation of Metals : Models , Mechanical
Properties and. Journal of Materials Education 18 ( 3 ) : 179 ( 1996 ) . BOOK
REVIEW ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015039834463

Category: Engineering

Page:

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Categories: Engineering

CEE Chemical Engineering Education

CEE  Chemical Engineering Education

... Chemical Process XXI , 194 Molecular Interpretation of Entropy , a Simple XX1,
98 Molecular Thermodynamics for ... -XXII , 36 Photoreactive Polymers : The
Science and Technology of Resists XXIV , 33 Plasmid Instability in Batch
Cultures of ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822008332298

Category: Chemical engineering

Page:

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Categories: Chemical engineering

Kinetics and Mechanisms for Cationic Photopolymerizations of Divinyl Ethers

Kinetics and Mechanisms for Cationic Photopolymerizations of Divinyl Ethers

The backbone bond angle is important because the polymer conformation will
determine the probabilities of cyclization ... Constants in the Cationic
Polymerization of Alkenes , ” Cationic Polymerization and Related Processes ,
E.J. Goethals ed . , IUPAC ... A. Reiser , Photoreactive Polymers , Wiley , New
York , NY , 1989 .

Author: Eric Wayne Nelson

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293014210680

Category: Addition polymerization

Page: 504

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Categories: Addition polymerization

JJAP Letters

JJAP Letters

Alignment of Liquid Crystalline Polyfluorene Films by an Optically Aligned
Polymer Layer Tomoteru FUKUMURA 1,2 * , Cesare Soci !, Daniel ... On the other
hand , photoreactive polymers such as sidechain azo polymers and crosslinkable
side - chain polymers are useful to ... This method is relatively fast with low cost
experimental facility , and the noncontact process eliminates the above
disadvantages .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106018502572

Category: Physics

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Categories: Physics

Cumulative Book Index

Cumulative Book Index

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015058373955

Category: American literature

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A world list of books in the English language.
Categories: American literature

Scientific Publications from Eastman Kodak Laboratories

Scientific Publications from Eastman Kodak Laboratories

THE DESIGN OF PHOTOREACTIVE POLYMER SYSTEMS FOR IMAGING
PROCESSES J . L . R . Williams , s . ... Eastman Kodak Company , Rochester , N .
Y . 14650 Abstract - The use of polymers in photoreactive imaging systems
depends ...

Author: Eastman Kodak Company. Research Laboratories

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015024280284

Category: Photography

Page:

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Categories: Photography

Information Bulletin

Information Bulletin

induced ionic polymerizations , IRIE et al Soins state polymerization mechanisms
, WAGNER Photo - initiation of polymerisation , LEDWITH Reaction ... The design
of photoreactive polymer systems for imaging processes , WILLIAMS et al .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4308435

Category: Chemistry

Page:

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Categories: Chemistry

Crystallographically Ordered Polymers

Crystallographically Ordered Polymers

In order to investigate the phonon - assistance of the photodimerization process ,
the electron - phonon coupling in the photoreactive state ( int * ) was studied ( 8 )
. The electronic absorption spectra of the monomer crystal were obtained ( 8 ) at ...

Author: Daniel J. Sandman

Publisher: Amer Chemical Society

ISBN: UCAL:B4477424

Category: Science

Page: 287

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