Overview:Processes in Photoreactive Polymers - 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 commercially 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, polymeric 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.
This book is on page /0fb06c92acf561788291222b8bb2eff7/book/1603728800-9781461357124. It was written by the following authors: V.V. Krongauz, A.D. Trifunac. Book Processes in Photoreactive Polymers, which can be read online, published by the company: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Science, Medicine, Technology. The book was published on 2014-03-14 00:00:00. It has 409 pages and is published in Paperback format and weight 646 g. File for download Processes in Photoreactive Polymers has PDF format and is called processes-in-photoreactive-polymers.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our poumm.fr site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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