photoinitiated polymerization

photoinitiated polymerization

[‚fōd·ō·ə¦nish·ē‚ād·əd pə‚lim·ə·rə′zā·shən]
(physical chemistry)
A chain reaction of monomer to polymer initiated by a photogenerated radical or ion.
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and then almost disappears for 60 s, indicating that the antifoulant CAP-A in the EMA-P antifouling coating doesn't hinder the formation of a crosslinking network through the photoinitiated polymerization of the C-C groups in EMA-P.
The FTIR spectra results show that the addition of antifoulant into the coating prolongs the curing time without hindering the photoinitiated polymerization of the C=C groups in EMA-P.
Recently, the thiolene photoinitiated polymerization has been the focus of many studies (12-14).
Broer, DJ, Mol, GN, Challa, G, "Temperature Effects on the Kinetics of Photoinitiated Polymerization of Dimethacrylates.
The photoinitiated polymerization of ERL-4221 was performed in the presence and absence of BPO with C8-CFS [PF.
A Mechanistic Photopolymerization of an Acrylate Monomer, Photoinitiated Polymerization, Vol.
Photoinitiation of Acrylates via Sensitized Phthalimide Derivatives, Photoinitiated Polymerization, Vol.
Photoinatiated Polymerization of Selected Thiol-ene System, Photoinitiated Polymerization, Vol.
Allyl Ethers in the Thiol-ene Reaction, Photoinitiated Polymerization, Vol.
The photoinitiated polymerization of acrylate resins is known to be strongly inhibited by oxygen which reacts rapidly with the initiator R* and polymer ([P*.
Light Intensity and Temperature Effect in Photoinitiated Polymerization," in Photopolymerization Fundamentals and Applications, Scranton, A.
In many photoinitiated polymerizations, the initiation rate is spatially inhomogeneous and there exists a gradient in polymerization rates (5-7) because the photoinitiator absorbs the radiation and so attenuates, the light intensity as a function of depth along the optical path.