The aim of this four volume, multi-author reference work is to provide a unique and comprehensive guide to the radiation curing field. During the last ten years radiation curing has developed into an area of increasing scientific and technological importance. These books outline the photochemical processes involved, evaluate the emerging applications and possibilities for further applications as well as providing an up-do-date overview of current research and industrial development. Volume One deals primarily with the basic principles of radiation curing: UV-curing; EB-curing; microwave curing; oligomer/resin technology; chemistry of imaging science; testing methods; equipment; coatings applications; and emerging trends in photopolymers for holographic recording and laser-induced reactions.
Both academic researchers, graduate students and specialists in industrial research and development laboratories should find these volumes of value in the way that they present recent developments in the fields of polymer photochemistry, chemistry of photosensitive materials, the design of highly efficient photoresponsive systems, UV- and EB-curing, experimental methods of testing, reprography, microelectronics and halography.
See the Four Volume Set
State of the art and trends in the radcure market - P Dufour; An introduction to basic principles in UV-curing - J P Fouassier; Polymers in x-ray electron beam and ion beam - L Schlegel and W Schnabel; Applications of electron beam curing - J Seidel; UV and electron beam curable prepolymers and diluent monomers: classification, preparation and properties - N S Allen; Role of grafting in UV- and -EB curing reactions - P A Dworjanyn and J L Garnett; Experimental and analytical methods for the investigation of radiation curing - J F Rabek; UV-radiation sources and radiation devices for industrial production processes - J F Rabek; Electron beam processing machinery - S V Nablo; Index.
Number Of Pages: 563
Published: 31st July 1993
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers Group
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 2.15