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Radiation cured, environmentally compliant, pigmented coatings

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Acrylated epoxy pigmented coatings have been developed that can be cured by xenon or mercury lamps. The formulation can also be cured using a metal halide electrodeless bulb which emits light in the short visible wavelength range or a tungsten halide lamp. A photobleaching photoinitiator prevented yellowing.

Radiation curing as a leading technology

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A review of developments revealed at RadTech Europe 2001 held in Basle 8-11 October 2001.

Radiation curing as an alternative to thermal curing

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Melt application followed by UV curing acrylate and acrylic/urethane systems, performance and, for acrylates, confocal Raman spectroscopy determination of acrylate conversion with depth are discussed.

Radiation curing in Asia: status and progress

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Summarises the trends in marketing and technology for UV/EB curing including equipment, chemistry and formulated products in Asia.

Radiation Curing in the Automated Production of Printed Circuit Boards

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Use of "non-wet" method for p.c.b production including radiation-cured conductive ink for THP. Sketches show process sequences.

Radiation Curing of Coatings

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ISBN 0-8031-2095-8. Broad treatment of title technology applied to paints, powder coatings & other coating systems. US$89.00

Radiation curing of links and coatings: an overview

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The chemistry of UV and electron beam curable systems is outlined and the market for radiation cured products reviewed. It is estimated that 45% of the Western European market is for wood coatings, followed by over print varnishes (25%) and printing inks (15%). Due to high capital costs there are few electron beam curing units in Europe except for specialist operations. UV lamps, raw materials developments and application developments are reviewed.

Radiation curing of powder coatings

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Blending photopolymerizable composition as dry power; depositing it on substrate and curing by radiation.

Radiation curing of powder coatings on heat sensitive substrates

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Process comprises providing photopolymerizable composition comprises epoxy resin compound(s), photoinitiator(s); solid plasticizer; and hydroxyl-containing compound; blending composition as dry powder; depositing it and curing by radiation.

Radiation curing of powder coatings on wood

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Method of applying powder coating to wooden substrate comprises elec. grounding substrate; electrostatically charging powder coating; radiation curable resin mixture of acrylo-urethane and unsaturated polyester resins; photoinitiator; and plasticizer; directing charged powder onto substrate; and curing to form continuous coating.

Radiation curing: high speed for powder coating

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Curing mechanisms, state-of-the-art and first commercial applications of low temperature UV and near infra red curing of powder coating systems are described.

Radiation curing: high speed for powder coatings

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Attempts to resolve problem of high cure temp. and long cure time of powder coatings are discussed. UV and near IR curing technologies are described.

Radiation damage in air annealed indium tin oxide layers

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Opto-electronic properties of pre-radiation annealed InSn oxide (ITO) layers were investigated. Having received proton fluence of 10E17 ions/sq.cm, annealed ITO layers were highly resistant to proton damage. As-deposit irradiated samples were less resistant showing rapid increase in resistivity with corresponding degradation of transmittance.

Radiation damage in dry etching

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Radiation Damage in Si(001) Due to Low Energy Ar and Cl Ion.

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SIGLE DSC