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Hyperbranched materials are a subclass of dendrific materials that are rapidly becoming viable and attractive for use in industrial applications. The highly branched 3-dimensional morphology of hyperbranched materials in is structurally quite different from the linear or lightly branched oligomers tipically used in radiation cure systems.
Preparation and Characterization of Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Nanostructured UV-Cured Coatings
Today, multifunctionality in a coating is essential; in fact coatings do not only provide a certain protection towards the environment or optical appearance to a surface, but they should also provide additional functions the environment or optical appearence to a surface, but they should provide additional functions as low abrasion, high chem
Polymeric Molecules for Use as Photoinitiators for UV Curing of Acrylates
Lambson have active in examining the potential for using oligomeric photoinitiators to overcome migration issues since 1993 when research programmes were established with Professor R.S. Davidson an co-workers at Kent University and subsequently in Lambson's own labatories.
Photopolymerization in the Presence of Ionic Liquids
For the first time the kinetics of the photopolymerization in the precence of ionic liquids was studied. Systems containing monomers of various functionality and various amounts of ILs were investigated to find the influence of the presence and structure of the ILs on the polymerization kinetics.
Although photopolymerization is a rather old and well established tool, numerous new applications are addled year bu year. Therefore, the development of new tailor made components for radical and cationic systems is still in progress.