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Seppo Lepp??vuori – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose for UV-curing ink
    Carbohydrate Polymers, 2004
    Co-Authors: P??ivi Granat, Marko Pudas, Osmo Hormi, Juha Hagberg, Seppo Lepp??vuori

    Abstract:

    A modified synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose was developed. Ethylcellulose reacts with acryloylchloride in anhydrous conditions producing ethylcellulose derivative with UV-reactive acrylate groups. FTIR spectroscopy was used to study the products. The UV-curable (polymerizable) formulations studied here were mixtures of ethylcellulose acrylate, solvents and photo-initiators. Rheological measurements were used to verify the cross-linking reaction and the viscosity behaviour of the system resulting from UV irradiation. The acrylated ethylcellulose was utilized as an UV-curable ink Binder Component in conductive ceramic inks to control the ink’s viscosity and the ink transfer printing process. ?? 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

P??ivi Granat – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose for UV-curing ink
    Carbohydrate Polymers, 2004
    Co-Authors: P??ivi Granat, Marko Pudas, Osmo Hormi, Juha Hagberg, Seppo Leppävuori

    Abstract:

    Abstract A modified synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose was developed. Ethylcellulose reacts with acryloylchloride in anhydrous conditions producing ethylcellulose derivative with UV-reactive acrylate groups. FTIR spectroscopy was used to study the products. The UV-curable (polymerizable) formulations studied here were mixtures of ethylcellulose acrylate, solvents and photo-initiators. Rheological measurements were used to verify the cross-linking reaction and the viscosity behaviour of the system resulting from UV irradiation. The acrylated ethylcellulose was utilized as an UV-curable ink Binder Component in conductive ceramic inks to control the ink’s viscosity and the ink transfer printing process.

  • Synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose for UV-curing ink
    Carbohydrate Polymers, 2004
    Co-Authors: P??ivi Granat, Marko Pudas, Osmo Hormi, Juha Hagberg, Seppo Lepp??vuori

    Abstract:

    A modified synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose was developed. Ethylcellulose reacts with acryloylchloride in anhydrous conditions producing ethylcellulose derivative with UV-reactive acrylate groups. FTIR spectroscopy was used to study the products. The UV-curable (polymerizable) formulations studied here were mixtures of ethylcellulose acrylate, solvents and photo-initiators. Rheological measurements were used to verify the cross-linking reaction and the viscosity behaviour of the system resulting from UV irradiation. The acrylated ethylcellulose was utilized as an UV-curable ink Binder Component in conductive ceramic inks to control the ink’s viscosity and the ink transfer printing process. ?? 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Marko Pudas – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose for UV-curing ink
    Carbohydrate Polymers, 2004
    Co-Authors: P??ivi Granat, Marko Pudas, Osmo Hormi, Juha Hagberg, Seppo Leppävuori

    Abstract:

    Abstract A modified synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose was developed. Ethylcellulose reacts with acryloylchloride in anhydrous conditions producing ethylcellulose derivative with UV-reactive acrylate groups. FTIR spectroscopy was used to study the products. The UV-curable (polymerizable) formulations studied here were mixtures of ethylcellulose acrylate, solvents and photo-initiators. Rheological measurements were used to verify the cross-linking reaction and the viscosity behaviour of the system resulting from UV irradiation. The acrylated ethylcellulose was utilized as an UV-curable ink Binder Component in conductive ceramic inks to control the ink’s viscosity and the ink transfer printing process.

  • Synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose for UV-curing ink
    Carbohydrate Polymers, 2004
    Co-Authors: P??ivi Granat, Marko Pudas, Osmo Hormi, Juha Hagberg, Seppo Lepp??vuori

    Abstract:

    A modified synthesis of acrylated ethylcellulose was developed. Ethylcellulose reacts with acryloylchloride in anhydrous conditions producing ethylcellulose derivative with UV-reactive acrylate groups. FTIR spectroscopy was used to study the products. The UV-curable (polymerizable) formulations studied here were mixtures of ethylcellulose acrylate, solvents and photo-initiators. Rheological measurements were used to verify the cross-linking reaction and the viscosity behaviour of the system resulting from UV irradiation. The acrylated ethylcellulose was utilized as an UV-curable ink Binder Component in conductive ceramic inks to control the ink’s viscosity and the ink transfer printing process. ?? 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.