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13 December 2000 UV-curable new acrylic esters as the main components of lacquer compositions
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Proceedings Volume 4239, Lightguides and their Applications; (2000)
Event: Lightguides and their Applications, 1999, Krasnobrod, Poland
New epoxyacrylic oligomers were received and used as the main components of the compositions that get hardened under Uv radiation. In order to synthesize the epoxyacrylates the diglycidyl ethers were used which contain a changeable number of carbon atoms in the cyclic aliphatic ring between the aromatic rings. The lacquer composition contains also an active diluent and a photoinitiator. As the active diluents the butyl acrylate was used, then 2-ethyihexyl acrylate, styrene and 2,2'- dimetoxy-2-phenylacetophenone as the photoinitiator. The physicochemical and mechanical properties of the received compositions were determined both before their hardening and after it. A high mechanical resistance ofthe foils received as result of polymerization of the studied compositions was confirmed. It makes them to be a preferable material for the hard protective coats of optical fibers.
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Wawrzyniec Podkoscielny, A. Bartnicki, W. Charmas, and L. Salamacha "UV-curable new acrylic esters as the main components of lacquer compositions", Proc. SPIE 4239, Lightguides and their Applications, (13 December 2000);

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