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  • Author(s) Norman S. Allen
  • Edition1
  • Published4th March 2010
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780470137963
Presents the state of the technology, from fundamentals to new
materials and applications

Today's electronic devices, computers, solar cells, printing,
imaging, copying, and recording technology, to name a few, all owe
a debt to our growing understanding of the photophysics and
photochemistry of polymeric materials. This book draws together,
analyzes, and presents our current understanding of polymer
photochemistry and photophysics. In addition to exploring
materials, mechanisms, processes, and properties, the handbook also
highlights the latest applications in the field and points to new
developments on the horizon.


Photochemistry and Photophysics of Polymer Materials is
divided into seventeen chapters, including:




  • Optical and luminescent properties and applications of metal
    complex-based polymers




  • Photoinitiators for free radical polymerization reactions




  • Photovoltaic polymer materials




  • Photoimaging and lithographic processes in polymers




  • Photostabilization of polymer materials




  • Photodegradation processes in polymeric materials




Each chapter, written by one or more leading experts and
pioneers in the field, incorporates all the latest findings and
developments as well as the authors' own personal insights and
perspectives. References guide readers to the literature for
further investigation of individual topics.


Together, the contributions represent a series of major
developments in the polymer world in which light and its energy
have been put to valuable use. Not only does this reference capture
our current state of knowledge, but it also provides the foundation
for new research and the development of new materials and new
applications.

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  • Author(s) Norman S. Allen
  • Edition1
  • Published4th March 2010
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780470137963
Presents the state of the technology, from fundamentals to new
materials and applications

Today's electronic devices, computers, solar cells, printing,
imaging, copying, and recording technology, to name a few, all owe
a debt to our growing understanding of the photophysics and
photochemistry of polymeric materials. This book draws together,
analyzes, and presents our current understanding of polymer
photochemistry and photophysics. In addition to exploring
materials, mechanisms, processes, and properties, the handbook also
highlights the latest applications in the field and points to new
developments on the horizon.


Photochemistry and Photophysics of Polymer Materials is
divided into seventeen chapters, including:




  • Optical and luminescent properties and applications of metal
    complex-based polymers




  • Photoinitiators for free radical polymerization reactions




  • Photovoltaic polymer materials




  • Photoimaging and lithographic processes in polymers




  • Photostabilization of polymer materials




  • Photodegradation processes in polymeric materials




Each chapter, written by one or more leading experts and
pioneers in the field, incorporates all the latest findings and
developments as well as the authors' own personal insights and
perspectives. References guide readers to the literature for
further investigation of individual topics.


Together, the contributions represent a series of major
developments in the polymer world in which light and its energy
have been put to valuable use. Not only does this reference capture
our current state of knowledge, but it also provides the foundation
for new research and the development of new materials and new
applications.

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