photopolymerization


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pho·to·pol·y·mer·i·za·tion

(fōtō-poli-mĕr-ī-zāshŭn)
Polymerization with the use of an external light source.
Synonym(s): photopolymerisation.
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Table 3 attempts to summarize the key variables of the models restricted to the rate of photopolymerization (rate of cure).
Frontal photopolymerization is a process in which a polymer film is continuously cured from one side in a thick layer of liquid resin.
The kinetics of photopolymerization of the epoxy system were analyzed using Real-Time FTIR spectroscopy (RT-FTIR).
Photopolymerization kinetics of multifunctional monomers.
Fabrication of Antireflection and Antifogging Polymer Sheet by Partial Photopolymerization and Dry Etching.
It is important to take the clinical requirements into account when working with resin-based photopolymerization processes because of the different light cure values for different resin-based composites.
The four parts include: basic principles in photopolymerization reactions, radical and nonradical systems, and reactivity of the photoinitiating system.
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Other current 3-D fabrication techniques, such as two-photon photopolymerization, can take hours to fabricate a 3-D part, Chen said.
Other current 3D fabrication techniques, such as two-photon photopolymerization, can take hours to fabricate a 3D part.
Finally, the composite resin (Point 4[R] Kerr[R]) was packed by means of the oblique layering technique; each oblique layer was polymerized for 40 seconds with the same photopolymerization lamp until completely filling the cavity.
Hydrodynamic micro encapsulation of aqueous fluids and cells via 'on the fly' photopolymerization.