Polymers and Electromagnetic Radiation Fundamentals and Practical Applications
Auteur : Schnabel Wolfram
The first part of the book deals with the interaction of polymers with non-ionizing radiation in the frequency-range from sub-terahertz over infrared radiation to visible and ultraviolet light, while the second part covers the interaction with ionizing radiation from the extreme ultraviolet to X-ray photons. Consequently, the book provides a systematic overview of how both the non-ionizing and the ionizing radiation can be used for different polymerization approaches, spectroscopy methods and lithography techniques. The covered applications include curing of coatings and adhesives, xerography, light-emitting diodes, lasers, wave guides, high-capacity data storage as well as sensors and catalysts.
Part I Non-Ionizing Radiation
1 Sub-Terahertz Radiation Including Radiofrequency (RF) and Microwave Radiation
2 Infrared Radiation
3 Visible and Ultraviolet Light
Part II Ionizing Radiation
4 Elementary Processes of the Interaction of High-Energy Photons with Matter
5 Chemical Reactions Induced by High-Energy Radiation
6 Applications of High-Energy Radiation in Polymer Physics
Date de parution : 03-2014
Ouvrage de 360 p.
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