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Organic, Cationic, Sub-Micron Particles for Ink Jet Paper Coatings

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The novel cationic polyfunctional oligomer (DA-C) and novel cationic sub-micron organic particle (COP) have been developed. DA-C is placed in the hydrophilic polyacrylates and COP is placed in the crosslinked polymer particles. COP is synthesized by using DA-C and comonomers with non-aqueous dispersion polymerization or reverse suspension polymerization. COP is designed to have high absorptivity and fixing ability of aqueous ink jet ink. The absorptivity, swelling, and dye-fixing ability of COP were measured. These properties were kept up in experimental COP paper. The advantages and future direction of this technologies are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 1998

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