Activation Energy of Dye Degradation Processes on Different Inkjet Papers
In order to define the contribution of oxidative non-light induced processes UV-Vis data of dark storage under oxidative atmosphere are compared in shape and intensity allowing a separation of light and oxidative decay channels. For most ink-paper combinations a superposition of light-induced and oxidative mechanisms are likely. Using activation energies as parameter for dye-paper stability also the influence of room humidity on stability of inkjet prints can be estimated.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2003-01-01
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