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Uncertainty in Evaluation of Accelerated Ozone Fading Tests of Inkjet Prints

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Influences of various test conditions, such as ozone concentration, relative humidity, temperature and gas-flow rate in a test chamber, on an accelerated ozone fading test with various ink-media combinations have been studied. The influences of relative humidity and temperature have been different with each ink-media combination. About ozone concentration, some ink-media combinations have shown reciprocity failure between ozone concentration and duration of exposure. And furthermore, the extent of the influence of gas-flow rate and that of temperature has been different with each ink-media combination. In some ink-media combinations, the influence of gas-flow rate has been larger than that of temperature, while opposite results have been observed in another ink-media combinations.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-01-01

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