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Investigation of Ink-Substrate Adhesion in LEP Printing

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Understanding of ink-paper adhesion in LEP printing through interface investigation is presented. Relationship between macroscopic time dependent work of adhesion measurement, polar content of paper and ink surfaces, and interfacial acid-base interaction is revealed. Direct observation of the ink-paper interfacial interaction through ATR-FTIR measurement is described and C-O stretching band around 1152 cm−1 is shown to indicate acid-base interaction. Papers with high polar content exhibit strong intensity as well as reduction in the band location of the C-O stretch. Intensity ratio of C-O stretch around 1152 cm−1 and a neighboring C-C stretch at 1168 cm−1 is shown to have a linear relationship with the total work of adhesion immediately after printing.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-01-01

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