Study of Seed Polymerized Polyester Emulsion for Chemically Prepared Toner
In this study, to support larger molecular weight and dispersion stability of polyester emulsion at the same time, we introduced seed polymerization which allows radical polymerization inside emulsion without disappearance of carboxyl groups. In addition, it is found that seed polymerization could control the thermal properties of polyester emulsion like storage elastic modulus and glass-transition temperature. With this method, we could design polyester chemically prepared toners having a wider range of thermal properties.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 2013
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