- Volume 24 Issue 4
Effects of UV Absorber and HALS(Hindered Amine Light Stabilizer) Addition in Water-soluble Acrylic Resin on Discoloration of Larix leptolepis (S. et Z.) Gordon
수용성(水溶性) 아크릴 수지(樹脂)의 자외선(紫外線) 흡수제(吸收劑)와 HALS 첨가(添加)가 일본잎갈나무의 변색(變色)에 미치는 영향(影響)
- Kang, Kyoung-Taek (College of Agriculture & Life Science, Seoul National University) ;
- Lee, Phil-Woo (College of Agriculture & Life Science, Seoul National University)
- Received : 1996.09.20
- Published : 1996.12.30
UV transmission spectra of water-soluble acrylic resin films containing hydroxybenzophenolic, hydroxyphenylbenzotriazolic UV absorber and HALS(hindered amine light stabilizer) were investigated by exposure time(before exposure weathered for 160 and 320hours) in QUV Weather-Ometer. Also the YID(yellowness index difference), LID(lightness index difference) and CD(color difference) of dried water-soluble acrylic resin films and the coated woods of Larix leptolepis were analyzed by addition level of UV absorber(0, 1, 2 and 3%) and HALS(0, 0.5, 1 and 1.5%) and by exposure time in QUV Weather-Ometer. They showed no significant effects on UV transmission spectra of dried water-soluble acrylic resin films in the range of 300 to 400nm irrespective of exposure time. However, UV transmission decreased as increase of exposure time. UV transmission spectra were lower in dried water-soluble acrylic resin films containing hydroxybenzophenolic UV absorber and HALS than in these containing hydroxyphenylbenzotriazolic UV absorber and HALS in the range of 350 to 400nm. The least YID, LID and CD in the coated woods of Larix leptolepis appeared at the addition level of 3%, based on non-volatile content, in hydroxybenzophenolic and hydroxyphenylbenzotriazolic UV absorber, and of 1.5% in HALS to water-soluble acrylic resin.