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Improvement of Hard Coating Characteristics by UV-curable Organic/Inorganic Hybrids

자외선 경화형 유기/무기 하이브리드에 의한 하드코팅 특성 향상

  • Han, Ji-Ho (LG Chem R&D Campus Daejeon) ;
  • Kim, Hyung-Il (Department of Applied Chemical Engineering, Chungnam National University)
  • Received : 2017.08.16
  • Accepted : 2017.09.06
  • Published : 2017.12.10

Abstract

Transparent plastic substrates require an improvement in properties such as surface hardness and thermal stability for optical applications. In this study, UV-curable organic/inorganic hybrids were synthesized to improve those properties. In order to make the optimum dispersion of inorganic component into the organic matrix, an in situ synthetic method was applied based on sol-gel reaction. Dispersion of the inorganic component in the organic urethane acrylate matrix was improved by using a proper combination of sol-gel reaction and fast UV-curing resulting in the formation of the transparent coating layer. Various alkoxy silanes were employed to vary both the degree of curing and coating properties of UV-curable organic/inorganic hybrids. UV-cured organic/inorganic hybrid coatings showed an improved surface hardness and thermal resistance depending on the content of inorganic component.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 충남대학교

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