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Gas Fading of Inkjet prints with Ozone

VESELÝ, M. DZIK, P. KÁČEROVÁ, S. ŠTĚPÁNKOVÁ, E. PASEČNÁ, K.

Originální název

Gas Fading of Inkjet prints with Ozone

Anglický název

Gas Fading of Inkjet prints with Ozone

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Ground-level ozone is a common part of the air atmosphere and has a strong oxidative effect, mainly on inkjet dyes. The resistance of inkjet prints to ozone is mainly given by gas absorption capacity of the ink receiving layer and by the sensitivity of dyes to oxidation. Dye fading was evaluated by three methods: 1) optical density decrease, 2) dye concentration calculation from spectral data and 3) quantity accepted by many users – total colour difference value. The dye concentration calculation of pure ink patches and overprinted inks patches enables to judge the catalytic fading. That means one dye fading is accelerated by the products of other dye degradation.

Anglický abstrakt

Ground-level ozone is a common part of the air atmosphere and has a strong oxidative effect, mainly on inkjet dyes. The resistance of inkjet prints to ozone is mainly given by gas absorption capacity of the ink receiving layer and by the sensitivity of dyes to oxidation. Dye fading was evaluated by three methods: 1) optical density decrease, 2) dye concentration calculation from spectral data and 3) quantity accepted by many users – total colour difference value. The dye concentration calculation of pure ink patches and overprinted inks patches enables to judge the catalytic fading. That means one dye fading is accelerated by the products of other dye degradation.

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@article{BUT90500,
  author="Michal {Veselý} and Petr {Dzik} and Silvia {Buteková} and Eva {Štěpánková} and Klára {Pasečná}",
  title="Gas Fading of Inkjet prints with Ozone",
  annote="Ground-level ozone is a common part of the air atmosphere and has a strong oxidative effect, mainly on inkjet dyes. The resistance of inkjet prints to ozone is mainly given by gas absorption capacity of the ink receiving layer and by the sensitivity of dyes to oxidation. Dye fading was evaluated by three methods: 1) optical density decrease, 2) dye concentration calculation from spectral data and 3) quantity accepted by many users – total colour difference value. The dye concentration calculation of pure ink patches and overprinted inks patches enables to judge the catalytic fading. That means one dye fading is accelerated by the products of other dye degradation.",
  address="Univerzita Pardubice",
  chapter="90500",
  institution="Univerzita Pardubice",
  number="9",
  volume="17 (2011)",
  year="2011",
  month="september",
  pages="211--228",
  publisher="Univerzita Pardubice",
  type="journal article - other"
}