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V.30,no.3,Sept 2018
https://doi.org/10.5764/TCF.
Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2018 / V.30,no.3,Sept
Title The Evaluation of the Preparation and Characterization of Inks based on Surface-modified Specialty Carbon Black(SCB)
Authors Dong Jun Park, Song Hui Kim and Soo Youl Park*
Institution/Affiliations Research Institute of Chemical Technology
Pages/Total page pp.168 ~ 179 / 12
Language Korean
Abstract The modified surface of specialty carbon black(SCB) is one of the main technical factors for producing a uniform color and stable dispersion. In this work, the carboxylation or sulfonation process of SCB was used to improve the dispersive properties of hydrophilic solvents such as 1,6-hexanediol and propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate(PGMEA). The results showed that the color strength of SCB DC2500G changed little with a range of 0.128~0.941(ΔE) compared to other SCB DC2500G material. In contrast, in the case of SCB EG410, there was a uniform color value with a range of 0.144~0.252(ΔE). Also, in our experiments, a modified SCB was confirmed by printing ink material as a melt coating paper. It may be possible that the SCB EG410 material can be advantageous as a gravure ink product. Finally, the modified SCB obtained from this research will have a large impact on the industry as a potential material for toners, paint, rubber, fillers, and other carbon black additives.
Keywords specialty carbon black, surface modification, degree of blackness, dispersibility of the ink, alkyd resin, carboxylation and sulfonation
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Reference http://www.koreascience.or.kr/article/ArticleFullRecord.jsp?cn=OSGGBT_2018_v30n3_168&ordernum=

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