- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Mittal, K.L. (red.)
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Polymers in Information Storage Technologyav K L Mittal849Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.This volume documents the proceedings of the Symposium on Polymers in Information Storage Technology held as a part of the American Chemical Society meeting in Los Angeles, September 25-30, 1988. It should be recorded here that this symposium was cosponsored by the Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering, and the Division of Polymer Chemistry. Polymers are used for a variety of purposes in both optical and magnetic information storage technologies. For example, polymers find applications as substrate, for storing information directly, as protective coating, as lubricant, and as binder in magnetic media. In the last few years there has been a high tempo of research activity dealing with the many ramifications of polymers in the exciting arena of information storage. Concomitantly, we decided to organize this symposium and I believe this was the premier event on this topic. This symposium was conceived and organized with the following objectives in mind: (1) to bring together those actively involved (polymer chemists, polymer physicists, photochemists, surface and colloid chemists, tribo10gists and so on) in the various facets of this topic; (2) to provide a forum for discussion of latest R&D activity in this technology; (3) to provide an opportunity for cross-pollination of ideas; and (4) to identify and highlight areas, within the broad purview of this topic, which needed intensified or accelerated R&D efforts.
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I. Photochemical Aspects of Optical Recording.- Organic Materials for Optical Data Storage.- The Use of Radiations for the Modification of Polymers.- Optical Data Storage using Phase Separation of Polymer-Liquid Crystal Mixtures.- The Significance of Dielectric Relaxation Processes and Switching Properties for Data Storage in Liquid Crystal Polymer Media.- Photo-induced Isomerization-Nonlinear Optical Materials in Neuro-Optical Network.- II. Physicochemical Considerations in Optical Recording.- Polymeric Data Memories and Polymeric Substrate Materials for Information Storage Devices.- Thermally Irreversible Photochromic Materials for Erasable Optical Data Storage Media.- Rewritable Dye-Polymer Optical Storage Media.- Rewritable Dye-Polymer Optical Storage Medium: Dynamic Performance Characteristics.- Photochemical Hole Burning of Quinizarin and Tetraphenylporphin in Main-Chain Aromatic Polymers.- Materials for Mastering and Replication Processes in Optical Video, Audio and Data Disc Production.- III. Polymer Physics: Relevance to Optical Recording.- Magneto-Optical Recording Media Properties and Their Relationship to Composition, Deposition Techniques, and Substrate Properties.- Uniaxial Anisotropy Studies in Amorphous Tb-Fe on Polyimide Substrates.- Orientational and Stress Birefringence in Optical Disk Substrates.- Birefringence Analysis of Injection-Molded Polycarbonate (PC) Substrates.- Polymers as Mid-Infrared Holographic Recording Media.- Factors Affecting Polyimide Lightguide Quality.- IV. Bulk/Surface Chemical Considerations in Magnetic Recording.- Chemistry of an Epoxy-Phenolic Magnetic Disk Coating.- Biomimetic Routes to Magnetic Iron Oxide-Polymer Composites.- Rheological Characterization of High Solids Magnetic Dispersions.- The Role of Polymer Binder in Magnetic Recording Media.- The Particulate Media for Magnetic Recording: Characterization Techniques for Particle Dispersion and Orientation.- The Effect of Pigment Volume Concentration on the Magnetic and Mechanical Performance of Particulate Disk Coatings.- Volatilization Model for Polyperfluoroether Lubricants.- V. Physicochemical Aspects of Magnetic Recording.- Characterization and Hydrolysis of Magnetic Tapes.- Mechanism of Chemical Reactions Involved in Magnetic Coatings.- Plasma Polymer Films for Corrosion Protection of Cobalt-Nickel 80:20 Magnetic Thin Films.- Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of Thermoplastic Polyurethane in Magnetic Coatings.- Polyester-Polyurethane Interactions with Chromium Dioxide.- Role of Active Functional Groups and Conformation of Adsorbed Polymers in the Dispersibility of Magnetic Particles.- Rapid Determination of Coating Percent Pigment from Magnetic Recording Ink Density and Volume Fraction.- Melt Rheology of Partially Crosslinked Carbon Black Composites.- About the Contributors.