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Preparation of encapsulated disperse dye dispersion for polyester inkjet printing ink

Encapsulated C.I. disperse dye blue 60 (disperse dye) was prepared with poly(styrene‐maleic acid) via phase separation method, followed by the preparation of dispersion and inkjet printing ink. The results showed that the encapsulated disperse dye dispersion had a small particle size, narrow particl... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Applied Polymer Science 05 August 2011, Vol.121(3), pp.1616-1621
Main Author: Fu, Shaohai
Other Authors: Zhang, Guifang , Du, Changsen , Tian, Anli
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title: Preparation of encapsulated disperse dye dispersion for polyester inkjet printing ink
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  • Zhang, Guifang
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  • Inkjet Printing Ink
  • Phase Separation Method
  • Dispersion
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description: Encapsulated C.I. disperse dye blue 60 (disperse dye) was prepared with poly(styrene‐maleic acid) via phase separation method, followed by the preparation of dispersion and inkjet printing ink. The results showed that the encapsulated disperse dye dispersion had a small particle size, narrow particle size distribution, and excellent stability to centrifugal force, freeze‐thaw treatment, polyols and alkali and its rheological behavior belong to Newtonian fluid. The ink that prepared using this dispersion satisfied with the requirement of Mimaki JV4‐180 and showed an excellent printing performance at room temperature. © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Appl Polym Sci, 2011
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abstractEncapsulated C.I. disperse dye blue 60 (disperse dye) was prepared with poly(styrene‐maleic acid) via phase separation method, followed by the preparation of dispersion and inkjet printing ink. The results showed that the encapsulated disperse dye dispersion had a small particle size, narrow particle size distribution, and excellent stability to centrifugal force, freeze‐thaw treatment, polyols and alkali and its rheological behavior belong to Newtonian fluid. The ink that prepared using this dispersion satisfied with the requirement of Mimaki JV4‐180 and showed an excellent printing performance at room temperature. © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Appl Polym Sci, 2011
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