Filled Plastics: Applications
From 06/14/2015 through 11/10/2013
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Reflective body and a light-emitting device equipped with the same
Thermally conductive polymer compositions and articles made therefrom
Method and device for manufacturing artificial stone
Anti-thermally-expansive resin and anti-thermally-expansive metal
Dielectric material with non-linear dielectric constant
Thermoplastic resin composition
Ferrite powder for bonded magnet, method for manufacturing ferrite powder, and bonded magnet using ferrite powder
Glass flake filler, and resin composition including the same
Thermoplastic resin composition and molded product using the same
Hydrotalcite-type particles, heat retaining agent for agriculture films, master batch for agricultural films, and agricultural film
Highly thermally conductive thermoplastic resin composition and thermoplastic resin
Thermally conductive plastic compositions, extrusion apparatus and methods for making thermally conductive plastics
Bulk material cover compositions and methods of applying
Grenite: a composite material exhibiting high impact, scratch and stain resistance
Artificial stone and method of making same
Integrated molded product
Synthesis of metal and metal oxide nanoparticle-embedded siloxane composites
Polymeric compound, oxygen permeable membrane, oxygen permeable composite, electrochemical device
Flat textile article with magnet in edge
Dental materials containing hydrophobic nanoparticulate silicic acid co-condensates and use thereof
Heat conductive elastomer composition
Optical and metamaterial devices based on reactive composite
Composition and associated method
US Patent 8,889,785 (November 18, 2014), “Production Method of Thermoplastic Resin Composition, Molded Body, and Light Emission Body,” Hiroshi Niino, and Mitsufumi Nodono (Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan)
Some metal oxides and metal complexes emit a visible light by receiving irradiation of an ultraviolet. Thus metal oxides and metal complexes can be used as a filler in plastics to make thme fluorescent. However, most filled plastics have low fluorescence because of particle aggregation.
Niino and Nodono of Mitsubishi Rayon, Japan, developed a fluorescent, filled thermoplastic resin with good light emission by ultraviolet irradiation by compounding 0.001 to 50 parts of a metal complex and a metal halide and 0.001 to 30 parts polyalkylene glycol compound per 100 parts thermoplastic resin; and heating to 100 to 320 C. The molecular weight of the thermoplastic is 10,000 to 50,000. Zinc acetylacetonate and a metallic chloride are workable along with polyethylene glycol.
Production method of thermoplastic resin composition, molded body, and light emission body
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* Date of latest addition; date of first entry is 11/10/2013.