Polymer-Particle Pressure-Sensitive Paint with High Photostability
AbstractWe propose a novel fast-responding and paintable pressure-sensitive paint (PSP) based on polymer particles, i.e. polymer-particle (pp-)PSP. As a fast-responding PSP, polymer-ceramic (PC-)PSP is widely studied. Since PC-PSP generally consists of titanium (IV) oxide (TiO2) particles, a large reduction in the luminescent intensity will occur due to the photocatalytic action of TiO2. We propose the usage of polymer particles instead of TiO2 particles to prevent the reduction in the luminescent intensity. Here, we fabricate pp-PSP based on the polystyrene particle with a diameter of 1 μm, and investigate the pressure- and temperature-sensitives, the response time, and the photostability. The performances of pp-PSP are compared with those of PC-PSP, indicating the high photostability with the other characteristics comparable to PC-PSP. View Full-Text
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Matsuda, Y.; Uchida, K.; Egami, Y.; Yamaguchi, H.; Niimi, T. Polymer-Particle Pressure-Sensitive Paint with High Photostability. Sensors 2016, 16, 550.
Matsuda Y, Uchida K, Egami Y, Yamaguchi H, Niimi T. Polymer-Particle Pressure-Sensitive Paint with High Photostability. Sensors. 2016; 16(4):550.Chicago/Turabian Style
Matsuda, Yu; Uchida, Kenta; Egami, Yasuhiro; Yamaguchi, Hiroki; Niimi, Tomohide. 2016. "Polymer-Particle Pressure-Sensitive Paint with High Photostability." Sensors 16, no. 4: 550.
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