Naphthalimide-Tertiary Amine Derivatives as Blue-Light-Sensitive Photoinitiators
The photochemical mechanism of the radical generation from photoinitiating systems based on 1, 8‐naphthalimide derivatives (ANDs; with tertiary amine moieties) are investigated by using various approaches including cyclic voltammetry, steady‐state photolysis, and electron spin resonance spin‐trapping techniques. It reveals that radicals can be produced from ANDs alone or ANDs/additive (e. g. iodonium salt or chloro triazine) combinations. The generated radicals and cations can initiate both...[Show more]
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