N-Phenylglycine as a Versatile Photoinitiator under Near-UV LED
N-Phenylglycine is normally used as a co-initiator and can be photodecomposed by different dyes under UV or visible light irradiation to generate radicals for the initiation of free radical photopolymerization. However, the photochemistry and photoinitiation ability of N-phenylglycine alone upon exposure to near-UV light (e.g., UV LED at 392 nm), to the best of our knowledge, have not been investigated. In this research, the photochemistry of N-phenylglycine under the UV LED at 392 nm is...[Show more]
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