4-Acryloyloxybenzophenone, a common used photoinitiator

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4-Acryloyloxybenzophenone is a photoinitiator, a common chemical that is widely used in the fields of photosensitive materials, light curing coatings and optical fibers. It has excellent photoinitiation properties, which can trigger a photosensitive reaction under the right conditions, so as to achieve a more efficient solidification and cross-linking of materials.


4-Acryloyloxybenzophenone is a compound with high absorption ability, with long wavelength ultraviolet light absorption ability, and can form excited states under ultraviolet light irradiation. Its molecular structure contains a number of acryloyl groups and phenyl ketone groups, which can undergo photochemical reactions under the excitation of light, thereby triggering a chain reaction and promoting the photocuring process. This special structure makes the 4-Acryloyloxybenzophenone photoinitiator widely used in the field of photocuring.

The 4-Acryloyloxybenzophenone plays a vital role in the photosensitive material. Photosensitive materials are a class of light-sensitive materials whose properties can undergo physical or chemical changes under the irradiation of light. As a core component of photosensitive materials, photoinitiators can trigger chemical reactions under the action of light. Its triggering performance enables the photosensitive material to respond to light stimulation quickly under specific conditions, achieving controllability and high efficiency of the material. The initiation rate and effect of 4-Acryloyloxybenzophenone have an important effect on the photosensitive material, which determines the curing time and properties of the material.

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