The purpose of this monograph is to provide a summary for those who are active in the field of phthalocyanine research. This volume allows the reader to quickly-and at a reasonable cost-determine what is being accomplished so that he may plan his own research programs. It covers such topics as synthesis, reactions, inks, energy systems, coatings, toners, and electrophotographic plates and developers, just to name a few. Packed with over 40 structural drawings of phthalocyanine molecules, this one-of-a-kind reference provides the necessary description and visualization to stimulate further research. This work is an indispensable resource for researchers and practitioners, both novice and experienced, in the field of phthalocyanine science and technology.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Synthesis. Analysis. Crystals. Reactions: Their Mechanisms and Rates. Organic Chemistry. Solution Chemistry. Radionuclides. Catalysis. Pc and M Pc Colorants. Coloring Cement, Mortar, Sand, and Gypsum. Pcs in Detergent and Dispersant Compositions. Adsorption. Gas and Water Purification. Pc Dyes and Pigments as Water Pollutants. Corrosion Prevention. Physical Chemistry. Coatings. Inks. Spectroscopy. Pc Use in Energy Systems. Conduction, Semiconduction, and Photoconduction. Magnetic Phenomena. Pcs in Electrochemistry. Pc and Metal, M, Pc Polymers. Pcs in Biology. Thermal, Thermal Transfer, and Optical Recording Media. Laser and Other Optical Recording Applications. Studies and Topics in Photochemistry. Chromism. Photoreduction of Viologens. Coatings, Films, and Photographic Products. Photopolymer and Photoresist Compositions. Resists. Credit and ID Cards. Color Filters, Optical Filters. Electrophoretic Devices. Electroradiographic and Electrorecording Material. Toners. Lithographic Printing Plates and Planographic Plates. Electrophotography and Electrophotographic Plates: Electrophotographic Photoreceptors and Photosensitizers. Electrophotographic Developers. Index.