On Fri, 12 Jun 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> Good houskeeping practice, however, keep in mind that curing is
> taking place underneath, due to reflection, and that surfaces that
> reflect visible wavelengths (like chrome) do not necessarily reflect
> UV wavelengths required in post cure.
> Tom Husting
> Advantage Prototype Systems
Ah, so true!!! This fact eludes folks so much. To paraphrase, "It's the
wavelength, stupid!" (no, I don't mean to imply anything). The absorption
of radiation by a material can vary enormously from one wavelength to
another (blue to green, yellow to orange, UV-a to UV-b, microwave to IR,
etc). I think in general, Aluminum will absorb 53% of UV radiation.
Allen the geek.
G. Allen Brady -- Graduate Research Assistant
Materials Science and Engineering - The University of Michigan
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