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Accelerated Aging Studies for Organic Optical Data Storage Media
Author(s): David E. Nikles; Charles E. Forbes; Harris A. Goldberg; Robert E. Johnson; Rachel S. Kohn; Frank J. Onorato
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Paper Abstract

The excellent stability of Hoechst Celanese WORM media was demonstrated in accelerated aging studies. CNR data was measured as a function of exposure time for disks exposed to 65°/80% RH, 80°/80% RH, and 90°/80% RH. Disks were also exposed to a high intensity xenon lamp to compare the relative stability to visible and ultraviolet radiation. The stability of the polycarbonate substrate and the recording layer were investigated.

Paper Details

Date Published: 19 May 1989
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 1078, Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting, (19 May 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.952741
Show Author Affiliations
David E. Nikles, Hoechst Celanese Advanced Technology Group (United States)
Charles E. Forbes, Hoechst Celanese Advanced Technology Group (United States)
Harris A. Goldberg, Hoechst Celanese Advanced Technology Group (United States)
Robert E. Johnson, Hoechst Celanese Advanced Technology Group (United States)
Rachel S. Kohn, Hoechst Celanese Advanced Technology Group (United States)
Frank J. Onorato, Hoechst Celanese Advanced Technology Group (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1078:
Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting
Gordon R. Knight; Clark N. Kurtz, Editor(s)

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