The DNS was prepared by the reaction of diazonaphthoquinone sulfochloride with 2,3,4,4'-tetrahydroxybenzophenone in the molar ratio of 1:3.
What does DNQ stand for?
DNQ stands for Diazonaphthoquinone
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- Developing Nations Permanent Task Force (International Federation of Accountants)
- Directorate of Naval Physical Training and Sport (UK)
- Diabetic Neuropathic Plantar Ulcer (physical disorder)
- Double-Normalized Pulse Volume (biology)
- Department of National Parks and Wildlife (Malawi)
- Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (Nepal)
- Department of National Parks and Wildlife Management
- Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plants (Thailand)
- Dearly Not Queerly
- Detected, Not Quantified (lab analysis)
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DNQ stands for diazonaphthoquinone, a light-sensitive compound that in its unexposed form interacts with a cresol/formaldehyde resin, the novolak, to make a product that is insoluble in aqueous alkaline developer solution.
Generally, though, photoresists are made up of such ingredients as propylene glycol methyl ether acetate (a solvent), novolac (a phenol-formaldehyde resin), and diazonaphthoquinone (a sensitizer).