WO2019065009A1 - Optical body and window material - Google Patents

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WO2019065009A1
WO2019065009A1 PCT/JP2018/031022 JP2018031022W WO2019065009A1 WO 2019065009 A1 WO2019065009 A1 WO 2019065009A1 JP 2018031022 W JP2018031022 W JP 2018031022W WO 2019065009 A1 WO2019065009 A1 WO 2019065009A1
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Abstract

The present invention provides an optical body with excellent antiglare and viewing quality. The optical body has a fine irregular layer. The arithmetic average roughness Ra is 0.2 µm or less and the average length RSm of a roughness curve element is 10 µm or less in a rectangular region of 35.3 µm × 26.5 µm on the fine irregular surface, or the ratio of a surface area to the rectangular area is between 1.04 and 1.5, inclusive.

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Optical body and window material

The present invention relates to an optical body and a window material, and more specifically, to an optical body having high antiglare property and viewability at the same time, and a window material provided with the same.

In recent years, in buildings including high-rise buildings and tower condominiums, so-called reflected light damage, which causes light to be reflected by the mounted window glass etc. and causes glare to users of other nearby buildings, is a frequent problem It has become. Therefore, in the construction of a building, it is required to take sufficient measures against the above-mentioned reflected light damage.

Here, as a measure against glare of the reflected light from the window glass of the building, for example, there is a method in which a louver or the like is installed on the wall of the building to directly block the reflected light. However, the installation of louvers is a large-scale work, is expensive, and affects the design of a building, so it is often the case that the owner disrespects.

On the other hand, as a method of improving the antiglare property of the window glass of a building, the method of sticking a film on a window glass and improving a reflective characteristic other than the method mentioned above is mentioned.

For example, as a film capable of improving reflection characteristics including antiglare property, Patent Document 1 uses an ultraviolet curing resin on a base film to form an AG (antiglare) layer having a random uneven shape surface, and the unevenness By forming a layer made of a low refractive index resin so as to flatten the shape, an optical film which can make black stand out when attached to a display while flatting the reflectance in the visible light region is obtained. Is disclosed.

Further, Patent Document 2 uses a mold surface which is made to strike blast particles of a predetermined particle size when transfer molding of irregularities on a mold surface using a UV curable resin on a base film to obtain a film. It is disclosed that a film with reduced glare can be obtained while maintaining high transmission sharpness.

International Publication 2015/071943 JP, 2016-012095, A

However, all of the above-mentioned conventional films are mainly used for a polarizing plate provided on the display surface of a liquid crystal panel such as a personal computer or a liquid crystal television. And all the conventional films mentioned above have room for improvement in a viewpoint which makes high anti-glare property and viewability compatible by using for window glass.

An object of the present invention is to solve the above-mentioned problems in the prior art and to achieve the following objects. That is, an object of the present invention is to provide an optical body excellent in antiglare property and viewability, and a window material excellent in antiglare property and viewability.

In order to achieve the above-mentioned purpose, the present inventors diligently studied without limiting to a film. As a result, it has been found that high antiglare properties and viewability can be achieved at the same time by optimizing the characteristics of the surface roughness of the fine uneven surface, and the present invention has been completed.

The present invention is based on the findings by the present inventors, and means for solving the problems are as follows. That is,
<1> It is an optical body provided with a fine concavo-convex layer,
In the 35.3 μm × 26.5 μm rectangular area of the fine uneven surface,
Arithmetic mean roughness Ra is 0.2 μm or less, and
The average length RSm of the roughness curvilinear element is 10 μm or less, or the ratio of the surface area to the area of the rectangle is 1.04 or more and 1.5 or less.
It is an optical body characterized by

<2> A first transparent inorganic layer and a second transparent inorganic layer are further provided,
The optical body according to <1>, wherein the first transparent inorganic layer is disposed on the fine asperity surface of the fine asperity layer, and the second transparent inorganic layer is disposed on the first transparent inorganic layer is there.

<3> The first transparent inorganic layer contains at least one of ZnO and CeO 2 ,
The optical body according to <2>, wherein the second transparent inorganic layer contains at least one of SiO 2 , SiN, SiON, and MgF 2 .

<4> The total haze is 15% or more and 60% or less, the internal haze is 4% or less, the glossiness at a measurement angle of 20 ° is 40 or less, and the transmitted image definition at an optical comb width of 2 mm is 50 It is an optical body according to any one of the above <1> to <3>, which is% or more.

<5> The optical body according to any one of <2> to <4>, further including a third transparent inorganic layer on the second transparent inorganic layer.

<6> A window material comprising: a glass substrate; and the optical body according to any one of <1> to <5>.

According to the present invention, the above-mentioned various problems in the prior art can be solved, and the above object can be achieved, and an optical body excellent in antiglare property and viewability, and a window material excellent in antiglare property and viewability be able to.

It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the optical body which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic diagram which shows the method of an example for forming the fine grooving | roughness layer of the optical body which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the optical body which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the optical body which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the optical body which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the window material which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the window material which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the structural example of the window material which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention.

(Optical body)
As shown in FIG. 1, an optical body (hereinafter sometimes referred to as “optical body according to the present embodiment”) 60 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes at least a fine uneven layer 63. Moreover, the optical body which concerns on this embodiment can be further equipped with a 1st transparent inorganic layer, a 2nd transparent inorganic layer, a 3rd transparent inorganic layer, an antifouling coating layer, another layer, etc. as needed.

<Fine unevenness layer>
The fine uneven layer is a layer having a fine uneven structure on at least one surface. The uneven structure may be formed in a regular pattern or may be formed randomly.

The fine uneven surface in the fine uneven layer has an arithmetic average roughness Ra of 0.2 μm or less in a rectangular region of 35.3 μm × 26.5 μm. In addition, in the micro-relief surface of the micro-relief layer, the average length RSm of the roughness curvilinear element is 10 μm or less or the area of the rectangle (ie, 35.3 μm × 26.5 μm = 935) in the rectangular region. ratio of surface area to .45μm 2) (μm 2) (hereinafter sometimes referred to as "specific surface area".) is 1.04 to 1.5. The present inventors surprisingly set the average length RSm and / or the specific surface area of the roughness curvilinear element within the above-mentioned range, while making the arithmetic average roughness Ra of the micro uneven surface 0.2 μm or less. As a result, unevenness having a shape smaller than the wavelength of the visible light region can be formed, and a part of the light can be transmitted without changing the traveling direction, and the transmitted image definition can be enhanced. It has been found that an optical body compatible with is obtained.

In addition, from the viewpoint of enhancing the antiglare property and the viewability, the fine asperity surface in the fine asperity layer has an average length RSm of the roughness curvilinear element of 10 μm or less and a specific surface area of 1.04 to 1.5. It is preferable that it is the following.

Arithmetic mean roughness Ra of the fine asperity surface in the fine asperity layer is preferably 0.18 μm or less, more preferably 0.14 μm or less from the viewpoint of achieving both higher antiglare property and viewability. preferable. On the other hand, the arithmetic average roughness Ra of the fine asperity surface in the fine asperity layer is preferably 0.08 μm or more, and more preferably 0.09 μm or more, from the viewpoint of further enhancing the antiglare property.

The average length RSm of the surface roughness curvilinear element of the surface with fine asperities in the surface asperity layer is preferably 6 μm or less from the viewpoint of further enhancing the clearness of the transmitted image. In addition, the average length RSm of the surface roughness curvilinear element of the surface asperity in the surface asperity layer is 2 μm or more from the viewpoint of achieving both higher antiglare property and viewability, and from the viewpoint of enhancing the physical strength of the surface asperity. Is preferred.

In addition, the specific surface area of the fine asperity surface in the fine asperity layer is preferably 1.1 or more from the viewpoint of further enhancing the antiglare property. Moreover, it is preferable that the specific surface area of the fine uneven | corrugated surface in a fine uneven | corrugated layer is 1.4 or less from a viewpoint of improving a viewability further.

The above Ra, RSm and specific surface area can be measured by the method used in the examples.

Here, the fine uneven layer can be formed by, for example, a shape transfer method, a phase separation method, a filler dispersion method, or the like. Hereinafter, as an example, a method of forming a fine uneven layer by a shape transfer method will be described with reference to FIG.

FIG. 2: is a schematic diagram which shows the shape transfer method which is an example of the method for forming the fine concavo-convex layer of the optical body which concerns on this embodiment. The shape transfer device 1 shown in FIG. 2 includes a master 2, a base material supply roll 51, a winding roll 52, guide rolls 53 and 54, a nip roll 55, a peeling roll 56, a coating device 57, and a light source. And 58.

The base material supply roll 51 is a roll in which a sheet-like base material 61 is wound in a roll shape, and the winding roll 52 winds up the base material 61 on which the resin layer 62 to which the fine concavo-convex structure 23 is transferred is laminated. It is a role. The guide rolls 53 and 54 are rolls for transporting the base 61. The nip roll 55 is a roll for closely adhering the base material 61 on which the resin layer 62 is laminated to the cylindrical master 2, and the peeling roll 56 is a resin layer after the fine concavo-convex structure 23 is transferred to the resin layer 62. 62 is a roll for peeling the base material 61 on which the 62 is laminated from the master 2. Here, the substrate 61 may be, for example, a plastic substrate such as a PET resin or a polycarbonate resin, and may be a plastic transparent film.

The coating device 57 includes a coating unit such as a coater, and applies a composition (a UV curable resin composition) containing a UV curable resin to the substrate 61 to form a resin layer 62. The coating device 57 may be, for example, a gravure coater, a wire bar coater, or a die coater. The light source 58 is a light source that emits ultraviolet light, and may be, for example, an ultraviolet lamp.

An ultraviolet curable resin is a resin which is reduced in fluidity by being irradiated with ultraviolet light and is cured. Specific examples thereof include acrylic resins. Moreover, the ultraviolet curable resin composition may contain an initiator, a filler, a functional additive, a solvent, an inorganic material, a pigment, an antistatic agent, a sensitizing dye, etc. as needed.

In the shape transfer device 1, first, the sheet-like base material 61 is continuously delivered from the base material supply roll 51 via the guide roll 53. The ultraviolet curable resin composition is applied to the base material 61 that has been sent out by the coating device 57, and the resin layer 62 is laminated on the base material 61. Further, the base 61 on which the resin layer 62 is laminated is in close contact with the master 2 by the nip roll 55. Thereby, the fine concavo-convex structure 23 formed on the outer peripheral surface of the master 2 is transferred to the resin layer 62. After the fine concavo-convex structure 23 is transferred, the resin layer 62 is cured by the irradiation of light from the light source 58. Subsequently, the base material 61 on which the cured resin layer 62 is laminated is peeled off from the master 2 by the peeling roll 56 and taken up by the winding roll 52 via the guide roll 54.
With such a shape transfer device 1, it is possible to continuously form a fine uneven layer having a fine uneven surface. Here, Ra, RSm, and the specific surface area of the fine uneven surface can be adjusted, for example, by appropriately changing the fine uneven structure 23 of the master 2.

In the shape transfer method described above, the base material and the ultraviolet curable resin are prepared, and the fine asperity layer is formed on the base material using the resin (that is, as shown in FIG. 1, the fine asperity layer) Although the layer 63 is composed of the base material 61 and the resin layer 62 having a fine concavo-convex structure), the fine concavo-convex layer of the optical body of the present invention is not limited thereto. For example, UV curable resin or thermosetting resin The fine uneven structure may be directly formed on a base material made of a resin such as (that is, as shown in FIG. 3, the fine uneven layer 63 may be formed of only the base material 61).

<First transparent inorganic layer>
Further, as shown in FIG. 4, the optical body 60 according to the present embodiment preferably includes the first transparent inorganic layer 64 on the surface of the fine asperity layer 63. The first transparent inorganic layer 64 has transparency and can have a function of absorbing light of a predetermined wavelength, for example. The first transparent inorganic layer 64 can be formed by, for example, a sputtering method or a CVD method.
In the present specification, “transparent” or “having transparency” means that the transmitted image definition is high and the image can be clearly viewed through the optical body.

The main component of the first transparent inorganic layer is preferably an inorganic compound having a band gap of 2.8 eV or more and 4.8 eV or less. Here, the band gap represents the wavelength of the absorption edge, and in a broad sense, it indicates that the light below the wavelength corresponding to the band gap is absorbed, and the light above the wavelength corresponding to the band gap is transmitted. And the band gap of 2.8 eV or more and 4.8 eV or less mentioned above is obtained using a Planck constant (6.626 * 10 < - > 34J * s) and a light speed (2.998 * 10 < 8 > m / s) From the relationship between the wavelength λ and the band gap energy E: “λ (nm) = 1240 / E (eV)”, the absorption edge is approximately within the range of 260 nm or more and 440 nm or less, which is the boundary between the ultraviolet region and the visible region. It indicates that there is a wavelength. Accordingly, by using the above-described inorganic compound for the first transparent inorganic layer, it is possible to achieve both transparency and ultraviolet absorption characteristics. From the same viewpoint, the main component of the first transparent inorganic layer is more preferably an inorganic compound having a band gap of 3.0 eV or more and 3.7 eV or less (approximately 340 nm or more and 420 nm or less in wavelength conversion). In addition, taking into account the reduction in productivity and the risk of cracking, the main component of the first transparent inorganic layer is 3.0 eV or more and 3.4 eV or less (approximately 360 nm or more in wavelength conversion) It is more preferable that it is an inorganic compound having a band gap of 420 nm or less.
In addition, in this specification, a "main component" shall refer to the component with most content.

Specific examples of the inorganic compound having a band gap of 2.8 eV or more and 4.8 eV or less include ZnO, CeO 2 , TiO 2 , SnO 2 , In 2 O 3 , Nb 2 O 5 , and Ta 2 O 5 . SiC, ZnS and the like can be mentioned. Further, specific examples of the inorganic compound having a band gap of 3.0 eV or more and 3.7 eV or less include ZnO, CeO 2 , TiO 2 , Nb 2 O 5 , SiC, and ZnS. Further, specific examples of the inorganic compound having a band gap of 3.0 eV or more and 3.4 eV or less include ZnO, CeO 2 and the like. In consideration of the above, the first transparent inorganic layer preferably contains at least one of ZnO and CeO 2 .
In the present specification, “ZnO” includes ZnO doped with aluminum (Al) and ZnO doped with other elements.
Furthermore, in the present specification, “CeO 2 ” is doped with gadolinium (Gd) -doped CeO 2 (sometimes collectively referred to as “CeGdO 2” ) (eg, Ce 0.9 Gd 0.1 O 2 ), samarium (Sm) It has been CeO 2, and is intended to include CeO 2 doped with other elements.
These inorganic compounds may be used alone in the first transparent inorganic layer, or may be used in combination of two or more in the first transparent inorganic layer.

The thickness of the first transparent inorganic layer is preferably 70 nm or more, and preferably 400 nm or less. When the thickness of the first transparent inorganic layer is 70 nm or more, sufficiently high ultraviolet light absorption characteristics can be obtained, and when it is 400 nm or less, the risk of productivity decrease and crack generation can be suppressed. it can. From the same viewpoint, the thickness of the first transparent inorganic layer is more preferably 100 nm or more, and more preferably 300 nm or less.

<Second transparent inorganic layer>
Further, as shown in FIG. 4, in addition to the first transparent inorganic layer 64, the optical body 60 according to the present embodiment preferably includes a second transparent inorganic layer 65 on the first transparent inorganic layer 64. . By providing the second transparent inorganic layer, it is possible to prevent the adhesion of dirt to the first transparent inorganic layer due to rain or the like. The second transparent inorganic layer has transparency, may be water-repellent or hydrophilic, and can be formed by, for example, a sputtering method or a CVD method.

The main component of the second transparent inorganic layer preferably has a band gap larger than the band gap of the main component of the first transparent inorganic layer, and more specifically, the band gap of the main component of the first transparent inorganic layer Is preferably an inorganic compound having a large band gap of 4.0 eV or more. When the band gap of the main component of the second transparent inorganic layer is larger than the band gap of the main component of the first transparent inorganic layer, preferably 4.0 eV or more, the stain resistance of the first transparent inorganic layer is improved. In addition, the antiglare property of the obtained optical body can be improved.
Specifically, as a main component of the preferable second transparent inorganic layer, inorganic compounds such as SiO 2 , SiN, SiON, MgF 2 and the like can be mentioned. In other words, the second transparent inorganic layer preferably contains at least one of SiO 2 , SiN, SiON and MgF 2 . The second transparent inorganic layer more preferably contains at least SiO 2 .
These inorganic compounds may be used alone in the second transparent inorganic layer, or in combinations of two or more thereof in the second transparent inorganic layer.

The thickness of the second transparent inorganic layer is preferably 20 nm or more, and preferably 200 nm or less. When the thickness of the second transparent inorganic layer is 20 nm or more and 200 nm or less, the reflectance can be sufficiently reduced, and the antiglare property can be more effectively improved. From the same viewpoint, the thickness of the second transparent inorganic layer is more preferably 40 nm or more, and more preferably 100 nm or less.

<Third transparent inorganic layer>
Furthermore, as shown in FIG. 5, in addition to the first transparent inorganic layer 64 and the second transparent inorganic layer 65, the optical body according to the present embodiment has a third transparent inorganic layer 66 on the second transparent inorganic layer 65. It is preferable to further comprise By providing the third transparent inorganic layer, the deterioration of the first transparent inorganic layer and the second transparent inorganic layer due to chemicals can be suppressed. The third transparent inorganic layer has transparency, may be water-repellent or hydrophilic, and can be formed by, for example, a sputtering method or a CVD method.

The third transparent inorganic layer can contain at least one of SiO 2 , SiN, SiON and MgF 2 as a main component. The third transparent inorganic layer preferably further contains ZrO 2 , Nb 2 O 5 or SnO 2 as an additional component. And it is preferable that the ratio of the said additional component in a 3rd transparent inorganic layer is 6 to 50 mass%. When the proportion of the additional component is 6% by mass or more, the effect of improving the chemical resistance can be sufficiently obtained, and by being 50% by mass or less, the refractive index with the second transparent inorganic layer It is possible to keep the difference moderate and avoid the difficulty of optical design. From the same viewpoint, the ratio of the additional component in the third transparent inorganic layer is more preferably 13% by mass or more, still more preferably 20% by mass or more, and 30% by mass or less Is more preferred. The additional components may be used alone or in combination of two or more.

The third transparent inorganic layer preferably has a thickness of 20 nm or more. When the thickness of the third transparent inorganic layer is 20 nm or more, a sufficiently high chemical resistance can be obtained. The third transparent inorganic layer preferably has a thickness of 200 nm or less. When the thickness of the third transparent inorganic layer is 200 nm or less, it is possible to suppress the risk of productivity decrease and crack generation. From the same viewpoint, the thickness of the third transparent inorganic layer is more preferably 100 nm or less.

<Antifouling coating layer>
It is preferable that the optical body which concerns on this embodiment equips the outermost surface by the side of the fine concavo-convex surface of a fine concavo-convex layer with an antifouling coat layer. Specifically, the optical body according to the present embodiment preferably includes an antifouling coating layer on the fine concavo-convex layer, on the second transparent inorganic layer, or on the third transparent inorganic layer. By providing the anti-soiling coating layer, it is possible to reduce the adhesion of dirt to the optical body, and also to easily remove the deposited dirt, so that the optical body exerts the expected performance for a longer period of time. Can.
Incidentally, antifouling coat layer, the high adhesiveness viewpoint, it is preferably provided on the second transparent inorganic layer or the third transparent inorganic layer mainly comprising SiO 2.

The main component of the antifouling coating layer may be water-repellent or hydrophilic, and may be oil- or lipophilic. However, from the viewpoint of more effectively enhancing the antifouling property, the main component of the antifouling coating layer is preferably water repellent and oil repellent. Specifically, regarding the water repellency, the antifouling coating layer preferably has a pure water contact angle of 110 ° or more, and more preferably 115 ° or more. As to those having these properties, the main component of the antifouling coating layer is preferably a perfluoropolyether.

The antifouling coating layer preferably has a thickness of 5 nm or more, and preferably 20 nm or less, for example, 10 nm. When the thickness of the antifouling coating layer is 5 nm or more, the antifouling property of the optical body can be sufficiently enhanced, and when it is 20 nm or less, the burying of the uneven structure of the fine uneven layer can be avoided. it can.

<Other layers>
The optical body according to the present embodiment is not particularly limited, and may have other layers in addition to the layers described above.
For example, the optical body according to the present embodiment may be provided with an adhesion layer between the fine concavo-convex layer and the first transparent inorganic layer in order to firmly adhere the layer. As this adhesion layer, for example, a SiO x layer can be mentioned, and the thickness can be, for example, 2 nm or more and 10 nm or less. The adhesion layer can be formed, for example, by sputtering or CVD.

Moreover, it is preferable that the optical body which concerns on this embodiment equips the surface on the opposite side to the fine concavo-convex surface of the fine concavo-convex layer with the adhesion layer which absorbs visible light. A window material 80 in which a glass substrate 81 is laminated on the surface provided with the adhesive layer 84 of the optical body as shown in FIG. 6 by providing the adhesive layer absorbing visible light on the surface opposite to the fine uneven surface. Visible light which passes through (the optional first transparent inorganic layer 64 and the fine concavo-convex layer 63 and is incident on the adhesive layer 84, and (the optional first transparent inorganic layer 64), the fine concavo-convex layer 63 and the adhesive layer After passing through 84, visible light and the like reflected by the glass substrate 81 and incident on the adhesive layer 84 are efficiently absorbed to reduce the visible light transmittance, and the antiglare property is further improved while maintaining high viewability. can do. In addition, there is an advantage that by using adhesive layers having different visible light absorptivity, product lineups having different glossiness can be easily aligned.
In addition, the adhesion layer which absorbs visible light can be prepared, for example, using a material having adhesiveness, in which a coloring agent such as a dye or a pigment which absorbs visible light is dispersed at an arbitrary ratio. .
On the other hand, for example, in the case where the ratio of dyes and pigments that absorb visible light is large and there is a problem such as a decrease in adhesion or deterioration in durability, etc., colorants such as dyes or pigments are contained. A substrate that absorbs visible light or an inorganic film that absorbs visible light, such as DLC, may be stacked on the fine uneven layer.

<Characteristics of optical body>
The optical body according to the present embodiment preferably has a glossiness of 40 or less at a measurement angle of 20 °. When the glossiness at a measurement angle of 20 ° is 40 or less, the antiglare property of the optical body can be made sufficiently high. From the same viewpoint, the glossiness at a measurement angle of 20 ° of the optical body is more preferably 30 or less, and still more preferably 20 or less.
In addition, the glossiness in 20 degrees of measurement angles of an optical body can be measured by the method used in the Example.

The optical body according to the present embodiment preferably has a transmitted image definition of 50% or more at an optical comb width of 2 mm. When the transmitted image definition in an optical comb width of 2 mm is 50% or more, the viewability of the optical body can be made sufficiently high. From the same point of view, the transmitted image definition at an optical comb width of 2 mm of the optical body is more preferably 70% or more, and still more preferably 80% or more.
In addition, the transmitted image clearness in 2 mm of optical comb widths of an optical body can be measured by the method used in the Example.

The optical body according to the present embodiment preferably has a total haze of 15% or more and 60% or less. When the total haze is 15% or more, the antiglare property can be effectively enhanced, and when the total haze is 60% or less, the viewability can be effectively enhanced. From the same viewpoint, the total haze of the optical body is more preferably 50% or less.
The optical body according to the present embodiment preferably has an internal haze of 4% or less. By the internal haze being 4% or less, the view can be further enhanced. From the same viewpoint, the internal haze of the optical body is more preferably 2% or less.
In addition, the total haze and internal haze of an optical body can be measured by the method used in the Example.

In addition, the optical body according to the present embodiment preferably has a transmittance of 10% or less, more preferably 6% or less, and still more preferably 3% or less. When the transmittance of light with a wavelength of 320 nm of the optical body is 10% or less, deterioration such as yellowing of the base material due to ultraviolet light can be effectively suppressed, and adhesion durability between the base material and the resin layer Can be improved.
The transmittance of light of wavelength 320 nm of the optical body can be measured, for example, using “V-560” manufactured by JASCO Corporation.

(Window material)
A window material according to an embodiment of the present invention (hereinafter sometimes referred to as “window material according to the present embodiment”) includes a glass substrate and the above-described optical body. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 7, the window member 80 according to the present embodiment has the optical body 60 and the glass substrate 81 described above, and the surface on the opposite side to the fine asperity surface of the optical body 60 is a glass substrate It can be made to laminate so that 81 may be faced. As described above, the window material according to the present embodiment includes at least the above-described optical body, and is excellent in both the antiglare property and the viewability, so window glass for buildings such as high-rise buildings and houses, window glass for vehicles, etc. Can be suitably used.
In addition, the window material which concerns on this embodiment may be equipped with the optical body mentioned above only on the single side | surface of a glass substrate, and may be equipped on both surfaces.

Further, according to the same concept as the optical body described above, the gloss at a measurement angle of 20 °, the transmitted image sharpness at an optical comb width of 2 mm, the total haze, the internal haze, and the light of wavelength 320 nm in the window material according to this embodiment. The preferred range of transmittance and the reason why the range is preferred are respectively the same as those described above for the optical body.

The window material according to the present embodiment may be a multilayer glass. In general, double glazing is inferior in anti-glare property to single-layer glass, but the window material according to the present embodiment is highly anti-glare even if it is double glazing because it is provided with the optical body described above. Can bring

Here, in general, as shown in FIG. 8, a plurality of glass substrates (82, 83) are laminated with the spacer 85 at the periphery, and a space is formed between the glass substrates, as shown in FIG. Refers to a glass having a structure.
And as shown in (a) of Drawing 8, window material 80 concerning this embodiment which is a double glazing is an outdoor side of glass substrate 82 which becomes an outdoor side when installed in a building etc. as window glass. The optical body 60 may be provided only on the surface, and as shown in (b) to (d) of FIG. 8, the optical body 60 is provided on the surface on the outdoor side of the glass substrate 82 serving as the outdoor side. In addition, the optical body 60 may be provided on one side and / or both sides of the glass substrate 83 on the indoor side, and as shown in (e) to (h) of FIG. The optical body is provided on both sides of the substrate 82, and optionally, the optical body 60 may be provided on one side and / or both sides of the glass substrate 83 which is the indoor side.

Moreover, when the window material which concerns on this embodiment is a multilayer glass, and an optical body is provided in the surface of the outdoor side of the glass substrate which becomes an outdoor side when it installs in a building etc. as window glass. It is particularly preferable to provide an adhesive layer that absorbs visible light on the surface (more specifically, between the optical body and the glass substrate) of the optical body on the opposite side to the microrelief surface. By providing an adhesive layer that absorbs such visible light, the visible light that passes through the optical body and enters the adhesive layer, passes through the optical body and the adhesive layer, and then on the indoor side surface of the glass substrate on the outdoor side After transmitting through visible light that is reflected and enters the adhesive layer, and through the optical body, the adhesive layer, and the glass substrate on the outdoor side, it is reflected by the glass substrate on the indoor side and transmitted through the glass substrate on the outdoor side to the adhesive layer. It is possible to efficiently absorb incident visible light and the like to reduce the visible light transmittance, and to solve the antiglare problem that double-layered glass can frequently encounter, while maintaining high view.

Next, the present invention will be more specifically described by way of examples and comparative examples, but the present invention is not limited to the following examples.

(Examples 1 to 5, Comparative Examples 1 to 2)
A resin layer having a fine concavo-convex structure is formed on a PET base material (Toyobo Co., Ltd., “A4300”, 75 μm thick) by a shape transfer method using a composition containing an acrylic UV curable resin And got an optical body. In forming the fine uneven layer at this time, each parameter (Ra: Arithmetic average roughness (μm), RSm: average length of roughness curvilinear element, specific surface area) concerning the surface of the optical body is shown in Table 1 The conditions of the shape transfer method were appropriately adjusted such as changing the surface shape of the master so as to obtain the values shown. Then, after laminating an adhesive layer (substrate-less double-sided adhesive tape, “MHM-FW25” manufactured by Niei Kako Co., Ltd., 25 μm thickness) on the surface of this PET substrate opposite to the surface on which the resin layer is formed And 3 mm thick blue plate glass (float plate glass specified in JIS R3202).

With respect to the thus obtained optical body (window material) to which blue plate glass is bonded, measurement of arithmetic average roughness Ra, average length RSm of roughness curvilinear element and specific surface area by the following method, haze And the evaluation of antiglare property and viewability.

Arithmetic mean roughness Ra, mean length RSm of roughness curvilinear element, measurement of specific surface area>
Arithmetic mean roughness Ra of fine asperity surface, mean length RSm of roughness curvilinear element, specific surface area (area of the relevant area (area in the unit area) using “NewView 7300” manufactured by Canon Inc. in accordance with ISO 25178, JIS B0601 The ratio of surface area to) was measured. Specific conditions include software: MtroPro 8.3.5, Acquisition Mode: Scan, Scan Type: Bipolar, zoom lens: 2 ×, objective lens: 200 ×, mode: High 2G, surface correction: Cylinder, Camera Mode: It was set to 640 × 480 210 Hz. In addition, the said measurement was performed in the 35.3 micrometers x 26.5 micrometers rectangular area | region arbitrarily selected from the fine uneven | corrugated surface. The results are shown in Table 1.

<Measurement of Haze>
The total haze and the internal haze were measured according to JIS K7136 using "NDH 7000 SP" manufactured by Nippon Denshoku Kogyo Co., Ltd. The results are shown in Table 1.

<Evaluation of antiglare property>
The optical body (window material) to which blue plate glass is bonded is placed on a flat surface so that the blue plate glass is at the bottom, using a portable gloss meter ("Micro Gloss" manufactured by BYK Gardner), in accordance with JIS Z8741 Then, the glossiness G at a measurement angle of 20 ° was measured. A non-reflecting plate (made by KIMOTO CO., LTD., Carbon feather 188X1B) was placed on the plane on which the optical body was placed to minimize the influence of the base. From the value of the glossiness G, the antiglare property was evaluated according to the following criteria. The results are shown in Table 1.
Gloss degree G is 30 or less ・ ・ ・
Gloss degree G is more than 30 and 40 or less · · · Gloss degree G is more than 40 · · · ×

<Evaluation of view>
Transmission of an optical body (window material) to which blue plate glass is bonded according to JIS K 7374 using a touch panel image clarity measuring apparatus (“ICM-1T” manufactured by Suga Test Instruments Co., Ltd.) at an optical comb width of 2 mm The image definition T (%) was measured. From the value of the transmitted image definition T, the view was evaluated according to the following criteria. The results are shown in Table 1.
Transmission image definition T is 70% or more ◎
Transmission image definition T is 50% or more and less than 70% ····· Transmission image definition T is less than 50% ··· ×

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From Table 1, in Examples 1 to 5, Ra is 0.2 μm or less, and at least one of RSm and the specific surface area is within the predetermined range, so it is possible to achieve both the antiglare property and the viewability. I know that I can do it.

According to the present invention, it is possible to provide an optical body excellent in antiglare property and viewability, and a window material excellent in antiglare property and viewability.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 shape transfer device 2 master 23 fine concavo-convex structure 51 base material supply roll 52 winding roll 53, 54 guide roll 55 nip roll 56 peel roll 57 coating device 58 light source 60 optical body 61 base 62 resin layer 63 fine concavo-convex layer 64 Transparent inorganic layer 65 second transparent inorganic layer 66 third transparent inorganic layer 80 window material 81, 82, 83 glass substrate 84 adhesive layer 85 spacer

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  1. An optical body comprising a fine uneven layer,
    In the 35.3 μm × 26.5 μm rectangular area of the fine uneven surface,
    Arithmetic mean roughness Ra is 0.2 μm or less, and
    The average length RSm of the roughness curvilinear element is 10 μm or less, or the ratio of the surface area to the area of the rectangle is 1.04 or more and 1.5 or less.
    An optical body characterized by
  2. Further comprising a first transparent inorganic layer and a second transparent inorganic layer,
    The optical body according to claim 1, wherein the first transparent inorganic layer is disposed on the surface of the fine asperity layer of the fine asperity layer, and the second transparent inorganic layer is disposed on the first transparent inorganic layer.
  3. The first transparent inorganic layer contains at least one of ZnO and CeO 2 ,
    The optical body according to claim 2, wherein the second transparent inorganic layer contains at least one of SiO 2 , SiN, SiON and MgF 2 .
  4. Total haze is 15% or more and 60% or less, internal haze is 4% or less, glossiness at a measurement angle of 20 ° is 40 or less, and transmission image clarity at an optical comb width of 2 mm is 50% or more The optical body according to any one of claims 1 to 3.
  5. The optical body according to any one of claims 2 to 4, further comprising a third transparent inorganic layer on the second transparent inorganic layer.
  6. A window material comprising a glass substrate and the optical body according to any one of claims 1 to 5.
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