Thank you for your response.
Ok, so let's take for example phosphate, which (I think) is a negatively charged radical. If I mix in phosphate as my additive in my resin, what will happen?
I realize that this is a simple question with probably a really complex answer, but I am trying to learn more about this topic (specifically, the chemical reactions that occur).
My thought is that if I mix in the phosphate with the monomers, that the phosphate will react with some of the monomers and bond to the monomer (creat a bond with the monomer and phosphorus, release some oxygen byproduct). Then, when I apply UV light and polymerization occurs, then my polymer chains will have phosphorus atoms bonded in it.
Does this make sense or am I way off base