|Statement||editor: H.K. Yasuda.|
|Series||Applied polymer symposium -- 42., Journal of applied polymer science -- 42.|
|Contributions||Yasuda, H., American Chemical Society. Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
Plasma Deposition, Treatment, and Etching of Polymers takes a broad look at the basic principles, the chemical processes, and the diagnostic procedures in the interaction of plasmas with polymer surfaces. The paper described some current achievements in the field of plasma polymerization and plasma treatment. It is not an exhaustive review of this field. Plasma polymerization and plasma treatment of polymers thick in a gas discharge device at the rate of nm/sec. The working gas was oxygen or an inert gas at a pressure of ~() mm Hg. In Cited by: 3. SURFACE MODIFICATION OF POLYMERS BY PLASMA TREATMENT Surface treatment of polymcrs by non-polymcr forming plasmas (Ar, He, N2,02, ctc) are cxtcnsively uscd to modify surface properties of polymcrs. The treatment .
The Atmospheric Pressure Plasma (APP) treatment for polymer surface modification has attracted much attention recently, owing to its advantages over other techniques and its ability to improve adhesion without tampering with polymer's bulk properties. Plasma polymerization and surface treatment of polymers Novel approaches to plasma deposition of amorphous silicon-based materials Process and property relationships in hard coatings made by plasma Cited by: Plasma polymerization and surface treatment of polymers Article (PDF Available) in Pure and Applied Chemistry 64(5) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Plasma Processes and Polymers. 29 August Abstract Microflames can efficiently activate a polymer surface. With a capillary feeding the burning gas mixture to the surface, the oxidation can .
Plasma polymerization of fluorocarbons was investigated and compared to hydrocarbons. In fluorocarbon discharges, the plasma phase does not contain much polymer-forming species and the Format: Paperback. Plasma treatment and polymerization are important technologies for this purpose. This book provides a basic and thorough presentation of this subject. This is probably the first book to cover plasma treatment and polymerization . In current materials R&D, high priority is given to surface modification techniques to achieve improved surface properties for specific applications requirements. Plasma treatment and polymerization are important technologies for this purpose. This book provides a basic and thorough presentation of this subject. This is probably the first bookCited by: The change of morphology of the surface is highly dependent on i) type of gas, 2) discharge wattage, and 3) treatment time. PLASMA POLYMERIZATION When an organic vapor such as of argon or helium is introduced into plasma, or plasma of the organic vapor is created (without addition of plasma gas), polymerization of the vapor occurs and the polymer by: 9.