User menu

Multitechnique Study of Hexatriacontane Surfaces Modified By Argon and Oxygen Rf Plasmas - Effect of Treatment Time and Functionalization, and Comparison With Hdpe

Bibliographic reference Clouet, F. ; Shi, MK. ; Prat, R. ; Holl, Y. ; Marie, P. ; et. al. Multitechnique Study of Hexatriacontane Surfaces Modified By Argon and Oxygen Rf Plasmas - Effect of Treatment Time and Functionalization, and Comparison With Hdpe. In: Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology : the international journal of theoretical and basic aspects of adhesion science and its applications in all areas of technology, Vol. 8, no. 4, p. 329-361 (1994)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/48977
  1. Clouet F., Shi M. K., Interactions of polymer model surfaces with cold plasmas: Hexatriacontane as a model molecule of high-density polyethylene and octadecyl octadecanoate as a model of polyester. I. Degradation rate versus time and power, 10.1002/app.1992.070461108
  2. Anand M., Cohen R.E., Baddour R.F., Surface modification of low density polyethylene in a fluorine gas plasma, 10.1016/0032-3861(81)90048-3
  3. Nowak S., Haerri H.-P., Schlapbach L., Vogt J., Surface analysis and adhesion of polypropylene after low-pressure plasma treatment, 10.1002/sia.740160187
  4. Dewez Jean-Luc, Deren Aurora, Rouxhet Paul G., Schneider Yves-J., Legras Roger, Surface study of polycarbonate membranes used as a substratum for animal cell culture, 10.1002/sia.740170715
  5. Dewez, J.L., Humbeek, E., Everaet, E., Doren, A. and Rouxhet, P. G. 1992.Polymer-Solid Interfaces, Edited by: Pireaux, J. J., Bertrand, P. and Bredas, J. L. 463–474. Bristol: IOP Publishing Ltd.
  6. Yasuda H., Charlson E. J., Charlson E. M., Yasuda T., Miyama M., Okuno T., Dynamics of surface property change in response to changes in environmental conditions, 10.1021/la00058a070
  7. Foerch R., Johnson D., XPS and SSIMS analysis of polymers: The effect of remote nitrogen plasma treatment on polyethylene, poly(ethylene vinyl alcohol) and poly(ethylene terephthalate), 10.1002/sia.740171205
  8. Occhiello E., Garbassi F., Morra M., SSIMS (FABMS) studies on plasma treated polymers, 10.1016/0039-6028(89)90773-5
  9. Occhiello E., Morra M., Garbassi F., Johnson D., Humphrey P., SSIMS studies of hydrophobic recovery: Oxygen plasma treated PS, 10.1016/0169-4332(91)90037-k
  10. Lub J., van Vroonhoven F.C.B.M., Bruninx E., Benninghoven A., Interaction of nitrogen and ammonia plasmas with polystyrene and polycarbonate studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, neutron activation analysis and static secondary ion mass spectrometry, 10.1016/0032-3861(89)90380-7
  11. De Puydt, Y., Leonard, D. and Bertrand, P. 1992.Metallized Plastics 3: Fundamental and Applied Aspects, Edited by: Mittal, K. L. 225–241. New York: Plenum Press.
  12. van Ooij, W. J. and Michael, R. S. 1990.Metallization of Polymers, Am. Chem. Soc. Symposium Series No. 440 Edited by: Sacher, E., Pireaux, J. J. and Kowal- czyk, S. P. 60–87.
  13. Briggs D., Analysis of polymer surfaces by SIMS. Part 14. Aliphatic hydrocarbons revisited, 10.1002/sia.740151205
  14. Van Ooij W. J., Brinkhuis R. H. G., Interpretation of the fragmentation patterns in static SIMS analysis of polymers. Part I. Simple aliphatic hydrocarbons, 10.1002/sia.740110805
  15. Gardella Joseph A., Hercules David M., Comparison of static secondary ion mass spectrometry, ion scattering spectroscopy, and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy for surface analysis of acrylic polymers, 10.1021/ac00235a037
  16. De Puydt Y, Leonard D, Bertrand P, Novis Y, Chtaïb M, Lutgen P, Multitechnique approach of the surface analysis of fluorinated polyethylene terephthalate, 10.1016/0042-207x(91)90114-x
  17. Bertr P., Nucl. Instrum. Meth., Phys. Res. B
  18. Marie P., Macromolecules
  19. Rotenberg Y, Boruvka L, Neumann A.W, Determination of surface tension and contact angle from the shapes of axisymmetric fluid interfaces, 10.1016/0021-9797(83)90396-x
  20. Cheng P., Li D., Boruvka L., Rotenberg Y., Neumann A.W., Automation of axisymmetric drop shape analysis for measurements of interfacial tensions and contact angles, 10.1016/0166-6622(90)80286-d
  21. Wu S., J. Polym. Sci., 34, 19 (1971)
  22. Shi Ming-Kun, Holl Yves, Guilbert Yves, Clouet Francoise, 10.1002/marc.1991.030120506
  23. Clark D. T., Dilks A., Esca applied to polymers. XXIII. RF glow discharge modification of polymers in pure oxygen and helium–oxygen mixtures, 10.1002/pol.1979.170170404
  24. Suzuki M., Kishida A., Iwata H., Ikada Y., Graft copolymerization of acrylamide onto a polyethylene surface pretreated with glow discharge, 10.1021/ma00161a005
  25. Rouzhebi F., Rev. Int. Hautes Temp. Refract. Fr., 23, 211 (1986)
  26. Niehus Horst, Spitzl Ralf, Ion-solid interaction at low energies: Principles and application of quantitative ISS, 10.1002/sia.740170602
  27. Briggs, D., Brown, A. and Vickerman, J. C. 1989.Handbook of Static Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS), 86–87. Chichester: John Wiley.
  28. Clark D. T., Wilson R., Selective surface modification of polymers by means of hydrogen and oxygen plasmas, 10.1002/pol.1983.170210319
  29. Moss S. J., Jolly A. M., Tighe B. J., Plasma oxidation of polymers, 10.1007/bf00565552
  30. Chilkoti Ashutosh., Ratner Buddy D., Briggs David., Static secondary-ion mass spectrometric investigation of the surface structure of organic plasma-deposited films prepared from stable-isotope-labeled precursors. 1. Carbonyl precursors, 10.1021/ac00015a022