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Plasma Surface Modification of Polymers

Relevance to Adhesion

by K. L. Mittal

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial applications of scientific research & technological innovation,
  • Plasma physics,
  • Plastics & polymers technology,
  • Science,
  • Architecture,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Chemistry - General,
  • Interior Design - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9412820M
    ISBN 109067641642
    ISBN 109789067641647

    The chapter focuses on nonthermal plasma activation of polymers allowing a full immersion in the capabilities of nonthermal plasma regarding polymer surface modification. Besides plasma . In this book a basic and thorough presentation of surface modification by plasma treatment and polymerization is presented. The chemistry, processes and applications of this new technology are.

      This volume contains a total of 25 papers which were properly peer reviewed, revised and edited. So this book is not merely a collection of papers, rather represents the highest standard of publication. The book is divided into three parts: 1. Plasma Surface Modification Techniques; 2. Other / Miscellaneous Surface Modification Techniques; and : Hardcover.   This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held Newark, New Jersey, May , Polymeric materials are intrinsically not very adhesionable and this necessitates their surface treatment to enhance their adhesion characteristics to other materials.

    Different plasma modification times (1, 3, and 5‐min) and their effects on surface physicochemical properties were measured by contact angle measurement, surface energy calculation (Owens–Wendth Method), surface chemistry (XPS), and the surface topography (AFM). Plasma contains activated species able to initiate chemical and physical reactions at the solid surface of polymers, when it contacts with the surface of the polymers. As a result, modification reactions at the surface occur and cause alteration of surface properties and surface morphology. This process of the surface modification by plasma is.


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Plasma Surface Modification of Polymers by K. L. Mittal Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a collection of invited papers (previously published in special issues of the Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology) written by internationally recognized researchers actively working in the field of plasma surface modification. It provides a current, comprehensive overview of the plasma treatment of polymers.

In contrast to plasma polymerization, plasma surface modification 5/5(1). This book opens with a critical review of the plasma surface modification of polymers for improved adhesion. The remainder of the papers are divided into two sections, one dealing with the characterization of plasma-treated surfaces and the second concerned with various practical applications of plasma-treated surfacesPrice: $   This book explores many applications, including the plasma polymerization technique, organic surface functionalization by initiated chemical vapor deposition, photoinduced functionalization on polymer surfaces, functionalization of polymers by hydrolysis, aminolysis, reduction, oxidation, surface modification of nanoparticles, and many more.

To fulfill the requirements for medical applications, the surfaces have to be modified. Plasma techniques are demonstrated as an appropriate tool for the generation of the demanded surface properties.

Experimental data are given for surface modification by plasma polymerization, with retention of the functional groups of the monomers by: Modification of surface physical and chemical properties without affecting bulk properties through RF plasma modification is advantageous for the design, development, and manufacture of biocompatible polymers.

The RF plasma surface modification of polymers’ biomedical applications has been the topic of extensive investigations pertaining to a.

Within the well-established field of biomedical polymeric sensors, surface modification and/or functionalization using plasma is just emerging as a technology to improve selectivity and sensitivity in the biodetection process. In the second section, surface modification treatments were performed on seven polymers using low temperature cascade arc torch (LTCAT) of Ar with or without adding reactive gas of O2 or H2O.

Static and dynamic surface characterization techniques were used to examine changes in wettability and surface stability and surface degradation. Plasma surface modification of polymers has been emerging as one of the most important tools that can precisely control surface morphology and surface functionality, including the control of materials efficiency in biomedical applications, especially for designing artificial implants.

This chapter details how plasma treatments can be used to tailor the wettability of polymers. A plasma is an excited gas, and exposure of a polymer to a plasma discharge generally results in an enhancement in surface energy and associated with this is an increase in wettability.

The effect however can be short lived due to hydrophobic by: 7. treatment with Ar plasma at 10 W, as can be seen in Fig.

The permeability decrease was less than 20%, indicating that the degradation process begin to appear at very shorts exposure. Vol. 5, No. 1, Surface Modification of Polymeric Materials by Plasma Treatment 39 Figure 2.

AFM image of the top surface of the PSf asymmetric ultrafil. Rory Wolf is the Vice President and Technology Director at Enercon Industries Corporation, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, USA, and a recognized industry resource in the field of polymer surface modification.

He has twenty-eight years of experience within international positions in the plastics and packaging industries, and specific experience in polymer-based flexible packaging, polymer surface. Polymers, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Title / Keyword. Author / Affiliation. Also, plasma surface modification offers shorter treatment time as compared with other surface modification methods.

When plasma was applied to the polymer surface, functional groups, graft polymerization, coatings, and molecular crosslinking formation would be introduced with or without the change in the surface roughness of the polymer.

Hence, over the past few decades various techniques for plasma surface modification of polymers have been employed in the development of novel materials which are suitable for biosensor and biodevice applications. In this chapter, biomedical applications of plasma surface modified polymer materials will be discussed.

This book documents the proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held under the auspices of MST Conferences, LLC in Orlando, FL, JunePolymers are used for a variety of purposes in a host of technological applications and even a cursory look at the literature will evince that currently there is tremendous interest and R.

This book documents the proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held under the auspices of MST Conferences, LLC in Orlando, FL, JunePolymers are used for a variety of purposes in a host of technological applications and even a cursory look at the literature will evince that currently there is tremendous interest and.

This book explores many applications, including the plasma polymerization technique, organic surface functionalization by initiated chemical vapor deposition, photoinduced functionalization on polymer surfaces, functionalization of polymers by hydrolysis, aminolysis, reduction, oxidation, surface modification of nanoparticles, and many more.

Book Description. The topic of polymer surface modification is of tremendous contemporary interest because of its critical importance in many and varied technological applications where polymers are used. Currently there is brisk research activity in unraveling the mechanisms of surface modification and finding ways to prolong the life of.

This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held Newark, New Jersey, MayPolymeric materials are intrinsically not very adhesionable and this necessitates their surface treatment to enhance their adhesion characteristics to other materials.

Since the first symposium on this topic, 4/5(1). The intention of this book is to present new plasma processes and new plasma reactions of high selectivity and high yield.

This book aims to bridge classical and plasma chemistry, particularly focusing on polymer chemistry in the bulk and on the surface under plasma exposure. In this book a basic and thorough presentation of surface modification by plasma treatment and polymerization is presented.

bombardment and UV-plasma component in the surface modification of.Plasma Modification of Polymer Surfaces and Plasma Polymerization Sergiy Minko. Pages Surface Modification by Adsorption of Polymers and Surfactants. Cornelia Bellmann. Pages Scientists and engineers in research and development will benefit from an application-oriented book that helps them to find solutions to both.

This book is a collection of invited papers (previously published in special issues of the Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology) written by internationally recognized researchers actively working in the field of plasma surface modification.

It provides a current, comprehensive overview of the plasma treatment of polymers. In contrast to plasmCited by: