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151. Bhala, M., and L. Dube, Standardization of polyethylene treatment level using a mathematical model, Iranian Polymer J., 12, 51-55 (Mar 2003).
1380. Sahil, S., A. Bellel, Z. Ziari, A. Kahlouche, and Y. Segui, Measure and analysis of potential decay in polypropylene films after negative corona charge deposition, J. Electrostatics, 57, 169-181 (Feb 2003).
1274. Briggs, D., D.M. Brewis, R.H. Dahm, and I.W. Fletcher, Analysis of the surface chemistry of oxidized polyethylene: Comparison of XPS and ToF-SIMS, Surface and Interface Analysis, 35, 156-167 (Feb 2003).
1080. Martin-Martinez, J.M., M.D. Romero-Sanchez, C.M. Cepeda-Jiminez, et al, Surface treatments to improve vulcanised latex adhesion: Current state of the art, in Polymers in Building and Construction (Rapra Review Report 154), 157-178, Rapra, Feb 2003.
682. Polischuk, T., Corona treaters: up to the challenge, Package Printing, 50, 36-40 (Jan 2003).
2114. Smith, R.E., Substrate surface energy testing, http://www.accudynetest.com/qctest.html, 2003.
2113. Smith, R.E., Using ACCU DYNE TEST Marker Pens to measure substrate surface energy, http://www.accudynetest.com/pentest.html, 2003.
2096. Zekonyte, J., Mechanisms of argon ion-beam surface modification of polystyrene, Surface Science, 532-535, 1040-1044 (2003).
2093. Wang, M.-J., Y.-I. Chang, and F. Poncin-Epaillard, Effects of the addition of hydrogen in the nitrogen cold plasma: The surface modification of polystyrene, Langmuir, 19, 8325-8330 (2003).
2065. Mesic. B., M. Lestelius, G. Engstrom, and B. Edholm, Printability of PE-coated paper-board using water-based flexographic ink, Presented at Surf-Treat Karlstad 2003, 2003.
1856. Romero-Sanchez, M.D., M.M. Pastor-Blas, J.M. Martin-Martinez, and M.J. Walzak, UV treatment of synthetic styrene-butadiene-styrene rubber, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 25-45 (2003).
1855. Sohn, S., S. Chang, I. Hwang, The effects of NaOH and corona treatments on triacetyl cellulose and liquid crystal films used in LCD devices, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 453-469 (2003).
1854. Inagaki, N., K. Narushim, S. Ejima, Y. Ikeda, S.K. Lim, Y.W. Park, K. Miyazaki, Hydrophobic recovery of plasma modified film surfaces of ethylene-co-tetrafluoroethylene co-polymer, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 1457-1475 (2003).
1853. Della Volpe, C., D. Maniglio, S. Siboni, and M. Morra, Recent theoretical and experimental advancements in the application of the van Oss-Good acid-base theory to the analysis of polymer surfaces I: General aspects, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 1477-1505 (2003).
1765. Chen, J.S., Z. Sun, P.S. Guo, Z.B. Zhang, D.Z. Zhu, and H.J. Xu, Effect of ion implantation on surface energy of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene, J. Applied Physics, 93, 5103-5108 (2003).
1746. Grace, J.M., and L.J. Gerenser, Plasma treatment of polymers, J. Dispersion Science and Technology, 24, 305-341 (2003).
1735. Abdrashitov, E.F., and A.N. Ponomarev, Plasma modification of elastomers, High Energy Chemistry, 37, 279-285 (2003).
1733. Wang, M.J., Y.I. Chang, and F.P. Epaillard, Effects of the addition of hydrogen in the nitrogen cold plasma: The surface modification of polystyrene, Langmuir, 19, 8325-8330 (2003).
1667. Eckert, W., Improvement of adhesion on polymer film, foil and paperboard by flame treatment, in 2003 TAPPI European PLACE Conference Proceedings, TAPPI Press, 2003.
1513. Barankova, H., and L. Bardos, Cold atmospheric plasma sources for surface treatment, in 46th Annual Technical Conference Proceedings, 427-430, Society of Vacuum Coaters, 2003.
1471. Packham, D.E., Surface energy, surface topography and adhesion, Intl. J. Adhesion and Adhesives, 23, 437-448 (2003).
1432. Tanaka, K., and M. Kogoma, Investigation of a new reactant for fluorinated polymer surface treatments with atmospheric pressure glow plasma to improve the adhesive strength, Intl. J. Adhesion and Adhesives, 23, 515-519 (2003).
1379. Romero-Sanchez, M.D., M.M. Pastor-Blas, and J.M. Martn-Martinez, Treatment of a styrene-butadiene-styrene rubber with corona discharge to improve the adhesion to polyurethane adhesive, Intl. J. Adhesion and Adhesives, 23, 49-57 (2003).
1374. Hwang, Y.J., Y. Qiu, C. Zhang, B. Jarrard, R. Stedeford, J. Tsai, et al, Effects of atmospheric pressure helium/air plasma treatment on adhesion and mechanical properties of aramid fibers, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 847-860 (2003).
1362. Borcia, G., C.A. Anderson, and N.M.D. Brown, Dielectric barrier discharge for surface treatment: Application to selected polymers in film and fibre form, Plasma Sources Science and Technology, 12, 335-344 (2003).
1253. Strobel, M., and C.S. Lyons, The role of low-molecular-weight oxidized materials in the adhesion properties of corona-treated polypropylene film, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 15-23 (2003).
1244. Park, J., C.S. Lyons, M. Strobel, M. Ulsh, M.I. Kissinger, M.J. Prokosch, Characterization of non-uniform wettability on flame-treated polypropylene-film surfaces, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 643-653 (2003).
1235. Mikula, M., Z. Jakubikova, and A. Zahoranova, Surface and adhesion changes of atmospheric barrier discharge-treated polypropylene in air and nitrogen, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 2097-2110 (2003).
1231. Martinez-Garcia, A., A. Sanchez-Reche, S. Gisbert-Soler, et al, Treatment of EVA with corona discharge to improve its adhesion to polychloroprene adhesive, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 47-65 (2003).
1220. Jaehnichen, K., J. Frank, D. Pleul, and F. Simon, A study of paint adhesion to polymeric substrates, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 1635-1654 (2003).
1210. Dorai, R., and M.J. Kushner, A model for plasma modification of polypropylene using atmospheric pressure discharges, J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 36, 666-685 (2003).
1207. Della Volpe, C., S. Siboni, D. Maniglio, M. Morra, C. Cassinelli, et al, Recent theoretical and experimental advancements in the applications of the van Oss-Chaudhury-Good acid-base theory to the analysis of polymer surfaces, II: Some peculiar cases, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 1425-1456 (2003).
1200. Charbonnier, M., and M. Romand, Polymer pretreatments for enhanced adhesion of metals deposited by the electroless process, Intl. J. Adhesion and Adhesives, 23, 277-285 (2003).
1199. Cepeda-Jiminez, C.M., R. Torregrosa-Macia, and J.M. Martin-Martinez, Surface modifications of EVA copolymers induced by low pressure RF plasmas from different gases and their relation to adhesion properties, J. Adhesion Science and Technology, 17, 1145-1159 (2003).
954. Owen, M.J., Surface energy, in Comprehensive Desk Reference of Polymer Characterization and Analysis, Brady, R.F. Jr., ed., 361-374, Oxford University Press, 2003.
942. Markgraf, D.A., Atmospheric plasma - the new functional treatment for extrusion coating and lamination processes, in 2003 European PLACE Conference Proceedings, TAPPI Press, 2003.
1851. Dadbin, S., Surface modification of LDPE film by CO2 pulsed laser irradiation, European Polymer J., 38, 2489-2495 (Dec 2002).
1549. Oller, S., Printing on plastic, American Printer, 0, (Nov 2002).
1524. Chen, Q., PTFE electret negative charge stability after RF plasma treatment, J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 35, 2939-2944 (Nov 2002).
1171. Brynolf, R., Method and apparatus, with redundancies, for treating substrate plastic parts to accept paint without using adhesion promoters, U.S. Patent #6,716,484, Nov 2002.
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