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692. Mount, E.M. III, and A.J. Benedict, “Metallisable heat-sealable, oriented polypropylene film has layer of copolyester to improve bonding to metal,” European Patent #444340, 1991.

914. Martinez-Martinez, M., and M.D. Romero-Sanchez, “Strategies to improve the adhesion of rubbers to adhesives by means of plasma surface modification,” European Physical J. - Applied Physics, 34, 125-138, (2006).

1578. Palmers, J., “Economic alternative to primers,” European Plastic Product Manufacturer, 51, (Apr 2002).

33. Bonn, R., and J.J. van Aartsen, “Solubility of polymers in relation to surface tension and index of refraction,” European Polymer J., 8, 1055-1066, (1972).

64. Collins, A.G.S., A.C. Lowe, and D. Nicholas, “An analysis of PTFE surfaces modified by exposure to glow discharges,” European Polymer J., 9, 1173-1185, (1973).

298. Poncin-Epaillard, F., B. Chevet, and J.-C. Brosse, “Functionalization of polypropylene by a microwave (433 MHz) cold plasma of carbon dioxide.Surface modification or surface degradation?,” European Polymer J., 26, 333-339, (1990).

1733. Jorda-Vilaplana, A., V. Fombuena, D. Garcia-Garcia, M.D. Samper, and L. Sanchez-Nacher, “Surface modification of polylactic acid (PLA) by air atmospheric plasma treatment,” European Polymer J., 58, 23-33, (Jun 2014).

1851. Dadbin, S., “Surface modification of LDPE film by CO2 pulsed laser irradiation,” European Polymer J., 38, 2489-2495, (Dec 2002).

2062. Sanchis, M.R., V. Blanes, M. Blanes, D. Garcia, and R. Balart, “Surface modification of low density polyethylene (LDPE) film by low pressure O2 plasma treatment,” European Polymer J., 42, 1558-1568, (Jul 2006).

2073. Kaminska, A., H. Kaczmarek, and J. Kowalonek, “The influence of side groups and polarity of polymers on the kind and effectiveness of their surface modification by air plasma action,” European Polymer J., 38, 1915-1919, (Sep 2002).

2425. Mrad, O., J. Saunier, C. Aymes-Chodur, V. Mazel, V. Rosilio, et al, “Aging of a medical device surface following cold plasma treatment: Influence of low molecular weight compounds on surface recovery,” European Polymer J., 47, 2403-2413, (2011).

2527. Sarmadi, A.M., T,.H. Ying, and F. Denes, “HMDSO-plasma modification of polypropylene fibers,” European Polymer J., 31, 847-857, (Sep 1995).

2867. Bright, K., and B.A.W. Simmons, “Testing the level of pretreatment of polyethylene film using critical surface tension measurements,” European Polymer J., 3, 219-222, (May 1967).

2690. no author cited, “Technical background/Substrate wetting additives,” Evonik Industries, 2007.

1546. no author cited, “Wetting tension,” ExxonMobil Chemical Films Europe, Sep 2002.

1168. no author cited, “ATmaP (Accelerated Thermo-Molecular Adhesion Process),” FTS Technologies(http://www.ftstechnologies.com/atmap.htm), 2006.

1335. Hellwig, G.E.H., and A.W. Neumann, “Contact angles and wetting energies pertinent to pigment behaviour,” Farbe und Lack, 73, 823-829, (1967).

1437. Kunz. M., and M. Bauer, “Adhesion to plastic,” Farbe und Lack, 107, 54-62, (2001).

2848. no author cited, “Why corona treatment?,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2850. no author cited, “Plasma and corona surface treatment offer solutions to solve adhesion problems,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2851. no author cited, “Corona vs. plasma: A comparison between surface treatments,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2853. no author cited, “Plasma treatment at atmospheric pressure conditions,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2854. no author cited, “Destructioning the ozone produced by the corona treatment,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2849. no author cited, “Main applications of plasma treatment,” Ferrarini & Binelli,

1075. Novak, I, D. Lath, S. Florian, M. Dulaj, and J. Sestak, “Some methods for improving the adhesive properties of isotactic polypropylene, I: Modification of polypropylene surface properties via electrical discharge,” Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe, 3, 41-42, (Jan 1995).

1662. Melamies, I.A., “A brilliant finish: A new atmospheric plasma pretreatment technology can improve the finish quality on plastics, metal and glass,” Finishing Today, 0, (Mar 2007).

1547. no author cited, “Dyne solution equivalents,” First Ten Angstroms, Aug 2000.

131. Gilbertson, T.J., “The necessity of using pretreated films in converting applications and why inline treating is required,” Flexible Packaging, 2, 36-37, (Apr 2000).

252. Mykytiuk, A., “The 'mystery' of web treating,” Flexible Packaging, 1, 26-30, (Jun 1999).

258. Nolan, M.D., “Treat yourself right: how to avoid unnecessary problems with your in-house treating process,” Flexible Packaging, 1, 35-36, (Jun 1999).

259. Nolan, M.D., “There really is a good side to ozone!,” Flexible Packaging, 3, 26-28, (Sep 2000).

260. Nolan, M.D., “Web treatment - going solventless,” Flexible Packaging, 4, 27-30, (Jan 2002).

275. Opad, J.S., “The theory of surface tension,” Flexible Packaging, 1, 32-33, (Jun 1999).

341. Sigmund, J.J., “A cost-effective solution for controlling ozone emissions from corona treaters,” Flexible Packaging, 2, 21-22, (Aug 2000).

353. Stobbe, B.D., “The problem solver,” Flexible Packaging, 2, 31-32, (Dec 2000).

809. Greig, S., “Corona treatment - an update for running waterbased inks,” Flexible Packaging, 5, 36-39, (May 2003).

931. Nolan, M.D., “Flame treatment: Corona's poor cousin?,” Flexible Packaging, 3, 31-32, (Sep 2000).

1059. Ballard, C., “Surface treatment options for converters of flexible packaging,” Flexible Packaging, 6, 50-51, (Mar 2004).

1070. Mykytiuk, A., “What is the latest in surface treating innovations and trends?,” Flexible Packaging, 6, 29-31, (May 2004).

 

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