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968. Novak, I., and S. Florian, “Effect of ageing on adhesion behaviour of discharge plasma-treated biaxially oriented polypropylene,” J. Materials Science Letters, 18, 1055-1057, (Jul 1999).

1012. Stefecka, M., J. Rahel, M. Cernak, I. Hudec, M. Mikula, and M. Mazur, “Atmospheric-pressure plasma treatment of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene fibres,” J. Materials Science Letters, 18, 2007-2008, (Dec 1999).

1290. Kinloch, A.J., G.K.A. Kodokian, and J.F. Watts, “Relationships between the surface free energies and surface chemical compositions of thermoplastic fibre composites and adhesive joint strengths,” J. Materials Science Letters, 10, 815-818, (1991).

1234. Mekishev, G.A., T.A. Yovcheva, E. Guentcheva, and S. Nedev, “On the charge decay in PP electrets stored at pressures lower than atmospheric,” J. Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 14, 779-780, (Oct 2003).

2076. Kim, K.S., K.H. Lee, K. Cho, and C.E. Park, “Surface modification of polysulfone ultrafiltration membrane by oxygen plasma treatment,” J. Membrane Science, 199, 135-145, (Apr 2002).

2080. Kull, K.R., M.L. Steen, and E.R. Fisher, “Surface modification with nitrogen-containing plasmas to produce hydrophilic, low-fouling membranes,” J. Membrane Science, 246, 203-215, (Jan 2005).

2092. Steen, M.L., L. Hymas, E.D. Havey, N.E. Capps, D.G. Castner, and E.R. Fisher, “Low temperature plasma treatment of asymmetric polysulfone membranes for permanent hydrophilic surface modification,” J. Membrane Science, 188, 97-114, (Jun 2001).

1739. Timerghazin, Q.K., S.L. Khursan, and V.V. Shereshovets, “Theoretical study of the reaction between ozone and the C-H bond: Gas-phase reactions of hydrocarbons with ozone,” J. Molecular Structure, 489, 87-93, (1999).

2027. Ewane-Ebele, F., and H.P. Schreiber, “Measurement and use of surface tension data in film-forming polymers,” J. Oil and Colour Chemists Association, 60, 249-255, (Jul 1977).

2077. Kitova, S., M. Minchev, and G. Danev, “RF plasma treatment of polycarbonate substrates,” J. Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 7, 2607-2612, (Oct 2005).

386. Wetterman, R.P., “Electrical surface treatment of polyolefin packaging materials for improved adhesion and printing,” J. Packaging Technology, 6, 22-25, (Nov 1990).

431. Burrell, H., “The challenge of the solubility parameter concept,” J. Paint Technology, 40, 197, (1968).

462. Gardon, J.L., “The influence of polarity upon the solubility parameter concept,” J. Paint Technology, 38, 43, (1966).

470. Hansen, C.M., “The three dimensional solubility parameter - key to paint component affinities, I. Solvents, plasticizers, polymers, and resins,” J. Paint Technology, 39, 104+, (1967).

472. Hansen, C.M., “The three dimensional solubility parameter - key to paint component affinities, III. Independent calculation of the parameter components,” J. Paint Technology, 39, 511+, (1967).

473. Hansen, C.M., “Characterization of surfaces by spreading liquids,” J. Paint Technology, 42, 660+, (1970).

474. Hansen, C.M., “Surface dewetting and coatings performance,” J. Paint Technology, 44, 57+, (1972).

483. Hoy, K.L., “New values of the solubility parameters from vapor pressure data,” J. Paint Technology, 42, 76+, (1970).

513. Lee, L.-H., “Relationships between solubility and surface tension of liquids,” J. Paint Technology, 42, 365+, (1970).

471. Hansen, C.M., “The three dimensional solubility parameter - key to paint component affinities, II. Dyes, emulsifiers, mutual solubility and compatability, and pigments,” J. Paint Technololgy, 39, 505-510, (1967).

519. Liao, W.-C., and J.L. Zatz, “Surfactant solutions as test liquids for measurements of critical surface tension,” J. Pharmaceutical Science, 68, 486-488, (1979).

1412. Okazaki, S., and M. Kogoma, “Development of atmospheric pressure flow discharge plasma and its application on a surface with curvature,” J. Photopolymer Science and Technology, 6, 339-342, (1993).

11. Babu, S.R., “Determination of surface tension of liquids,” J. Physical Chemistry, 90, 4337-4340, (Aug 1986).

51. Cazabar, A.M., and M.A. Cohen Stuart, “Dynamics of wetting: effects of surface roughness,” J. Physical Chemistry, 90, 5845-5849, (Oct 1986).

60. Chen, Y.L., C.A. Helm, and J.N. Israelachvili, “Molecular mechanisms associated with adhesion and contact angle hysteresis of monolayer surfaces,” J. Physical Chemistry, 95, 10736-10747, (Dec 1991).

105. Fowkes, F.M., “Determination of interfacial tensions, contact angles, and dispersion forces by assuming additivity of intermolecular interactions at surfaces (letter),” J. Physical Chemistry, 66, 382, (1962).

106. Fowkes, F.M., “Additivity of intermolecular forces at interfaces, I. Determination of the contribution to surface and interfacial tensions of dispersion forces in various liquids,” J. Physical Chemistry, 67, 2538-2541, (1963).

108. Fowkes, F.M., “Comments on 'The calculation of cohesive and adhesive energies', by J.F. Padday and N.D. Uffindell (letter),” J. Physical Chemistry, 72, 1407, (1968).

120. Gardon, J.L., “Relationship between cohesive energy densities of polymers and Zisman's critical surface tensions (notes),” J. Physical Chemistry, 67, 1935-1936, (1963).

134. Girifalco, L.A., and R.J. Good, “A theory for the estimation of surface and interfacial energies, I. Derivation and application to interfacial tension,” J. Physical Chemistry, 61, 904-909, (1957).

139. Good, R.J., and L.A. Girifalco, “A theory for the estimation of surface and interfacial energies, III. Estimation of surface energies of solids from contact angle data,” J. Physical Chemistry, 64, 561-565, (1960).

280. Padday, J.F., and N.D. Uffindell, “The calculation of cohesive and adhesive energies from intermolecular forces at a surface,” J. Physical Chemistry, 72, 1407-1413, (1968).

281. Padday, J.F., and N.D. Uffindell, “Reply to comments of F.M. Fowkes on 'The calculation of cohesive and adhesive energies',” J. Physical Chemistry, 72, 3700-3701, (1968).

329. Shafrin, E.G., and W.A. Zisman, “Constitutive relations in the wetting of low energy surfaces and the theory of the retraction method of preparing monolayers,” J. Physical Chemistry, 64, 519-524, (1960).

384. Wenzel, R.N., “Surface roughness and contact angle (letter),” J. Physical Chemistry, 53, 1466-1467, (1949).

390. Wu, S., “Estimation of the critical surface tension for polymers from molecular constitution by a modified Hildebrand-Scott equation (notes),” J. Physical Chemistry, 72, 3332-3334, (1968).

391. Wu, S., “Surface and interfacial tensions of polymer melts, II. Poly(methylmethacrylate), poly(n-butyl methacrylate), and polystyrene,” J. Physical Chemistry, 74, 632-638, (1970).

552. Rosseinsky, R., “Surface tension and internal pressure: A simple model,” J. Physical Chemistry, 81, 1578, (1977).

1647. Good, R.J., “Surface entropy and surface orientation of polar liquids,” J. Physical Chemistry, 61, 810-812, (1957).

1649. Good, R.J., L.A. Girifalco, and G. Kraus, “A theory for the estimation of surface and interfacial energies, II: Application to surface thermodynamics of teflon and graphite,” J. Physical Chemistry, 62, 1418-1422, (1958).

 

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