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1780. Bernett, M.K., and W.A. Zisman, “Wetting properties of polyhexafluoropropylene,” J. Physical Chemistry, 65, 2266-2267, (1961).

1788. Ellison, A.H., and W.A. Zisman, “Wettability studies of nylon, polyethylene terephthalate and polystyrene,” J. Physical Chemistry, 58, 503-506, (1954).

1790. Ellison, A.H., and W.A. Zisman, “Wettability of halogenated organic solid surfaces,” J. Physical Chemistry, 58, 260-265, (1954).

1792. Dettre, R.H., and R.E. Johnson, Jr., “Concerning the surface tension, critical surface tension, and temperature coefficient of surface tension of poly(tetrafluoroethylene),” J. Physical Chemistry, 71, 1529-1531, (Apr 1967).

1821. Ray, B.R., J.R. Anderson, and J.J. Scholz, “Wetting of polymer surfaces I: Contact angles of liquids on starch, amylose, amylopectin, cellulose, and polyvinyl alcohol,” J. Physical Chemistry, 62, 1220-1227, (1958).

1835. Schonhorn, H., “Dependence of contact angles on temperature: Polar liquids vs. polypropylene,” J. Physical Chemistry, 70, 4086-4087, (Dec 1966).

1836. Schonhorn, H., and F.W. Ryan, “Wettability of polyethylene single crystal aggregates,” J. Physical Chemistry, 70, 3811-3815, (Dec 1966).

1838. Roe, R.-J., “Surface tension of polymer liquids,” J. Physical Chemistry, 72, 2013-2017, (Jun 1968).

1839. Roe, R.-J., “Parachor and surface tension of amorphous polymers (letter),” J. Physical Chemistry, 69, 2809-2810, (1965).

1916. Scholberg, H.M., R.A. Guenther, and R.I. Coon, “Surface chemistry of fluorocarbons and their derivatives,” J. Physical Chemistry, 57, 923-925, (1953).

1917. Ellison, A.H., H.W. Fox, and W.A. Zisman, “Wetting of fluorinated solids by hydrogen-bonding liquids,” J. Physical Chemistry, 57, 622-627, (1953).

2030. Bernett, M.K., and W.A. Zisman, “Wetting properties of tetrafluoroethylene and hexafluoroethylene copolymers,” J. Physical Chemistry, 64, 1292-1294, (1960).

2301. Johnson, R.E. Jr., and R.H. Dettre, “Contact angle hysteresis III: Study of an idealized heterogeneous surface,” J. Physical Chemistry, 68, 1744-1750, (Jul 1964).

2321. Bernett, M., and W.A. Zisman, “Wetting of low energy solids by aqueous solutions of highly fluorinated acids and salts,” J. Physical Chemistry, 63, 1911-1916, (1959).

2771. Olsen, D.A., and A.J. Osteraas, “The critical surface tension of glass,” J. Physical Chemistry, 68, 2730-2732, (1964).

2773. Shafrin, E.G., and W.A. Zisman, “Critical surface tension for spreading on a liquid substrate,” J. Physical Chemistry, 71, 1309-1316, (1967).

2889. Mark, G.L., and D.A. Lee, “The determination of contact angles from measurements of the dimensions of small bubbles and drops II. The sessile drop method for obtuse angles,” J. Physical Chemistry, 40, 169-176, (1935).

2901. Xiu, Y., L. Zhu, D.W. Hess, and C.P. Wong, “Relationship between work of adhesion and contact angle hysteresis on superhydrophobic surfaces,” J. Physical Chemistry, 112, 11403-11407, (Jul 2008).

1256. Tajima, S., and K. Komvopoulos, “Surface modification of low-density polyethylene by inductively coupled argon plasma,” J. Physical Chemistry B, 109, 17623-17629, (Aug 2005).

1783. Ada, E.T., O. Kornienko, and L. Hanley, “Chemical modification of polystyrene surfaces by low-energy polyatomic ion beams,” J. Physical Chemistry B, 102, 3959-3966, (Apr 1998).

2891. Samuel, B., H. Zhao, and K.-Y. Law, “Study of wetting and adhesion interactions between water and various polymer and superhydrophobic surfaces,” J. Physical Chemistry C, 115, 14852-14861, (Jun 2011).

2885. Pease, D.C., “The significance of the contact angle in relation to the solid surface,” J. Physical Chemisty, 49, 107-110, (1945).

198. Kogoma, M., H. Kasai, and K. Takahashi, “Wettability control of a plastic surface by CF4-O2 plasma and its etching effect,” J. Physics, 20, 147-149, (Jan 1987).

251. Murray, M.D., and B.W. Darvell, “A protocol for contact angle measurement,” J. Physics, 23, 1150-1155, (1990).

1040. Shenton, M.J., M.C. Lovell-Hoare, and G.C. Stevens, “Adhesion enhancement of polymer surfaces by atmospheric plasma treatment,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 34, 2754-2760, (Sep 2001).

1203. Chen, Q., “Negative charge corona charge stability in plasma treated polytetrafluoroethylene teflon films,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 37, 715-720, (Mar 2004).

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).

1215. Heitz, C., “A generalized model for partial discharge processes based on a stochastic process approach,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 32, 1012-1023, (1999).

1238. Morrow, R., “The theory of positive glow corona,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 30, 3099-3114, (1997).

1239. Morvov, M., “DC corona discharges in air and CO-air mixtures for various electrode materials,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 31, 1865-1874, (1998).

1356. Abdel-Salam, M., H. Singer, and A. Ahmed, “Effect of the dielectric barrier on discharges in non-uniform electric fields,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 34, 1219-1234, (2001).

1358. Allen, N.L., and A.A.R. Hashem, “The role of negative ions in the propagation of discharges across insulating surfaces,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 35, 2551-2557, (2002).

1370. El-Bahy, M.M., and M.A.A. El-Ata, “Onset voltage of negative corona on dielectric-coated electrodes in air,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, 3403-3411, (Sep 2005).

1387. Xia, Z., R. Gerhard-Multhaupt, W. Kunstler, A. Wedel, and R. Danz, “High surface-charge stability of porous polytetrafluoroethylene electret films at room and elevated temperatures,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 32, 83-85, (1999).

1524. Chen, Q., “PTFE electret negative charge stability after RF plasma treatment,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 35, 2939-2944, (Nov 2002).

1526. Massines, F., “Atmospheric pressure non-thermal plasmas for processing and other applications,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, (2005).

1528. Shenton, M.J., and G.C. Stevens, “Surface modification of polymer surfaces: atmospheric plasma versus vacuum plasma treatments,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 34, 2761-2768, (Sep 2001).

1683. Roth, J.R., J. Rahel, X. Dai, and D.M. Sherman, “The physics and phenomenology of one atmosphere uniform glow discharge plasma (OAUGDP) reactors for surface treatment applications,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, 555-567, (2005).

1731. Bradley, J.M., “Determining the dispersive and polar contributions to the surface tension of water-based printing ink as a function of surfactant surface excess,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, 2045-2050, (2005).

1807. Kasai, H., M. Kogoma, T. Moriwaki, and S. Okazaki, “Surface structure estimation by plasma fluorination of amorphous carbon, diamond, graphite and plastic film surfaces,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 19, L225-L228, (1986).

 

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