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1824. Baum, E.A., T.J. Lewis, and R. Toomer, “Further observations on the decay of surface potential of corona charged polyethylene films,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 10, 2525-2531, (Dec 1977).

2513. Fridman, A., A. Chirokov, and A. Gutsol, “Non-thermal atmospheric pressure discharges,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, R1-R24, (2005).

2522. Massines, F., and G. Gouda, “A comparison of polypropylene surface treatment by filamentary, homogeneous and glow discharges in helium at atmospheric pressure,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 31, 3411-3420, (1998).

2532. Vesel, A., M. Mozetic, A. Hladnik, J. Dolenc, J. Zule, S. Milosevic, et al, “Modification of ink-jet paper by oxygen-plasma treatment,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 40, 3689-3696, (2007).

2558. Sarra-Bournet, C., S. Turgeon, D. Mantovani, and G. Laroche, “A study of atmospheric pressure plasma discharges for surface functionalization of PTFE used in biomedical applications,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 39, 3461-3469, (2006).

2559. Sira, M., D. Trunec, P. Stahel, V. Bursikova, Z. Navratil, and J. Bursik, “Surface modification of polyethylene and polypropylene in atmospheric pressure glow discharge,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, 621-627, (2005).

2584. Temmerman, E., Y. Ashikev, N. Trushkin, C. Leys, and J. Verschuren, “Surface modification with a remote atmospheric pressure plasma DC glow discharge and surface streamer regime,” J. Physics D: Applied Physics, 38, 505-509, (Feb 2005).

965. Hruska, Z., and X. Lepot, “Surface modification of polymer webs by oxyfluorination,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 15, 235-255, (Jul 1999).

1291. Podhajny, R.M., “Corona treatment of polymeric films,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 4, 177-188, (Jul 1988).

2050. Morris, B.A., “Understanding why adhesion in extrusion coating decreases with diminishing coating thickness,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 24, 53-88, (Jan 2008).

2051. Thurston, R.M., J.D. Clay, and M.D. Schulte, “Effect of atmospheric plasma treatment on polymer surface energy and adhesion,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 23, 63-78, (Jan 2007).

2052. Ruddy, A.C., G.M. McNally, G. Nersisyan, W.G. Graham, and W.R. Murphy, “The effect of atmospheric glow discharge (APGD) treatment on polyetherimide, polybutyleneterephthalate, and polyamides,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 22, 103-119, (Apr 2006).

2053. Sakhalkar, S.S., K.B. Walters, D.E. Hirt, N.R. Miranda, and W.P. Roberts, “Surface characteristics of LLDPE film containing glycerol monostearate,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 18, 33-43, (Jan 2002).

2054. Woods, S.S., and A.V. Pocius, “The influence of polymer processing additives (PPAS) on the surface and optical properties of polyolefin plastomer blown film,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 17, 62-87, (Jan 2001).

2056. Ealer, G.E., W.C. Harris, and S.B. Samuels, “Characterization of surface-treated polyethylene for water-based ink printability,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 6, 17-30, (Jan 1990).

2058. Marra, J.V., “Metallized OPP film, surface characteristics and physical properties,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 4, 27-34, (Jan 1988).

2243. Gilbertson, T.J., M. Leonardelli, and R.A. Wolf, “Optimizing blown film line layouts for improved surface treating performance,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 26, 83-104, (Jan 2010).

2244. Nase, M., B. Langer, and W. Grellmann, “Influence of processing conditions on the peel behavior of polyethylene/polybutene-1 peel systems,” J. Plastic Film and Sheeting, 25, 61-80, (Jan 2009).

154. Hansen, R.H., J.V. Pascale, T. DeBenedictis, and P.M. Rentzepis, “Effect of atomic oxygen on polymers,” J. Polymer Science, 3, Part A, 2205-2214, (1965).

306. Rossman, K., “Improvement of bonding properties of polyethylene,” J. Polymer Science, 19, 141-144, (1956).

317. Schonhorn, H., and L.H. Sharpe, “Surface energetics, adhesion, and adhesive joints, III. Surface tension of molten polyethylene,” J. Polymer Science, 3, Part A, 569-573, (1965).

318. Schonhorn, H., and L.H. Sharpe, “Surface energetics, adhesion, and adhesive joints, IV. Joints between epoxy adhesives and chlorotrifluoroethylene copolymer and terpolymer (Aclar),” J. Polymer Science, 3, Part A, 3087-3097, (1965).

392. Wu, S., “Calculation of interfacial tension in polymer systems,” J. Polymer Science, 34, Part C, 19-30, (1971).

1156. Pittman, A.G., and B.A. Ludwig, “Effect of polymer crystallinity on the wetting properties of certain fluoroalkyl acrylates,” J. Polymer Science Part A-1: Polymer Chemistry, 7, 3053-3066, (Nov 1969).

99. Foerch, R., N.S. McIntyre, and D.H. Hunter, “Modification of polymer surfaces by two-step plasma sensitized reactions,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 28, 803-809, (1990).

168. Inagaki, N., S. Tasaka, and K. Hibi, “Surface modification of Kapton film by plasma treatment,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 30, 1425-1431, (1992).

173. Iwata, H., A. Kishada, M. Suzuki, Y. Hata, and Y. Ikada, “Oxidation of polyethylene surface by corona discharge and subsequent graft polymerization,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 26, 3309-3322, (1988).

253. Nakayama, Y., T. Takahagi, F. Soeda, K. Hataga, et al, “XPS analysis of NH3 plasma-treated polystyrene films utilizing gas phase chemical modification,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 26, 559-572, (1988).

356. Strobel, M., S. Corn, C.S. Lyons, and G.A. Korba, “Surface modification of polypropylene with CF4, CF3H, CF3Cl, and CF3Br plasmas,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 23, 1125-1135, (1985).

357. Strobel, M., P.A. Thomas, and C.S. Lyons, “Plasma fluorination of polystyrene,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 25, 3343-3348, (Dec 1987).

374. Vargo, T.G., D.J. Hook, J.A. Gardella Jr., M.A. Eberhardt, A.E. Meyer, and R. Baier, “A multitechnique surface analytical study of a segmented block copolymer poly(ether-urethane) modified through an H2O radio frequency glow discharge,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 29, 535, (1991).

396. Yasuda, H.K., H.C. Marsh, S. Brandt, and C.N. Reilly, “ESCA study of polymer surfaces treated by plasma,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 15, 991-1019, (1977).

419. Bergbreiter, D.E., N. White, and J. Zhou, “Modification of polyolefin surfaces with iron cluster oxidants,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 30, 389-396, (1992).

441. Clark, D.T., and A. Dilks, “ESCA applied to polymers, XV. RF glow-discharge modification of polymers, studied by means of ESCA in terms of a direct and radiative energy-transfer model,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 15, 2321-2345, (1977).

442. Clark, D.T., and A. Dilks, “ESCA applied to polymers, XVIII. RF glow discharge modification of polymers in helium, neon, argon, and krypton,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 16, 911-936, (1978).

1273. Foerch, R., N.S. McIntyre, and D.H. Hunter, “Oxidation of polyethylene surfaces by remote plasma discharge: A comparison study with alternative oxidation methods,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 28, 193-204, (Jan 1990).

1832. Strobel, M., S. Corn, C.S. Lyons, and G.A. Korba, “Plasma fluorination of polyolefins,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 25, 1295-1307, (1987).

2074. K. Kato, V.N. Vasilets, M.N. Fursa, M. Meguro, Y. Ikada, and K. Nakamae, “Surface oxidation of cellulose fibers by vacuum ultraviolet irradiation,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 37, 357-361, (1999).

2099. Shenton, M.J., G.C. Stevens, N.P. Wright, and X. Duan, “Chemical-surface modification of polymers using atmospheric pressure nonequilibrium plasmas and comparisons with vacuum plasmas,” J. Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 40, 95-109, (Jan 2002).

2045. Levine, M., G. Ilkka, and P. Weiss, “Relation of the critical surface tension of polymers to adhesion,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Letters, 2, 915-919, (1964).

 

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