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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).

182. Kaelble, D.H., and E.H. Cirlin, “Dispersion and polar contributions to surface tension of poly(methylene oxide) and Na-treated polytetrafluoroethylene,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 9, 363-368, (1971).

320. Schonhorn, H., and F.W. Ryan, “Effects of morphology in the surface region of polymers on adhesion and adhesive joint strength,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 6, 231-240, (1968).

323. Schonhorn, H., and F.W. Ryan, “Effect of polymer surface morphology on adhesion and adhesive joint strength, II. FEP Teflon and nylon 6,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 7, 105-111, (1969).

397. Yasuda, H.K., A.K. Sharma, and T. Yasuda, “Effect of orientation and mobility of polymer molecules at surfaces on contact angle and its hysteresis,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 19, 1285-1291, (1981).

399. Yasuda, T., T. Okuno, K. Yoshida, and H.K. Yasuda, “A study of surface dynamics of polymers, II. Investigation by plasma surface implantation of fluorine-containing moieties,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 26, 1781-1794, (1988).

432. Cai, G., M.H. Litt, and I.M. Krieger, “Surface properties and abhesion of undecyl oxazoline block and homopolymers,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 29, 773-784, (1991).

604. Yasuda, T., K. Yoshida, T. Okuno, and H.K. Yasuda, “A study of surface dynamics of polymers, III. Surface dynamic stabilization by plasma polymerization,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 26, 2061-2074, (1988).

816. Sanchis, R.M., O. Calvo, L. Sanchez, D. Garcia, and R. Balart, “Enhancement of wettability in low density polyethylene films using low pressure glow discharge N2 plasma,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 45, 2390-2399, (2007).

1283. Zheng, Z., X. Wang, M. Shi, and G. Zhou, “Surface modification of ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene fibers,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 42, 463-472, (Feb 2004).

1320. Kwok, D.Y., A. Li, and A.W. Neumann, “Low-rate dynamic contact angles on poly(methyl methacrylate/ethyl methacrylate, 30/70) and the determination of solid surface tensions,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 37, 2039-2051, (1999).

1840. Schonhorn, H., and L.H. Sharpe, “Surface tension of molten polypropylene,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 3, 235-237, (1965).

2498. Aouinti, M., A. Gibaud, D. Chateigner, and F. Poncin-Epaillard, “Morphology of polypropylene films treated in CO2 plasma,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 42, 2007-2013, (May 2004).

2516. Inagaki, N., K. Narushima, N. Tuchida, and K. Miyazaki, “Surface characterization of plasma-modified poly(ethylene terephthalate) film surfaces,” J. Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 42, 3727-3740, (Oct 2004).

2427. Kim, C.Y., G. Suranyi, and D.A.I. Goring, “Corona induced bonding of synthetic polymers to cellulose,” J. Polymer Science Part C: Polymer Symposia, 30, 533-542, (1970).

1818. Pittman, A.G., D.L. Sharp, and B.A. Ludwig, “Polymers derived from fluoroketones II: Wetting properties of fluoroalkyl acrylates and methacrylates,” J. Polymer Science, Part A-1: Polymer Chemistry, 6, 1729-1740, (1968).

 

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