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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).

1849. Clark, D.T., and A. Dilks, “ESCA applied to polymers, XXIII: RF glow discharge modification of polymers in pure oxygen and helium-oxygen mixtures,” J. Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 17, 957-976, (1979).

155. Hansen, R.H., and H. Schonhorn, “A new technique for preparing low surface energy polymers for adhesive bonding,” J. Polymer Science, Polymer Letters Edition, 4, 203-209, (1966).

2428. Courval, G.J., D.G. Gray, and D.A.I. Goring, “Chemical modification of polyethylene surfaces in a nitrogen corona,” J. Polymer Science: Polymer Letters Edition, 14, 231-235, (Apr 1976).

1692. Strom, G., “The importance of surface energetics and dynamic wetting in offset printing,” J. Pulp and Paper Science, 19, J79, (1993).

2783. Aspler, J.S., S. Davis, and M.B. Lyne, “The surface chemistry of paper in relation to dynamic wetting and sorption of water and lithographic fountain soutions,” J. Pulp and Paper Science, 13, 355-360, (1987).

1341. Padday, J.F., “Apparatus for measuring the spreading coefficient of a liquid, on a solid surface,” J. Scientific Instrumentation, 36, (1959).

2737. Mukhopadhyay, S., and R. Fangueiro, “Physical modification of natural fibers and thermoplastic films for composites - a review,” J. Thermoplastic Composite Materials, 22, 135-162, (Mar 2009).

31. Bodo, P., and J.-E. Sundgren, “Adhesion of evaporated titanium to polyethylene: effects of ion bombardment pretreatment,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A2, 1498-1502, (1984).

234. Matienzo, L.J., F. Emmi, F.D. Egitto, et al, “Surface composition and distribution of fluorine in plasma-fluorinated polyimide,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A6, 950-953, (1988).

466. Grant, J.L., D.S. Dunn, and D.J. McClure, “Argon and oxygen sputter etching of polystyrene, polypropylene, and poly(ethylene terephthalate) thin films,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A6, 2213-2220, (1988).

567. Sengupta, K.S., and H.K. Birnbaum, “Structural and chemical effects of low-energy ion bombardment of PMMA-ODA surfaces,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A9, 2928-2935, (1991).

1309. Callen, B.W., M.L. Ridge, S. Lahooti, A.W. Neumann, and R.N.S. Sodhi, “Remote plasma and UV-ozone modification of polystyrene,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A13, 2023-2029, (1995).

1736. Kumagai, H., H. Denbo, N. Fujii, and T. Kobayashi, “Poly(ethylene terephthalate) decomposition process in oxygen plasma: Emission spectroscopic and surface analysis for oxygen-plasma reaction,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A22, 1-7, (2004).

2070. Hozumi, A., N. Shirahata, Y. Nakanishi, S. Asakura, and A. Fuwa, “Wettability control of a polymer surface through 126 nm vacuum ultraviolet light irradiation,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A22, 1309-1314, (Jul 2004).

2084. Lee, Y., S. Han, J.-H. Lee, J.-H. Yoon, H.E. Lim, and K.-J. Kim, “Surface studies of plasma source ion implantation treated polystyrene,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology, A16, 1710-1715, (May 1998).

2022. Matienzo, L.J., J.A. Zimmerman, and F.D. Egitto, “Surface modification of fluoropolymers with vacuum ultraviolet irradiation,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology A, 12, 2662-2671, (Sep 1994).

2031. Lim, H., Y. Lee, S. Han, and J. Cho, “Surface treatment and characterization of PMMA, PHEMA, and PHPMA,” J. Vacuum Science and Technology A, 19, 1490-1496, (Jul 2001).

1116. Schoff, C.K., “Coatings clinic: Wetting and wettability,” JCT CoatingsTech, 1, 108, (Oct 2004).

1167. Schoff, C.K., “Coatings clinic: Surface tension and surface energy,” JCT CoatingsTech, 3, 72, (Feb 2006).

1566. Williams, K., and B. Bauman, “New technology for enhancing wood-plastic composites,” JCT CoatingsTech, 4, 52-57, (Aug 2007).

2154. Schoff, C.K., “Coatings clinic: Interfaces and migration,” JCT CoatingsTech, 6, 48, (May 2009).

2157. no author cited, “Two new coatings-related standards released by ASTM International,” JCT CoatingsTech, 6, 19, (Jun 2009).

1006. Kusano, Y., T. Noguchi, M. Yoshikawa, N. Kato, and K. Naito, “Effect of discharge treatment on vulcanised rubber surfaces,” in IRC '95 Kobe International Rubber Conference Proceedings, 432-435, Japan Society of Rubber Industry, 1995.

9. Andrews, E.H., and N.E. King, “Surface energetics and adhesion,” in Polymer Surfaces, 47-63, John Wiley & Sons, 1978.

43. Briggs, D., “Analysis and chemical imaging of polymer surfaces by SIMS,” in Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces, Feast, W.J., and H.S. Munro, eds., 33-53, John Wiley & Sons, 1987.

 

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