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865. Arefi-Khonsari, F., M. Tatoulian, N. Shahidzadeh, and J. Amoroux, “Study of plasma treated polymers and the stability of the surface properties,” in Plasma Processing of Polymers (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences, Vol. 346), d'Agostino, R., P. Favia, and F. Fracassi, eds., 165-210, Kluwer Academic, Nov 1997.

866. Ratner, B.D., “Surface diagnostics of plasma-treated materials,” in Plasma Processing of Polymers (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences, Vol. 346), d'Agostino, R., P. Favia, and F. Fracassi, eds., 211-220, Kluwer Academic, Nov 1997.

867. Kogoma, M., R. Prat, T. Suwa, A. Takeda, S. Okazaki, and T. Inomata, “Plasma modification at atmospheric pressure,” in Plasma Processing of Polymers (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences, Vol. 346), d'Agostino, R., P. Favia, and F. Fracassi, eds., 379-394, Kluwer Academic, Nov 1997.

868. Hollander, A., J. Behnisch, and M.R. Wertheimer, “Plasma vacuum UV effects on polymers,” in Plasma Processing of Polymers (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences, Vol. 346), d'Agostino, R., P. Favia, F. Fracassi, eds., 411-422, Kluwer Academic, Nov 1997.

869. Wertheimer, M.R., and R. Bartnikas, “Degradation effects of plasma and corona on polymers,” in Plasma Processing of Polymers (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences, Vol. 346), d'Agostino, R., P. Favia, and F. Fracassi, eds., 435-452, Kluwer Academic, Nov 1997.

1050. Telo da Gama, M.M., “Theory of wetting and surface critical phenomena,” in Computer Simulations of Surfaces and Interfaces, Dunweg, B., D.P. Landau, and A.I. Milchev, eds., 239-260, Kluwer Academic, Dec 2003.

1051. Theodorou, D.N., “Polymers at surfaces and interfaces,” in Computer Simulations of Surfaces and Interfaces, Dunweg, B., D.P. Landau, and A.I. Milchev, eds., 329-422, Kluwer Academic, Dec 2003.

2621. Rulison, C., “Effect of temperature on the surface energy of solids - sometimes it does matter,” Kruss Application Note AN250e, Dec 2005.

2473. Rulison, C., “So you want to measure surface energy? A tutorial designed to provide basic understanding of the concept of solid surface energy, and its many complications,” Kruss USA,

534. Menges, G., W. Michaeli, R. Ludwig, and K. Scholl, “Corona treatment of polypropylene films,” Kunststoffe, 80, 4-6, (Nov 1990).

1322. Neumann, A.W., and P.J. Sell, “Estimation of surface tensions of polymers from contact angle data without neglecting the equilibrium spreading pressure,” Kunststoffe, 57, 829-834, (1967).

2136. Palm, P., “Corona treatment for any material thickness,” Kunststoffe International, 0, 66-68, (Jan 2007).

1554. Sesetyan, T., “Testing equipment,” Label & Narrow Web, 6, 36-43, (Jan 2001).

2240. no author cited, “Enercon shows new surface treating process,” Label & Narrow Web, 16, 20-21, (May 2011).

2634. Katz, S., “With film substrates becoming more popular, corona treatment is increasingly more important,” Label & Narrow Web, 20, 70-72, (Oct 2015).

2797. Hrinya, G., “Corona treaters: This valuable converting process helps avoid delivery delays and costly reprints,” Label & Narrow Web, 24, 76-79, (Oct 2019).

191. Kenny, J., “Corona treating,” Label & Narrow Web Industry, 3, 30-35, (Nov 1998).

350. Stobbe, B.D., “Corona treatment 101: Understanding the basics from a narrow web perspective,” Label & Narrow Web Industry, 1, 33-36, (May 1996).

894. Genuario, L., “Corona treatment,” Label & Narrow Web Industry, 7, 58-64, (Oct 2002).

1191. Pillar Technologies, “Surface treatment: corona, flame or plasma (advertorial),” Label & Narrow Web Industry, 9, 113, (Jul 2004).

1109. Genuario, L., “Surface treatment,” Label and Narrow Web, 10, 50-56, (Jan 2005).

127. Gerenser, L.J., J.M. Pochan, J.F. Elman, and M.G. Mason, “Effect of corona discharge treatment of poly(ethylene terephthalate) on the adsorption characteristics of the fluorosurfactant Zonyl FSC as studied via ESCA and surface energy measurements,” Langmuir, 2, 765-770, (1987).

147. Guiseppe-Elie, A., G.E. Wnek, and S.P. Wesson, “Wettabililty of polyacetylene: surface energetics and determination of material properties,” Langmuir, 2, 508-513, (1986).

177. Johnson, R.E. Jr., and R.H. Dettre, “An evaluation of Neumann's 'Surface equation of state' (comments),” Langmuir, 5, 293-295, (1989).

221. Li, D., E. Moy, and A.W. Neumann, “The equation of state approach for interfacial tensions: comments to Johnson and Dettre,” Langmuir, 6, 885-888, (1989).

242. Morra, M., E. Occhiello, and F. Garbassi, “Contact angle hysteresis on oxygen plasma treated poly(tetrafluoroethylene) (letter),” Langmuir, 5, 872-876, (1989).

247. Morrison, I.D., “On the existence of an equation of state for interfacial free energies,” Langmuir, 5, 540-543, (1989).

347. Spelt, J.K., D.R. Absolom, and A.W. Neumann, “Solid surface tension: the interpretation of contact angles by the equation of state approach and the theory of surface tension components,” Langmuir, 2, 620-625, (1986).

447. Dan, N., “The effect of polymer additives on the spreading of partially wetting films,” Langmuir, 40, 1101-1104, (Feb 1996).

463. Gaydos, J., E. Moy, and A.W. Neumann, “Reply to 'On the existence of an equation of state for interfacial free energies' (letter),” Langmuir, 6, 888-892, (1990).

563. Tretinnikov, O.N., and Y. Ikada, “Dynamic wetting and contact angle hysteresis of polymer surfaces studied with the modified Wilhelmy balance method,” Langmuir, 10, 1806-1814, (May 1994).

803. Chen, F., and W.V. Chang, “Applicability study of a new acid base model in polypeptides and polyamides,” Langmuir, 7, 2401-2404, (Oct 1991).

1228. Lee, L.-H., “Correlation between Lewis acid-base surface interaction components and linear solvation energy relationship solvatochromic alpha and beta parameters,” Langmuir, 12, 1681-1687, (1996).

1306. Kwok, D.Y., D. Li, and A.W. Neumann, “Evaluation of the Lifshitz-van der Waals/acid-base approach to determine interfacial tensions,” Langmuir, 10, 1323-1328, (1994).

1478. Della Volpe, C., S. Siboni, and M. Morra, “Comments on some recent papers on interfacial tension and contact angles,” Langmuir, 18, 1441-1444, (2002).

1489. Semal, S., T.D. Blake, V. Geskin, M.J. de Ruijter, G. Castelein, J. de Coninck, “Influence of surface roughness on wetting dynamics,” Langmuir, 15, 8765-8770, (1999).

1660. van Oss, C.J., R.F. Giese, and R.J. Good, “Re-evaluation of the surface tension components and parameters of polyacetylene from contact angles of liquids,” Langmuir, 6, 1711-1713, (1990).

1777. Ahn, D., and K.R. Shull, “Effects of substrate modification on the interfacial adhesion of acrylic elastomers,” Langmuir, 14, 3646-3654, (1998).

1782. Dalal, E.N., “Calculation of solid surface tensions,” Langmuir, 3, 1009-1015, (1987).

1823. Yasuda, T., T. Okuno, and H. Yasuda, “Contact angle of water on polymer surfaces,” Langmuir, 10, 2435-2439, (Jul 1994).

 

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