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1064. Eriksson, J.C., and S. Ljunggren, “Thermodynamics of curved interfaces in relation to the Helfrich curvature free energy approach,” in Surface and Interfacial Tension: Measurement, Theory, and Applications, Hartland, S., ed., 547-614, Marcel Dekker, 2004.

1106. Yasuda, H., Luminous Chemical Vapor Deposition and Interface, Marcel Dekker, 2005.

1153. Harrington, W.F. Jr., “Surface treatment of plastics,” in Coatings Technology Handbook, Satas, D., ed., Marcel Dekker, 1991 (also in Coatings Technology Handbook, 2nd Ed., D. Satas and A.A. Tracton, eds., p. 335-342, Marcel Dekker, Jan 2001, and Coatings Technology: Fundamentals, Testing, and Processing Techniques, A.A. Tracton, ed., p. 38/1-38/7, CRC Press, Oct 2006).

1477. Della Volpe, C., and S. Siboni, “Acid-base behaviour of (polymer) surfaces: Theory,” in Encyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science, Hubbard, A., ed., Marcel Dekker, 2002.

1724. no author cited, “Surface free energy of polymers - Optimisation of the determination of polymer surface free energy,” Materials Australia, 33, (Dec 2001).

541. Occhiello, E., M. Morra, G. Morini, and F. Garbassi, “Effect of oxygen plasma treatments on polypropylene - epoxy interfacial strength,” in Interfaces Between Polymers, Metals, and Ceramics, Ishida, H., 199-204, Materials Research Society, 1989.

2625. Rudawska, A., and J. Kuczmaszewski, “Surface free energy of zinc coating after finishing treatment,” Materials Science - Poland, 24, (2006).

387. Winters, H.F., R.P.H. Chang, C.J. Mogab, J. Evans, J.A. Thornton, and H. Yasuda, “Coatings and surface modification using low pressure non-equilibrium plasmas,” Materials Science and Engineering, 70, 53-77, (1985).

2081. Lawrence, J., and L. Li, “Modification of the wettability characteristics of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) by means of CO2, Nd:YAG, excimer and high power diode laser radiation,” Materials Science and Engineering A, 303, 142-149, (May 2001).

887. Veselovsky, R.A., and V.N. Kestelman, Adhesion of Polymers, McGraw-Hill, Dec 2001.

1535. Petrie, E.M., “Surfaces and surface preparation,” in Handbook of Adhesives and Sealants, 2nd Ed., 227-275, McGraw-Hill, Jan 2007.

910. Wettermann, R.P., “Electrical surface treatment of medical plastics,” Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry, (Oct 1990).

352. Stobbe, B.D., “Corona discharge treatment for medical surface preparation,” Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry, (Feb 2000).

179. Jones, W.C., “Testing surfaces for cleanliness,” Metal Finishing, 83, 13-15, (Oct 1985).

452. Dobreva, E.D., M.A. Encheva, and A.T. Trandafilov, “The effect of preliminary treatment with surfactants in the metallization of dielectrics,” Metal Finishing, 90, 29-32, (Mar 1992).

2015. Kuhn, A., “Starting off with a clean slate: Using dyne liquids is one of the easiest and most cost-effective means of assessing surface cleanliness,” Metal Finishing, 103, 72-79, (May 2005).

2869. Kuhn, A., “Determining whether a metal surface is really clean: Two testing methods offer an inexpensive yet accurate means for measuring cleanliness,” Metal Finishing, 103, 16-21, (Sep 2005).

893. Hibbard, D., “Sticky science: new polymer technology makes it easier to paint and glue plastic parts,” Modern Paints & Coatings, 91, 31, (Dec 2001).

27. Blitshteyn, M., and R. Wetterman, “Surface treatment of polyolefins,” Modern Plastics, 67, 424, (Oct 1990).

146. Greene, R., “High energy system prepares molded parts,” Modern Plastics, 68, 30-31, (Aug 1991).

224. Lindsay, K.F., “Process surface-treats PP parts in line, opening market opportunities,” Modern Plastics, 69, 47-48, (Apr 1992).

328. Sewell, J.H., “Polymer critical surface tensions,” Modern Plastics, 48, 66-72, (Jun 1971).

2328. no author cited, “Guide to corona treatment,” Modern Plastics, 38, 199-202+, (Sep 1961).

523. Mapleston, P., “Plasma technology progress improves options in surface treatment,” Modern Plastics Intl., 20, 74-79, (Oct 1990).

610. no author cited, “Corona treatment tackles tough jobs,” Modern Plastics Intl., 17, 56-58, (Jan 1987).

616. no author cited, “Plasma treated plastics parts have improved paintability, bondability,” Modern Plastics Intl., 19, 4-6, (Mar 1989).

972. Gabriele, M.C., “Corona systems keep pace with end-use demands,” Modern Plastics Intl., 29, 28-29, (Feb 1999).

1043. Colvin, R., “Novel plasma method treats polymer rather than part,” Modern Plastics Intl., 29, 33-34, (Apr 1999).

1046. Gabriele, M.C., “'Cold-plasma' system takes on polyolefin parts,” Modern Plastics Intl., 28, 46, (Feb 1998).

1520. Rosato, D., “Plasma bonding polymer to polymer,” Molding Views, (Oct 2006).

1548. Manges, M., “Plasma treatment for medical device assembly,” Moll Medical, Seagrove Div., Apr 2006.

2796. Huber, M.L., “Models for viscosity, thermal conductivity, and surface tension of selected pure fluids as implemented in REFPROP v10.0,” NIST,

2604. Duncan, B., R. Mera, D. Leatherdale, M. Taylor, and R. Musgrove, “Techniques for characterising the wetting,. coating and spreading of adhesives on surfaces (NPL Report DEPC MPR 020),” National Physical Laboratory, Mar 2005.

25. Blake, T.D., and K.J. Ruschak, “A maximum speed of wetting,” Nature, 282, 489-490, (1979).

943. Ball, P., “Spreading it about,” Nature, 338, 624-625, (Apr 1989).

1523. Good, R.J., “Estimation of surface energies from contact angles,” Nature, 212, 276-277, (1966).

1650. Good, R.J., “On the estimation of surface energies from contact angles,” Nature, 212, 276-277, (1966).

1841. Schonhorn, H., “Dependence of contact angles on temperature: Polar liquids on polyethylene,” Nature, 210, 896-897, (1966).

2339. Weininger, J.L., “Reaction of active nitrogen with polyethylene,” Nature, 186, 546-547, (1960).

974. Saito, D., “Surface modification by corona discharge,” Nippon Gomu Kyokaishi, 70, 333-339, (1997).

 

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