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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).

902. Rentzhog, M., and A. Fogden, “Rheology and surface tension of water-based flexographic inks and implications for wetting of PE-coated board,” Nordic Pulp & Paper Research J., 20, 399-409, (2005).

2577. Pykonen, M., H. Sundqvist, M. Tuominen, J. Lahti, J. Preston, et al, “Influence of atmospheric plasma activation on sheet-fed offset print quality,” Nordic Pulp and Paper Research J., 23, 181-188, (2008).

2578. Pykonen, N., J. Preston, P. Fardim, and M. Toivakka, “Influence of plasma activation on absorption of offset ink components into pigment-coated paper,” Nordic Pulp and Paper Research J., 25, 95-101, (2010).

1703. Tyner, D.W., “Evaluation of repellant finishes applied by atmospheric plasma,” North Carolina State Univ., 2007.

1768. Kondyurin, A., B.K. Gan, M.M.M. Bilek, K. Mizuno, and D.R. McKenzie, “Etching and structural changes of polystyrene films during plasma immersion ion implantation from argon plasma,” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B251, 413-418, (2006).

1769. Dejun, L., Z. Jie, G. Hanqing, L. Mozhu, D. Fuqing, and Z. Qiqing, “Surface modification of medical polyurethane by silicon ion bombardment,” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B82, 57-62, (1993).

1770. Fu, R.K.Y., I.T.L. Cheung, Y.F. Mei, et al, “Surface modification of polymeric materials by plasma immersion ion implantation,” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B237, 417-421, (2005).

2540. Hegemann, D., H. Brunner, and C. Oehr, “Plasma treatment of polymers for surface and adhesion improvement,” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section B, 208, 281-286, (Aug 2003).

509. Lane, J.M., and D.J. Hourston, “Surface treatments of polyolefins,” Organic Coatings, 21, 269-284, (Mar 1993).

2155. Mark, J.E., ed., Polymer Data Handbook, 2nd Ed., Oxford Univ. Press, Apr 2009.

954. Owen, M.J., “Surface energy,” in Comprehensive Desk Reference of Polymer Characterization and Analysis, Brady, R.F. Jr., ed., 361-374, Oxford University Press, 2003.

2822. Robinson, K., “Static control for corona treaters,” PFFC, 25, 14-18, (Oct 2020).

2823. Eisby, F., “Surface treatment for labels: Evolving technology in a changing market,” PFFC, 25, 24, (Oct 2020).

1131. Kim, B.G., E.-H. Son, S.-E. Kim, and J.-C. Lee, “Surface properties of the novel fluoropolymer having extremely low surface energy,” PMSE Preprints, 93, 610-611, (2005).

1562. Gao, L., and T.J. McCarthy, “Ionic liquids for surface analysis,” PMSE Preprints, 97, 534-535, (Apr 2007).

1563. Kim, M., M.J. Lee, J. Kim, C.J. Choi, M.K. Jo, E. Jeon, and Y.S. Kim, “Anti-adhesion surface treatments of molds for high resolution unconventional lithography and applications,” PMSE Preprints, 97, 592-593, (Apr 2007).

1843. Zhang, C., B. Li, F. Yan, L. Wu, and O. Zhang, “Study of surface hydrophilicity and mechanical properties of polypropylene modified by peregal,” PMSE Preprints, 100, 237-238, (Mar 2009).

1844. Kan, C.W., and C.W.M. Yuen, “Influence of plasma treatment on the wettability and dryability of synthetic fibres,” PMSE Preprints, 100, 79-80, (Mar 2009).

408. no author cited, “Surface treatment improves polyethylene barrier properties,” Package Engineering, 26, 64-66, (Nov 1981).

114. Friedman, S., “In for a treat,” Package Printing, 45, 42-44, (Apr 1998).

115. Friedman, S., “Surface Buzz,” Package Printing, 46, 68-74, (Oct 1999).

148. Gunnerson, R., “An aura of power,” Package Printing, 40, 24+, (Aug 1993).

239. Millward, J., “A trick to treat?,” Package Printing, 48, 40-45, (Jan 2001).

 

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