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126. Gerenser, L.J., J.F. Elman, M.G. Mason, and J.M. Pochan, “ESCA studies of corona-discharge-treated polyethylene surfaces by use of gas-phase derivatization,” Polymer, 26, 1162-1166, (1985).

137. Golub, M.A., T. Wydeven, and R.D. Cormia, “ESCA study of several fluorocarbon polymers exposed to atomic oxygen in low Eart h orbit or downstream from a radio-frequency oxygen plasma,” Polymer, 30, 1571-1575, (1989).

138. Golub, M.A., and R.D. Cormia, “ESCA study of poly(vinylidene fluoride) tetrafluoroethylene-ethylene copolymer and polyethylene exposed to atomic oxygen,” Polymer, 30, 1576-1581, (1989).

181. Kaczmarek, H., “Changes to polymer morphology caused by UV irradiation, I. Surface damage,” Polymer, 37, 189-194, (1996).

183. Kaelble, D.H., and J. Moacanin, “A surface energy analysis of bioadhesion,” Polymer, 18, 475-482, (1977).

212. Leclercq, B., M. Sotton, A Baszkin, and L. Ter-Minassian-Saraga, “Surface modification of corona treated poly(ethylene terephthalate) film: adsorption and wettability studies,” Polymer, 18, 675-680, (1977).

225. Lub, J., F.C.B.M. van Vroohoven, E. Brunnix, and A. Benninghoven, “Interaction of nitrogen and ammonia plasmas with polystyrene and polycarbonate studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, neutron activation analysis and static secondary ion mass spectrometry,” Polymer, 30, 40-44, (1989).

237. Mercx, F.P.M., “Improved adhesive properties of high-modulus polyethylene structures, II. Corona grafting of acrylic acid,” Polymer, 34, 1981-1983, (1993).

266. Occhiello, E., M. Morra, P. Cinquina, and F. Garbassi, “Hydrophobic recovery of oxygen-plasma-treated polystyrene,” Polymer, 33, 3007-3015, (1992).

288. Pochan, J.M., L.J. Gerenser, and J.F. Elman, “An ESCA study of the gas-phase derivatization of poly(ethylene terephthalate) treated by dry-air and dry-nitrogen corona discharge,” Polymer, 27, 1058-1062, (1986).

314. Schmidt, J.J., J.A. Gardella Jr., J.H. Magill, and R.L. Chin, “Surface spectroscopic studies of polymer surfaces and interfaces, II. Poly(tetramethyl-P-silphenylenesiloxane/poly(dimethylsiloxane) block copolymers,” Polymer, 28, 1462-1466, (1987).

425. Blythe, A.R., D. Briggs, C.R. Kendall, D.G. Rance, and V.J. Zichy, “Surface modification of polyethylene by electrical discharge and the mechanism of autoadhesion,” Polymer, 19, 1273+, (Nov 1978).

959. Bae, B., B.-H. Chun, and D. Kim, “Surface characterization of microporous polypropylene membranes modified by plasma treatment,” Polymer, 42, 7879-7885, (2001).

981. Choi, D.M., C.K. Park, K. Cho, and C.E. Park, “Adhesion improvement of epoxy resin/PE joints by plasma treatment of PE,” Polymer, 38, 6243-6249, (1997).

982. Nihlstrand, A., T. Hjertberg, and K. Johansson, “Plasma treatment of polyolefins - influence of material composition, 2: Lacquer adhesion and locus of failure,” Polymer, 38, 3591-3599, (1997).

984. Nihlstrand, A., T. Hjertberg, and K. Johansson, “Adhesion properties of oxygen plasma-treated polypropylene-based copolymers,” Polymer, 38, 1557-1563, (1997).

1036. Nihlstrand, A., T. Hjertberg, and K. Johansson, “Plasma treatment of polyolefins - influence of material composition, 1: Bulk and surface characterization,” Polymer, 38, 3581-3589, (1997).

1196. Brewis, D.M., and D. Briggs, “Adhesion to polyethylene and polypropylene,” Polymer, 22, 7-16, (1981).

1442. Badey, J.P., E. Espuche, D. Sage, B. Chabert, Y. Jugnet, C. Batier, T.M. Duc, “Comparative study of the effects of ammonia and hydrogen plasma downstream surface treatment on the surface modification of polytetrafluoroethylene,” Polymer, 37, 1377-1386, (1996).

1446. Badey, J.P., E. Urbaczewski-Espuche, Y. Jugnet, D. Sage, and T.M. Duc, “Surface modification of polytetrafluoroethylene by microwave downstream treatment,” Polymer, 35, 2472-2479, (Jun 1994).

1454. Youxian, D., H.J. Griesser, A.W.H. Mau, R. Schmidt, and J. Liesegang, “Surface modification of polytetrafluoroethylene by gas plasma treatment (to increase the surface energy),” Polymer, 32, 1126-1130, (1991).

1800. Hwang, S.S., D.R. Iyengar, E.J. Kramer, and C.K. Ober, “Synthesis and characterization of fluorinated block copolymers for low surface energy applications,” Polymer, 36, 1321-1325, (1995).

1915. Ferreira, L., B. Evangelista, M.C.L. Martins, P.L. Granja, et al, “Improving the adhesion of poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibers to poly(hydroxyethyl methacrylate) hydrogels by ozone treatment: Surface characterization and pull-out tests,” Polymer, 46, 9840-9850, (Nov 2005).

2553. Park, Y.W., and N. Inagaki, “Surface modification of poly(vinylidene fluoride) film by remote Ar, H2, and O2 plasmas,” Polymer, 44, 1569-1575, (Mar 2003).

2775. Kano, Y., and S. Akiyama, “Critical surface tension of poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoroacetone) by the contact angle method,” Polymer, 33, 1690-1695, (1992).

2828. Farris, S., S. Pozzoli, P. Biagioni, L. Duo, S. Mancinelli, and L. Piergiovanni, “The fundamentals of flame treatment for the surface activation of polyolefin polymers - A review,” Polymer, 51, 3591-3605, (Jul 2010).

2083. Lee, J.H., and H.B. Lee, “Surface modification of polystyrene dishes for enhanced cell culture,” Polymer (Korea), 16, 680-686, (Nov 1992).

136. Golub, M.A., T. Wydeven, and R.D. Cormia, “ESCA study of Kapton exposed to atomic oxygen in low Earth orbit or downstream from a radio-frequency oxygen plasma,” Polymer Communications, 29, 285-288, (1988).

592. Waddington, S., and D. Briggs, “Adhesion mechanisms between polymer coatings and polypropylene studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and secondary ion mass spectrometry,” Polymer Communications, 32, 506-508, (1991).

2035. Masse, P., J.P. Cavrot, P. Francois, J.M. Lefebvre, and B. Escaig, “Adhesion improvement of high modulus polyethylene fibers by surface plasma treatment: Evaluation by pull-out testing,” Polymer Composites, 15, 247-251, (Jun 1994).

1232. Matsunaga, M., and P.J. Whitney, “Surface changes brought about by corona discharge treatment of polyethylene film and the effect on subsequent microbial colonisation,” Polymer Degradation and Stability, 70, 325-332, (2000).

1440. Duca, M.D., C.L. Plosceanu, and T. Pop, “Surface modifications of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) under radiofrequency (RF) argon plasma,” Polymer Degradation and Stability, 61, 65-72, (1998).

1583. Friedrich, J., I. Loeschcke, H. Frommelt, et al, “Aging and degradation of poly(ethylene-terephthalate) in an oxygen plasma,” Polymer Degradation and Stability, 31, 97-114, (1991).

2503. Bismarck, A., W. Brostow, R. Chiu, H.E.H. Lobland, and K.K.C. Ho, “Effects of surface plasma treatment on tribology of thermoplastic polymers,” Polymer Engineering & Science, 48, 1971-1976, (Oct 2008).

50. Carley, J.F., and P.T. Kitze, “Corona-discharge treatment of polyethylene films, I. Experimental work and physical effects,” Polymer Engineering and Science, 18, 326-334, (Mar 1978).

184. Kaelble, D.H., “Interface degradation processes and durability,” Polymer Engineering and Science, 17, 474-477, (1977).

254. Nakayama, Y., F. Soada, and A. Ishitani, “Surface analysis of plasma-treated poly(ethylene terephthalate) film,” Polymer Engineering and Science, 31, 812-817, (1991).

355. Stradal, M., and D.A.I. Goring, “The effect of corona and ozone treatment on the adhesion of ink to the surface of polyethylene,” Polymer Engineering and Science, 17, 38-41, (1977).

371. van Ness, K.E., “Surface tension and surface entropy for polymer liquids,” Polymer Engineering and Science, 32, 122-129, (Jan 1992).

548. Porta, G.M., D.F. Foust, et al, “Adhesion properties of glow-discharge-plasma-treated polyethylene surface,” Polymer Engineering and Science, 47, 1175-1184, (1993).

 

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