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1509. Briggs, D., “Chemical analysis of polymer surfaces,” in Surface Analysis and Pretreatment of Plastics and Metals, Brewis, D.M., ed., 73-94, Applied Science, Feb 1982.

1510. Rance, D.G., “Thermodynamics of wetting: From its molecular basis to technological application,” in Surface Analysis and Pretreatment of Plastics and Metals, Brewis, D.M., ed., 121-152, Applied Science, Feb 1982.

1511. Dahm, R.H., “Surface treatments for polytetrafluoroethylene,” in Surface Analysis and Pretreatment of Plastics and Metals, Brewis, D.M., ed., 227-254, Applied Science, Feb 1982.

1349. Dukes, W.A., and A.J. Kinloch, “Preparing low-energy surfaces for bonding,” in Developments in Adhesives, Vol. 1, Wake, W.C., ed., Applied Science Publishers, 1977.

1364. Chang, K., and R.K. Force, “Time-resolved pyrene fluorescence for determination of polymer surface polarity: correlations with surface tension,” Applied Spectroscopy, 49, 211-215, (Feb 1995).

2088. Onyiriuka, E.C., L.S. Hersh, and W. Hertl, “Surface modification of polystyrene by gamma-radiation,” Applied Spectroscopy, 44, 808-811, (1990).

38. Breuer, J., S. Metev, G. Sepold, et al, “Laser-induced photochemical adherence enhancement,” Applied Surface Science, 46, 336-341, (1990).

45. Burrell, M.C., and J.J. Chera, “Surface analysis of BPA-polycarbonate/poly(butylene terephthalate) blends by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy,” Applied Surface Science, 35, 110-120, (1988).

262. Occhiello, E., M. Morra, F. Garbassi, and J. Bargon, “On the application of XPS, SSIMS, and QCM to study the surface of a CF4/O2 plasma treated polycarbonate,” Applied Surface Science, 36, 285-295, (1989).

265. Occhiello, E., M. Morra, F. Garbassi, D. Johnson, and P. Humphrey, “SSIMS studies of hydrophobic recovery: oxygen plasma treated PS,” Applied Surface Science, 47, 235-242, (1991).

813. Borcia, G., C.A. Anderson, and N.M.D. Brown, “The surface oxidation of selected polymers using an atmospheric pressure air dielectric barrier discharge: Part II,” Applied Surface Science, 225, 186-197, (Mar 2004).

1293. Neagu, E, and R. Neagu, “Polymer surface treatment for improvement of metal-polymer adhesion,” Applied Surface Science, 72, 231-234, (Nov 1993).

1295. Laurens, P., M. Ould Bouali, F. Meducin, and B. Sadras, “Characterization of modifications of polymer surfaces after excimer laser treatments below the ablation threshold,” Applied Surface Science, 154-155, 211-216, (2000).

1363. Borcia, G., C.A. Anderson, and N.M.D. Brown, “The surface oxidation of selected polymers using an atmospheric pressure air dielectric barrier discharge. Part I,” Applied Surface Science, 221, 203-214, (Jan 2004).

1367. Cui, N.Y., and N.M.D. Brown, “Modification of the surface properties of a polypropylene (PP) film using an air dielectric barrier discharge plasma,” Applied Surface Science, 189, 31-38, (Apr 2002).

1373. Hochart, F., J. Levalois-Mitjaville, R. De Jaeger, L. Gengembre, J. Grimblot, “Plasma surface treatment of poly (acrylonitrile) films by fluorocarbon compounds,” Applied Surface Science, 142, 574-578, (Apr 1999).

1640. Cui, N.-Y., C.A. Anderson, B.J. Meenan, and N.M.D. Brown, “Surface oxidation of a Melinex 800 PET polymer material modified by an atmospheric dielectric barrier discharge studied using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and contact angle measurement,” Applied Surface Science, 253, 3865-3871, (Feb 2007).

1645. Wang, K., W. Wang, D. Yang, Y. Huo, and D. Wang, “Surface modification of polypropylene non-woven fabric using atmospheric nitrogen dielectric barrier discharge plasma,” Applied Surface Science, 256, 6859-6864, (Sep 2010).

1734. Seidel, C., H. Kopf, B. Gotsmann, T. Vieth, H. Fuchs, and K. Reihs, “Ar plasma treated and Al metallised polycarbonate: an XPS, mass spectroscopy and SFM study,” Applied Surface Science, 150, 19-33, (1999).

1907. Elsner, C., M. Lenk, L. Prager, and R. Mehnert, “Windowless argon excimer source for surface modification,” Applied Surface Science, 252, 3616-3624, (Mar 2006).

1980. Frerichs, H., J. Stricker, D.A. Wesner, and E.W. Kreutz, “Laser-induced surface modification and metallization of polymers,” Applied Surface Science, 86, 405-410, (Feb 1995).

2068. Guruvenket, S., G. Mohan Rao, M. Komath, and A.M. Raichur, “Plasma surface modification of polystyrene and polyethylene,” Applied Surface Science, 236, 278-284, (Sep 2004).

2091. Sheng, E., I. Sutherland, D.M. Brewis, and R.J. Heath, “An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of flame treatment of polypropylene,” Applied Surface Science, 78, 249-254, (1994).

2423. Gomathi, N., and S. Neogi, “Surface modification of polypropylene using argon plasma: Statistical optimization of the process variables,” Applied Surface Science, 255, 7590-7600, (2009).

2546. Kurdi, J., H. Ardelean, P. Marcus, P. Jonnard, and F. Arefi-Khonsari, “Adhesion properties of aluminum-metallized/ammonia plasma-treated polypropylene: Spectroscopic analysis (XPS, EXES) of the aluminum/polypropylene interface,” Applied Surface Science, 189, 119-128, (Apr 2002).

2555. Pykonen, M., H. Sundqvist, J. Jarnstrom, O.-V. Kaukoniemi, and M. Tuominen, “Effects of atmospheric plasma activation on surface properties of pigment-coated and surface-sized papers,” Applied Surface Science, 255, 3217-3229, (Dec 2008).

2563. Wang, C., J.-R. Chen, and R. Li, “Studies on surface modification of poly(tetrafluoroethylene) film by remote and direct Ar plasma,” Applied Surface Science, 254, 2882-2888, (Feb 2008).

2615. Gururaj, T., R. Subasri, K.R.C. Soma Raju, and G. Padmanabham, “Effect of plasma pretreatment on adhesion and mechanical properties of UV-curable coatings on plastics,” Applied Surface Science, 257, 4360-4364, (Feb 2011).

2858. Zdziennicka, A., K. Szymczyk, J. Krawczyk, and B. Janczuk, “Some remarks on the solid surface tension determination from contact angle measurements,” Applied Surface Science, 405, 88-101, (May 2017).

895. Holman, S., “What's your problem?,” Australian Flexo, (Apr 2001).

2510. Desmet, T., R. Morent, N. De Geyter, C. Leys, E. Schacht, and P. Dubreuil, “Nonthermal plasma technology as a versatile strategy for polymeric biomaterials surface modification: A review,” Biomacromolecules, 10, 2351-2378, (2009).

2021. Giacometti, J.A., S. Fedosov, and M.M. Costa, “Corona charging of polymers: Recent advances on constant current charging,” Brazilian J. Physics, 29, (Jun 1999).

980. Lawson, D., and S. Greig, “Bare roll treaters vs. covered roll treaters,” British Plastics and Rubber, 43-46, (Mar 1998).

76. DePuydt, Y., P. Bertrand, Y. Novis, et al, “Surface analysis of corona treated poly(ethylene terephthalate),” British Polymer Journal, 21, 141-146, (1989).

128. Gervason, G., J. Ducom, and H. Cheradame, “Relationship between surface energy and adhesion strength in polyethylene-paper composites,” British Polymer Journal, 21, 53-59, (1989).

65. Conners, T.A., and S. Banerjee, eds., Surface Analysis of Paper, CRC Press, Jul 1995.

119. Garbassi, F., and E. Occhiello, “Surface modification,” in Concise Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia, Salamone, J.C., ed., 1542-1543, CRC Press, Aug 1998.

379. Waterhouse, J.F., “Mechanical and physical properties of paper surfaces,” in Surface Analysis of Paper, Conners, T.E., and S. Banerjee, eds., 72-89, CRC Press, Jul 1995.

624. Rigali, L., and W. Moffat, “Gas plasma: A dry process for cleaning and surface treatment,” in Handbook for Critical Cleaning, Kanegsberg, B., and E. Kanegsberg, eds., 337-342, CRC Press, Dec 2000.

745. Birdi, K.S., “Surface tension and interfacial tension of liquids,” in Handbook of Surface and Colloid Chemistry, 2nd Ed., Birdi, K.S., ed., 67-118, CRC Press, Sep 2002.

 

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