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2641. Smith, R.E., “Low dyne level readings on epoxy coated steel,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/low-dyne-level-readings-on-epoxy-coated-steel/, Oct 2015.

2807. Smith, R.E., “Overtreatment of TPO,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/overtreatment-of-tpo/, Feb 2020.

2640. Smith, R.E., “Polarity of corona-treated polymer film,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/polarity-of-corona-treated-polymer-film/, Feb 2016.

2637. Smith, R.E., “Polymer surface energy vs. coefficient of friction (COF),” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/polymer-surface-energy-vs-coefficient-of..., Apr 2016.

2519. Smith, R.E., “Reason for 2 second timeframe in dyne testing,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/reason-for-2-second-time-frame-in-dyne-testing, Nov 2018.

2679. Smith, R.E., “Sample orientation for dyne testing,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/sample-orientation-for-dyne-testing/, Apr 2016.

2740. Smith, R.E., “Shelf life of 72 dyne/cm surface tension test fluids,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/shelf-life-of-72-dyne-cm-surface-tension-test-fluids, Nov 2018.

2684. Smith, R.E., “Shelf life of surface tension test fluids,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/shelf-life-of-surface-tension-test-fluids/, Mar 2017.

2692. Smith, R.E., “Should surface tension test fluids be stored at reduced temperature to achieve maximum shelf life?,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/should-surface-tension-test-fluids-be-stored-at-reduced-temperature-to-achieve-maximum-shelf-life/, Jun 2017.

2683. Smith, R.E., “Subsequent processing of dyne tested parts,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/subsequent-processing-of-dyne-tested-parts/, Nov 2016.

2820. Smith, R.E., “Test marker results seem inconclusive,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/test-marker-results-seem-inconclusive/, Nov 2020.

2639. Smith, R.E., “Testing metals for cleanliness,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/testing-metals-for-cleanliness/, Feb 2016.

2682. Smith, R.E., “Using surface tension test fluids to calibrate a tensiometer,” http://www.accudynetest.com/blog/using-surface-tension-test-fluids-to..., Sep 2016.

2643. Smith, R.E., “Using the dyne test to evaluate the cleanliness of metals,” http://www.accudynetest.com/dyne_test_metal_cleanliness, Mar 2016.

2113. Smith, R.E., “Using ACCU DYNE TEST Marker Pens to measure substrate surface energy,” http://www.accudynetest.com/pentest.html, 2003.

2118. Smith, R.E., “Polymer tables,” http://www.accudynetest.com/polymer_tables.html, Mar 2009.

2119. Smith, R.E., “Critical surface tension, surface free energy, contact angles with water, and Hansen Solubility Parameters for various polymers,” http://www.accudynetest.com/polytable_01.html, Mar 2009.

2120. Smith, R.E., “Surface free energy components by polar/dispersion and acid-base analysis, and Hansen Solubility Parameters for various polymers,” http://www.accudynetest.com/polytable_02.html, Mar 2009.

2121. Smith, R.E., “Critical surface tension and contact angle with water for various polymers,” http://www.accudynetest.com/polytable_03.html, Mar 2009.

2114. Smith, R.E., “Substrate surface energy testing,” http://www.accudynetest.com/qctest.html, 2003.

2117. Smith, R.E., “Recommended treatment levels for various polymer/process combinations,” http://www.accudynetest.com/recommended_treat_levels.html, Mar 2009.

2122. Smith, R.E., “Surface tension, Hansen Solubility Parameters, molar volume, enthalpy of evaporation, and molecular weight of selected liquids,” http://www.accudynetest.com/solubility_table.html, Jan 2009.

2124. Smith, R.E., “Surface tension components and molecular weights of selected liquids,” http://www.accudynetest.com/surface_tension_table.html, Jan 2009.

2116. Smith, R.E., “Surface treatment discussion,” http://www.accudynetest.com/surface_treatment.html, Mar 2009.

2125. Smith, R.E., “DuNouy tensiometer test method,” http://www.accudynetest.com/tensiometer_test_method.html, Apr 2009.

2126. Smith, R.E., “Introduction to tensiometry,” http://www.accudynetest.com/tensiometry_introduction.html, Apr 2009.

2123. Smith, R.E., “Viscosity, surface tension, specific density, and molecular weight of selected liquids,” http://www.accudynetest.com/visc_table.html, Jan 2009.

2115. Smith, R.E., “Practical industrial wettability testing,” http://www.accudynetest.com/wettability_testing.html, Apr 2009.

1354. no author cited, “Surface free energies of polymers - Optimisation of the determination of polymer surface free energy,” http://www.azom.com/details.asp?ArticleID=2097, 0.

1628. Mount, E.M., “Why is treatment such a poor indicator of surface quality?,” http://www.convertingmagazine.com/blog, Jan 2008.

1629. Mount, E.M. III, “Measuring treatment, part 1,” http://www.convertingmagazine.com/blog, Jan 2008.

1630. Mount, E.M. III, “Measuring treatment, part 2,” http://www.convertingmagazine.com/blog, Jan 2008.

1631. Mount, E.M. III, “Measuring treatment, part 3,” http://www.convertingmagazine.com/blog, Jan 2008.

2234. Mount, E.M. III, “PET film coatings for maintaining the surface energy of the films,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/2661/, Apr 2011.

2239. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: Delamination of adhesive lamination after several weeks,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/2995/, Jul 2011.

2430. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: Surface treatment and heat sealing OPP,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/3081/, Jan 2012.

2262. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: Plasma treatment and treatment retention,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/3444/, Oct 2011.

2296. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: Priming metallized films,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/3462/, Nov 2011.

2432. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: We are seeing differences in tape testing and lamination adhesion behavior,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/3877/, Feb 2012.

2442. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: Why are PP and PE not compatible?,” http://www.convertingquarterly.com/blogs/substrate-secrets/id/4266/, May 2012.

 

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