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103. Fowkes, F.M., and W.D. Harkins, “The state of monolayers adsorbed at the interface solid-aqueous solution,” J. American Chemical Society, 62, 3377-3386, (1940).

209. Langmuir, I., “Overturning and anchoring of monolayers,” Science, 87, 493-500, (1938).

1484. Hamaker, H.C., “The London van der Waals attraction between spherical particles,” Physica, 4, 1058-1072, (1937).

2294. Wenzel, R.N., “Resistance of solid surfaces to wetting by water,” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, 28, 988-994, (1936).

521. Mack, G.L., “The determination of contact angles from measurement of the dimensions of small bubbles and drops,” Intl. J. Physical Chemistry, 40, 159+, (1936).

2889. Mark, G.L., and D.A. Lee, “The determination of contact angles from measurements of the dimensions of small bubbles and drops II. The sessile drop method for obtuse angles,” J. Physical Chemistry, 40, 169-176, (1935).

2886. Bartell, F.E., and A.D. Wooley, “Solid-liquid-air contact angles and their dependence upon the surface condition of the solid,” J. American Chemical Society, 55, 3518-3527, (1933).

551. Rideal, E.K., An Introduction to Surface Chemistry, 2nd Ed., Cambridge University Press, 1930.

156. Harkins, W.D., and H.F. Jordan, “A method for the determination of surface and interfacial tension from the maximum pull on a ring,” J. American Chemical Society, 52, 1751-1772, (1930).

113. Freud, B.B., and H.Z. Freud, “A theory of the ring method for the determination of surface tension,” J. American Chemical Society, 52, 1772-1782, (1930).

454. Dorsey, N.E., “Ring methods for surface tension measurement,” Science, 69, 189+, (1929).

1492. Washburn, E.W., “The dynamics of capillary flow,” Physical Review, 17, 273-283, (1921).

1342. Lecomte du Nouy, P., “A new apparatus for measuring surface tension,” J. Gen. Physiol., 1, 521-524, (1919).

599. Willows, R.S., and E. Hatschek, Surface Tension and Surface Energy and Their Influence on Chemical Phenomena, J. & A. Churchill, 1915.

2884. Young, T., “An essay on the cohesion of fluids,” Phil Trans Royal Society of London, 95, 65-87, (1805).

2944. no author cited, “Dynamic contact angle measurements on curved surfaces by using the bridge-function (Application note 22),” https://www.dataphysics-instruments.com/Downloads/22,

2943. no author cited, “Calculation of a new reference liquid by measurement on a known solid surface (Application note 17),” https://www.dataphysics-instruments.com/Downloads/17,

2942. no author cited, “Determination of contact angles by different methods of dropshape analysis (Application note 12),” https://www.dataphysics-instruments.com/Downloads/12,

2941. no author cited, “Simplified determination of the surface free energy of polymers (Application note 6),” https://www.dataphysics-instruments.com/Downloads/6,

2940. no author cited, “Optimisation of the determination of surface free energies of polymers (Application note 4),” https://www.dataphysics-instruments.com/Downloads/4,

2939. no author cited, “Determination of the surface tension between a printing ink and fountain water during the offset process (Application note 3),” https://www.dataphysics-instruments.com/Downloads/3,

2911. no author cited, “How are probe liquids selected for surface energy measurements?,” https://www.physics.stackexchange.com/questions/243750/how-are-probe-liquids-selected,

2907. no author cited, “Contact angle: A guide to theory and measurement,” Ossila,

2888. Kranias, S., “Effect of drop volume on static contact angles,” Kruss GmbH, 0.

2859. no author cited, “Wetting and contact angle (TeachEngineering STEM Curriculum for K-12),” https://www.teachengineering.org/lessons/view/duk__surface tensionunit_less3,

2857. no author cited, “Surface treatment and adhesion of APTIV [PEEK] film,” Victrex,

2854. no author cited, “Destructioning the ozone produced by the corona treatment,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2853. no author cited, “Plasma treatment at atmospheric pressure conditions,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2851. no author cited, “Corona vs. plasma: A comparison between surface treatments,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2850. no author cited, “Plasma and corona surface treatment offer solutions to solve adhesion problems,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2849. no author cited, “Main applications of plasma treatment,” Ferrarini & Binelli,

2848. no author cited, “Why corona treatment?,” Ferrarini & Benelli,

2814. Shi, F., B. Zhang, J. Ii, and Y. Hei, “Relationship of carbon fiber surface composition to surface energy,” AVIC Composite Co. Ltd.,

2805. no author cited, “A practical means to measure surface treatment levels of PE film using PGX+, a new portable contact angle instrument,” https://www.testingmachines.com/pdf/contact-angle-vs-dyne-pen.pdf,

2802. Bailey, A.I., “Surface and interfacial tension,” www.thermopedia.com/content/30/,

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

2753. no author cited, “Corona treatment,” www.facebook.com/electrotechindustries.india/ (or www.linkedin.com/in/etinc/), 0.

2677. no author cited, “Wetting tension and contact angle,” http://www.polyprint.com/flexographic-wetting.htm,

2665. Markgraf, D.A., “Corona treater station design & construction: Meeting the converting challenge,” Enercon Industries,

 

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