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2438. Cohen, E.D., “Web coating defects: Role of substrate in defect formation,” Converting Quarterly, 2, 63-65, (May 2012).

2462. Wolf, R.A., “Graphics adhesion advice for IML & shrink-sleeve films,” Converting Quarterly, 2, 48-51, (Oct 2012).

2587. Gilbertson, T.J., and M. Plantier, “Blame the corona treater - the truth about watt density, dyne levels, and adhesion,” Converting Quarterly, 4, 82-84, (Apr 2014).

2608. Wolf, R.A., “Polyolefin-film surface preparation leveraging atmospheric plasma,” Converting Quarterly, 5, 67-71, (Jan 2015).

2612. Hyllberg, B., “Corona-treating roll covering technology and innovation, Part 1,” Converting Quarterly, 4, 56-60, (Jul 2014).

2613. Hyllberg, B., “Corona treating roll covering technology and innovation: Part 2,” Converting Quarterly, 4, 66-69, (Oct 2014).

2617. Nielsen, R., “What is the future of adhesion for water-based inks and adhesives on raw BOPP film?,” Converting Quarterly, 5, 78-81, (May 2015).

2618. Bishop, C.A., “Vacuum verbiage: How do nucleation, surface wetting affect thin-film crystal characteristics?,” Converting Quarterly, 5, 18-19, (Aug 2015).

2630. Abbott, S., “Adhesion Apps: What is NOT important in adhesion?,” Converting Quarterly, 6, 10, (Jan 2016).

2648. Abbott, S., “Adhesion Apps: What IS important in adhesion?,” Converting Quarterly, 6, 12-13, (May 2016).

2649. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: How do we test for invisible variations in film surface energy?,” Converting Quarterly, 6, 14-15, (May 2016).

2666. Abbott, S., “Adhesion Apps: Why does a higher level of cross-linking actually make adhesion weaker?,” Converting Quarterly, 6, 16-17, (Aug 2016).

2670. Abbott, S., “Adhesion Apps: Why is 'real' adhesion 'unknowable'?,” Converting Quarterly, 6, 12-13, (Nov 2016).

2671. Fichtner, J, T. Beck, and S. Gunther, “Surface modification of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and oxide-coated PET for adhesion improvement,” Converting Quarterly, 6, 48-54, (Nov 2016).

2676. Blake, T.D., “An introduction to wetting and its relevance to coating,” Converting Quarterly, 7, (Jan 2017).

2688. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: How can we optimize various substrate surfaces for proper adhesion?,” Converting Quarterly, 7, 16-17, (May 2017).

2689. Abbott, S., “Adhesion Apps: How does entanglement result in strong adhesion?,” Converting Quarterly, 7, 14-15, (May 2017).

2697. Abbott, S., “Adhesion Apps: How do we achieve strong adhesion with polymers that have to be weak?,” Converting Quarterly, 7, 14-15, (Jul 2017).

2698. Dillingham, G., “Film surface properties: Techniques for measurement and control of treatment level,” Converting Quarterly, 7, 58-64, (Jul 2017).

2699. Kumar, S., “Liquid transfer in printing processes,” Converting Quarterly, 7, 74-80, (Jul 2017).

2702. Abbott, S., “What is the real science behind PSAs and release coatings?,” Converting Quarterly, 7, 12-13, (Nov 2017).

2729. Cohen, E.D., “Coating concepts: What solution properties need to be controlled for effective web coating?,” Converting Quarterly, 8, 18-19, (Apr 2018).

2730. Cohen, E.D., “Substrate properties required for quality web-coated products,” Converting Quarterly, 8, 58-61, (Apr 2018).

2799. Mount, E.M. III, “Substrate secrets: How do we design a substrate to have enhanced surface chemistry? Part 1,” Converting Quarterly, 9, 12, (Oct 2019) (also in http://www.convertingquarterly.com/substrates/how-do-we-design-a-substrate...).

2800. Wolf, R.A., “Novel surface-treatment gap-adjustment technology automatically fits web changes,” Converting Quarterly, 9, 53-56, (201910).

2835. McKell, K., and K. Bredgaard, “Specialized plasma technology improves adhesion of water-based materials,” Converting Quarterly, 10, 47-50, (Oct 2020).

2836. Wolf, R.A., “Modifying surface properties in extrusion coating & laminating,” Converting Quarterly, 10, 52-56, (Oct 2020).

1775. Gilbertson, T.J., and M. Plantier, “Blame the corona treater: The truth about watt density, dyne levels & adhesion,” Converting Solutions, 24, 22-27, (Feb 2019).

2135. no author cited, “Corona: An evolving process,” Converting Today, 0, 19, (Apr 2007).

613. no author cited, “Ceramic coat raises corona efficiency, lowers cost,” Converting World, 6, (Mar 1991).

936. Griese, E.W. Jr., “Surface energy and surface tension,” Cork Ind., Dec 1994.

937. Griese, E.W. Jr., “Surface energy & printing success,” Cork Ind., Feb 1995.

2335. Boenig, H.V., Plasma Science and Technology, Cornell University Press, 1982.

1550. Stobbe, B.D., “Frequency effects on corona discharge treatment,” Corotec Corp., 0.

2086. Minzari, D., P. Moller, P. Kingshott, L.H. Christensen, and R. Ambat, “Surface oxide formation during corona discharge of AA 1050 aluminum surfaces,” Corrosion Science, 50, 1321-1330, (May 2008).

1242. Ozdemir, M., C.U. Yurteri, and H. Sadikoglu, “Physical polymer surface modification methods and applications in food packaging polymers,” Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 39, 457-477, (Jul 1999).

2866. Karbowiak, T., F. Debeaufort, and A. Voilley, “Importance of surface tension characterization for food, pharmaceutical and packaging products: A review,” Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 46, 391-407, (2006).

1684. Gulejova, B., M. Simor, J. Rahel, D. Kovacik, and M. Cernak, “Hydrophilization of polyester nonwoven fabrics by atmospheric nitrogen plasma treatment,” Czech J. Physics, Supplement D, 52, 861-865, (2002).

1240. Morvova, M., “The influence of water vapour and temperature on depletion of carbon monoxide in d.c. corona discharge,” Czechoslovak J. Physics, 49, 1703-1719, (Dec 1999).

2181. Sparavigna, A.C., and R.A. Wolf, “Electron and ion densities in corona plasma,” Czechoslovak J. Physics, 56, B1062-1067, (Oct 2006).

 

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