2 edition of Polymer assisted surface modification by photons found in the catalog.
Polymer assisted surface modification by photons
Includes bibliographical references (p. -112) and index.
|Statement||Daniel Eduardo Weibel|
|Series||Materials Science and Technologies|
|LC Classifications||QD381.9.S97 .W45 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||2011008477|
The modification consists of oxidation (oxygen absorption by the upper most atomic layers) of the polymer by active oxygen radicals resulting in a considerable increase in the number of functional polar regions on the substrate surface. This results in increased surface energy rendering the surface hydrophilic (i.e., improved. Methods and systems for modifying a surface of a polymer with a shielded plasma are provided. The surface may be modified to create a surface with increased crosslinking and/or a particular mechanical property, such as a coefficient of friction. A shielding arrangement is used to modify the plasma to which the polymer surface is exposed, thereby providing a surface with the Cited by: 1.
Surface modification of a contact lens co‐polymer by plasma‐discharge treatments* D. W. Fakes Department of Pharmacy, Kings College, University of London, London SW3 6LX, UK. Polymer surface modification using novel underwater plasma (UWP) technique vorgelegt von M. Sc. Ranjit Sharad Joshi aus Nanded, Indien Inaugural-Dissertation Zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades des Doktors der Naturwissenschaften (Dr. rer. nat.) eingereicht bei Fakultät III Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaften und -technologienCited by: 1.
Surface modification of hydrophobic polymer surface into a hydrophilic or vice versa can be achieved by wet (acid, alkali), dry (plasma) and radiation treatments (ultraviolet radiation and laser) with out affecting the bulk properties . Glow discharge plasmas are generally used for the surface modification of polymers. Surface modification of natural fibers by photo-grafting and photo-curing M.A. Khan and MM. Hassan Surface modification of polypropylene for improved adhesion E. Sancaktar and N. Sunthonpagasit Surface modification of polymer-based materials to enhance their resistance to highly aggressive oxidative environments J.
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This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held Newark, New Jersey, MayPolymeric materials are intrinsically not very adhesionable and this necessitates their surface treatment to enhance their adhesion characteristics to other materials.
Since the first 4/5(1). The four major effects are surface cleaning, ablation or etching, cross- linking of near-surface molecules and modification of surface-chemical structure.
Plasma treatment can be used with great effect to improve the bond strength to polymer-fibre and polymer-polymer combinations. Plasma Modification of Polymer Surfaces and Plasma Polymerization Polymer assisted surface modification by photons useful and versatile approach to improve the surface properties of Author: Mirko Nitschke.
Surface modification is the act of modifying the surface of a material by bringing physical, chemical or biological characteristics different from the ones originally found on the surface of a material.
This modification is usually made to solid materials, but it is possible to find examples of the modification to the surface of specific liquids. Polymer surface modification by plasmas and photons C.-M.
Chan and T.-M. Ko Department of Chemical Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong and H.
Hiraoka Department of Chemistry, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong ELSEVIER ELSEVIER Cited by: Polymer assisted surface modification by photons. useful and versatile approach to improve the surface properties of polymers.
This new book examines the recent advances in. Polymer Surface Modification and Characterization (SPE books) [Chan, Chi-Ming] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Polymer Surface Modification and Characterization (SPE books)Author: Chi-Ming Chan. Although this is a rather new technology, polymer surface grafting offers versatile means for providing existing polymers with new functionalities such as hydrophilicity, adhesion, biocompatibility, conductivity, anti-fogging, anti-fouling, and lubrication.
Surface modification Surface Modification of Polymers by Grafting. In: Galina H Cited by: Polymer Assisted Surface Modification by Photons (Materials Science and Technologies) of laser surface modification technology and its applications.
summarizes the research results of the laser surface modification of a few decades. The book is 13 chapters. respectively. introduced the laser surface modification of the basic theory. special. Polymer Surface Modification and Characterization by Chi-Ming Chan (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Format: Hardcover. The topic of polymer surface modification is of tremendous contemporary interest because of its critical importance in many and varied technological applications where polymers are used.
Currently there is brisk research activity in unraveling the mechanisms of surface modification and finding ways to prolong the life of surface treatment. Interaction of Photons with Polymers: From Surface Modiﬁcation to Ablation Thomas Lippert The interaction of photons with a polymer can result in a and microstructuring/surface modification.
Lippert is author orco-authorof over technical articles including several book chapters. He has presented more than. USA1 US12/, USA USA1 US A1 US A1 US A1 US A US A US A US A1 US A1 US A1 Authority US United States Prior art keywords surface polymer substrate method according treatment plasma Prior art date Cited by: This book documents the proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held under the auspices of MST Conferences, LLC in Orlando, FL, JunePolymers are used for a variety of purposes in a host of technological applications and ev.
We report on the surface modification effects using allyl‐diglycol CR39 polymer induced by laser irradiation at nm F2 laser (VUV) and nm KrF laser. The motivation is to investigate the ablation effects on this polymer in optical waveguides application the ablation effects on this polymer in optical waveguides.
Fabrication of waveguides has been observed using Author: Rozalina Zakaria. Oxidizing polymeric surfaces Corona treatment. Corona treatment is a surface modification method using a low temperature corona discharge to increase the surface energy of a material, often polymers and natural fibers.
Most commonly, a thin polymer sheet is rolled through an array of high-voltage electrodes, using the plasma created to functionalize the surface. Inspired by nature, tunable wettability has attracted a lot of attention in both academia and industry. Various methods of polymer surface tailoring have been studied to control the changes in wetting behavior.
Polymers with a precisely controlled wetting behavior in a specific environment are blessed with a wealth of opportunities and potential applications exploitable in Cited by: 8.
"Describes new modification methods and applications for natural, synthetic, thermoplastic, and thermoset polymers that result from economic forces, commercial processes, and the latest research and development. Features chemical and physical technologies such as sulfonation, alkylation, acid/base hydrolysis, hydrogenation, stress orienting, annealing, 4/5(1).
Surface modification of polymers for biocompatibility via exposure to extreme ultraviolet radiation Inam Ul Ahad,1,2 Andrzej Bartnik,1 Henryk Fiedorowicz,1 Jerzy Kostecki,1 Barbara Korczyc,1 Tomasz Ciach,3 Dermot Brabazon2 1 Institute of Optoelectronics, Military University of Technology, 00– Warsaw, Poland 2 Advanced Processing Technology Research Centre.
structure (Fig. 2) and susceptibility to surface modification. Whereas PA-6 is high surface polarity polymer, being thus expected to show significant modification after rather short plasma exposure, PTFE has high chemical inertness and resistance to external agents and is presumed to show negligible modification unless largeFile Size: KB.New method of using laser ablation for film deposition that can be called as concurrent multi-beam multi-target matrix-assisted pulsed laser evaporation and pulsed laser deposition (MBMT-MAPLE/PLD) is described.
Practical MBMT-MAPLE/PLD system built at Dillard University has three separate laser beams, three targets and the remotely controlled plume overlapping Cited by: 1.To date, only a few works demonstrated NIR-activated surface modification [13,21,22,23].
Bagheri et al. demonstrated that highly efficient RAFT-polymerization can be used to grow polymer chains directly on the surface of inorganic materials (“grafting from”) such as lanthanide doped UCNPs. This polymerization process allowed for production Author: Polina Demina, Natalya Arkharova, Ilya Asharchuk, Kirill Khaydukov, Denis Karimov, Vasilina Rocheva.