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Plasma surface modification and plasma polymerization

by N. Inagaki

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Published by Technomic Pub. Co. in Lancaster, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasma polymerization.,
  • Polymers -- Surfaces.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementN. Inagaki
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD381.8 .I53 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 265 p. :
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL817188M
    ISBN 101566763371
    LC Control Number95061774

    This book explores many applications, including the plasma polymerization technique, organic surface functionalization by initiated chemical vapor deposition, photoinduced functionalization on polymer surfaces, functionalization of polymers by hydrolysis, aminolysis, reduction, oxidation, surface modification of nanoparticles, and many more. Plasma Surface Modification of Polymers: Relevance to Adhesion by K. L. Mittal, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    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. Suggested Citation:"Plasma Deposition and Polymerization." National Research Council. Plasma Processing and Processing Science. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Plasmas are commonly used to treat textiles and lignocellulosics (paper and wood) to improve their.

    Ion implantation is a major application of plasma processing in a variety of applications in which the surfaces of materials are to be treated. The implantation process requires a source of ions and a means to accelerate them toward the surface. Two . 2. Surface Modification of Polymers by Plasma Polymerization Treatment With plasma surface modification, since chemical structure of the surface cannot be changed drastically due to restricted processed gas, it is not expected to get modified surface with absolutely different chemical and physical properties from the bulk one.


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Plasma surface modification and plasma polymerization by N. Inagaki Download PDF EPUB FB2

Plasma treatment and polymerization are important technologies for this purpose. This book provides a basic and thorough presentation of this subject. This is probably the first book to cover plasma treatment and polymerization for the purpose of surface modification.

Chemistry, processes and applications are detailed. In current materials R&D, high priority is given to surface modification techniques to achieve improved surface properties for specific applications requirements. Plasma treatment and polymerization are important technologies for this purpose.

This book provides a basic and thorough presentation of. In current materials R&D, high priority is given to surface modification techniques to achieve improved surface properties for specific applications requirements. Plasma treatment and polymerization are important technologies for this purpose.

This book provides a basic and thorough presentation of this subject. This is probably the first bookCited by: This book is a collection of invited papers (previously published in special issues of the Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology) written by internationally recognized researchers actively working in the field of plasma surface modification.

It provides a current, comprehensive overview of the plasma treatment of polymers. In contrast to plasma polymerization, plasma surface 5/5(1). The twin techniques of plasma polymerization and plasma surface treatment have both shown application as processes of sterilization (Holy et al.,Haddow et al., ).

Where additional manufacturing steps are required prior to clinical use plasma polymer coatings can withstand further sterilization by internationally accepted methods such Cited by: 4.

In contrast to plasma polymerization, plasma surface modification reactions do not cause thin-film deposition, and can therefore only modify the surface properties of organic substrates.

Plasma surface modifications are fast, efficient methods for improving the adhesion properties and other surface characteristics of a variety of polymeric Format: Hardcover. Plasma Surface Modification and Plasma Polymerization book. Plasma Surface Modification and Plasma Polymerization book.

By Norihiro Inagaki. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook chapter 4. 38 Pages. Surface Modification by Implantation. OH C = 0 C(0)OH C02 plasma 0 CO plasma 0 N02 plasma NO Author: Norihiro Inagaki.

Plasma polymerization is a single-step method and the monomer or combination of monomers is used in chemical modification of the surface layers. Of course, this depends on the monomer that is used. In plasma polymerization, the volatile molecules can form the polymer, and even those do not have functional groups such as vinyl and cyclic groups.

In this book a basic and thorough presentation of surface modification by plasma treatment and polymerization is presented. The chemistry, processes and applications of Author: Mirko Nitschke.

This is probably the first book to cover plasma treatment and polymerization for the purpose of surface modification. Chemistry, processes and applications are detailed.

More than figures include numerous schematics which illustrate the chemistry and processes. Tables: Plasmas and interactions between plasma and polymeric materials - Oxygen functionalities created at the surface of polyethylene films by plasmas - Surface energy for polyethylene films exposed to radical and plasma source - Elemental composition of polypropylene films treated with CCI4 plasma - Degradation of polymers - Electrical.

Plasma polymerization (or glow discharge polymerization) uses plasma sources to generate a gas discharge that provides energy to activate or fragment gaseous or liquid monomer, often containing a vinyl group, in order to initiate polymerization. Polymers formed from this technique are generally highly branched and highly cross-linked, and adhere to solid surfaces well.

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To promote the use of plasma technology within the electronics manufacturing industry, Plasmatreat USA, Inc. is launching a new online service for interested parties and existing customers in January Plasma treatment has many advantages in surface modification of natural fibre made textile products, including its effective alteration of surface properties of Author: Danmei Sun.

In contrast to plasma polymerization, plasma surface modification reactions do not cause thin-film deposition, and can therefore only modify the surface properties of organic substrates.

Plasma surface modifications are fast, efficient methods for improving the adhesion properties and other surface characteristics of a variety of polymeric. surface, polystyrene treated with low pressure plasma typically remains hydrophilic for many months.

While this is just one example of surface modification with low pressure plasma, plasma technology is extremely versatile and conducive to cleaning, treating or coating virtually all polymers.

Contact PLASMAtech for more information. Surface Modification by Plasma Polymerization: Film Deposition, Tailoring of Surface Properties and Biocompatibility / Menno T.

van Os Thesis University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands With references – With summary in Dutch ISBN 90 M. Cited by: Book review: Plasma surface modification and plasma polymerization N. Inagaki. Technomic Publishing, Basel, pp. xi+, price SFr ISBN 1‐‐‐1.

Abstract. Radio frequency plasma polymerization of vinylidene fluoride was used to modify the surface properties of nitrile rubber. The chemistry and frictional properties of the plasma films were by: 4.

Abstract. Plasma polymers are surface coatings formed in a plasma by the fragmentation of “monomer” molecules, the formation of reactive sites on surfaces (including newly formed plasma polymer) in contact with the plasma, and the reaction of Cited by: 1.Openair-Plasma ® activation ensures especially efficient surface modification of plastic, metal, textiles, glass, recycled and composite materials.

Surface energy is targeted by the plasma activation and achieved selectively, exactly where it is needed. The result is clearlybetter wetting capability of the surfaces.

PLASMA CHEMISTRY OF POLYMER SURFACES. We continue our discussion on the topic of polymer surface modification via a book on this most important subject: The Plasma Chemistry of Polymer Surfaces: Advanced Techniques for Surface Design, by Jörg Friedrich (WILEY-CVH Verlag GmbH& Co. KgaA, ).