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Plasma polymerization and plasma treatment of polymers

Plasma polymerization and plasma treatment of polymers

papers presented at the Symposium on plasma polymerization and plasma treatment of polymers held at the American Chemical Society, April 1987

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditor H.K. Yasuda.
SeriesApplied polymer symposia -- 42
ContributionsYasuda, H. K., American Chemical Society., Symposium on Plasma Polymerization and Plasma Treatment of Polymers (1987 : Washington)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14320564M

The process of polymerizing a gaseous monomer (e.g., tetrafluorethylene) in a radio-frequency (rf) field in a low vacuum whereby the monomer absorbs electromagnetic energy sufficiently to excite the π-bond thereby producing free radicals to initiate polymerization. The polymer .   Hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDS) was polymerized onto metallic and insulating substrates in a parallel-plate DC reactor. The limits of the DC reactor with respect to pressure and power were Cited by:

  Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Plasma deposition, treatment, and etching of polymers by, , Academic Pages:   Plasma Polymer Films examines the current status of the deposition and characterization of fluorocarbon-, hydrocarbon- and silicon-containing plasma polymer films and nanocomposites, with plasma polymer matrix. It introduces plasma polymerization .

Chapter 7 Atmospheric Plasma Treatment of Polymers for Biomedical Applications (pages –): N. Gomathi, A. K. Chanda and S. Neogi Chapter 8 Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Polymerization Surface Treatments by Dielectric Barrier Discharge for Enhanced Polymer?Polymer and Metal?Polymer . "Principles of Polymers-An Advanced Book" (GTP), plasma polymerization etc. in addition to the usual polymerization mechanisms such as radical, ionic and step polymerizations. It also includes.


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