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EFFECT OF PLASMA TREATMENTS ON WETTABILITY OF POLYSULFONE AND POLYETHERIMIDE

K. Asfardjani, Y. Segui, Y. Aurelle, N. Abidine
Published 1991 · Materials Science

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Experimental results on plasma treatments of polysulfone and polyetherimide to improve the wettability of these polymers are presented. The plasma is characterized by optical emission spectroscopy. The wettability of the polymer surfaces were checked by contact angle measurements and ESCA is used to compare the surfaces before and after plasma treatment. Correlations between contact angle, concentration of oxygen at the surface, and optical emission intensity of the OH radical have been established. Optimization of operational plasma parameters leading to the best wettability of the treated samples is reported.



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