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Autohesion and adhesion of high polymers
S. S. Voyutskii
The work of Voyutskii and his colleagues in the Soviet Union in the mid years of the 20th century played a central part in establishing the Diffusion Theory of adhesion. This was applied to self-adhesion (called autohesion) of unvulcanised rubber. It was extended to polymer adhesion, more generally. According to this theory the molecules of the two parts of the specimen interdiffuse, so that the interface become diffuse and may eventually disappear. It was argued that the development of adhesion with time, the effects of molecular weight, of polarity and of cross-linking all proved that the adhesion was associated with the interdiffusion of polymer chains. This book is the classical exposition of the theory in the English language.
|Statement||translated from the Russian by S. Kaganoff ; translation editor: V.L. Vakula.|
|Series||Polymer reviews -- vol.4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 272p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
Based on the success and the warm reception accorded to the premier volume in this series “Progress in Adhesion and Adhesives” (containing the review articles published in Volume 2 () of the journal Reviews of Adhesion and Adhesives (RAA)), volume 2 comprises 14 review articles published in Volume 4 () of RAA. Sticking Together: The Science of Adhesion. My "popular science" book on adhesion is Sticking Together: The Science of Adhesion, also available from your favourite on-line gh, or perhaps because, it's a popular science book, it still gets to the heart of the core of adhesion science and will be insightful for many who don't want a hard-core .
Throughout the book there is a renewed emphasis on environmental implications of the use of adhesives and sealants. The scope of the Handbook, which features nearly articles from over 60 authors, includes the background science - physics, chemistry and material science - and engineering, and also aspects of adhesion relevant to the use of. This Symposium was designed to bring together scientists and technologists interested in the adhesion aspects of polymeric coatings, to provide a forum for discussion of latest findings, and to provide an opportunity for cross-pollination of ideas. The technical program contained a total of 46 papers by authors from various corners of the world.
polymers with a substrate), chemical bonding, mechanical interlocking etc. all of which may play a significant role in interfacial bonding. The energy required to separate the adhesive (coating) and the substrate is a function of the adhesion level i.e. interactions at the interface, but it alsoFile Size: KB. energy of Adhesion. The energy of adhesion is usually negative since in most cases energy is released. γ lv + γ sv > γ sl. Obviously, adhesion between two materials is favored by a low interfacial free energy and high surface free energies of liquid and solid. Unfortunately, only λ LV and θ can be directly measured.
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Voyutskii (S. Kaganoff. Introduction to adhesion Adhesion phenomena. Adhesion is the interatomic and intermolecular interaction at the interface of two is a multi-disciplinary topic which includes surface chemistry, physics, rheology, polymer chemistry, stress analysis, polymer physics and fracture by: In part II, technologies and methods for adhesion improvement on contact surface areas between polymer and ceramics, metal, other polymer and were summarized, followed by a.
4. Schonhorn, Conference on Adhesion, Nottingham, Septemberorganised by The Joint Services Non-metallic Materials Research Board,Cited by: 6. Autohesion (direct-bonding or self-bonding) is the formation of bonds between two surfaces of an identical polymer at elevated temperature (usually just above T g).It is an emerging technique that has the potential to cleanly and precisely join/bond polymers without the need for by: Buy Autohesion and adhesion of high polymers (Polymer reviews) by Voiutskii, S.
S (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : S. S Voiutskii. Autohesion of polymers is strongly in ﬂ uenced by surface properties of polymers that include surface energy and polarity , morphology [1 5], topography [1 6] and surface chemistry .Author: Firas Awaja.
Adhesion of Polymers. Adhesion is the tendency of dissimilar surfaces to stick to one another. It can be measured in terms of work of adhesion in J/m 2. It is the energy needed to separate 1m² of joined materials. It can also be measured as peel in N/m, which is the force required to pull off a strip of material that is 1 meter wide.
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Handbook of Adhesion by D. Packham,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 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). A review of the current understanding of adhesion between a synthetic polymer and a second material is presented. The information gives a broad picture of the issues and understanding.
How materials interact, coupling, interfaces, interdiffusion, failure mechanisms etc. A full understanding of the autohesion behavior of the ethylene/1-octene copolymers involves investigations at three different length scales: 1) the molecular scale which controls the interfacial structure; 2) the mesoscopic or microscopic scale which can provide information on the formation of interfaces and on how the energy is dissipated Cited by: 1.
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Plastics are materials with comparatively low surface free energy and correspondingly low interfacial adhesion when bonding, coating or printing. This applies particularly to water-based coating substances which tend to have a high surface tension.which, owing to their high surface tension, are incompatible with polymers and tend to form droplets instead of wetting the surface.
Generally, adhesion is dictated by mutual polar and nonpolar (disperse) interactions between the polymer and the coating mate-rial. The greater the similarity between the solid material and the.This book gives an up-to-date and thorough exposition of the state-of-the-art theories and availability of instrumentation needed to effect chemical and physical analysis of polymers.
This is supported by approximately references. The book should be of great interest to all those engaged in the subject in industry, university research.