Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp 260–265 | Cite as

Effect of the substrate on the strength of adhesive-bonded joints

  • V. E. Basin
  • A. A. Berlin


The possibility of the adhesion failure of adhesives is discussed. It is shown that the properties of the adhesive film depend on the physicomechanical characteristics of the substrate as a result of the action of molecular forces.


Adhesive Film Adhesion Failure Molecular Force Physicomechanical Characteristic 
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