Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp 312–314 | Cite as

Factors in the adhesion strength of polymers toward a solid substrate

  • B. Z. Cherkinskii
  • G. I. Gushchina
  • O. I. Seregina
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The true adhesion is looked upon as the sum of the experimentally determined strength of the glued area, internal stresses, and unaccountable technological losses (unrealized contacts). It has been established that the internal stresses do not depend on the value of the adhesion strength.


Polymer Internal Stress Adhesion Strength Solid Substrate True Adhesion 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1976

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  • B. Z. Cherkinskii
  • G. I. Gushchina
  • O. I. Seregina

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