The adhesive properties of polyfluoroolefin films modified by direct-current discharge
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The influence of the treatment of various structures polyfluoroolefine films by the direct-current discharge at the anode and cathode on the properties of the surface (the value of the contact angles of wettability, work of adhesion, and surface energy and its polar and dispersive components) is studied. Measurements of the peel strength of plasma-treated films are conducted. It is shown that the direct-current discharge treatment makes it possible to substantially increase the peel strength of the polyfluoroolefin films.
Keywordsfilms of polyfluoroolefins plasma modification direct-current discharge treatment at anode and cathode surface properties contact angle of wettability surface energy peel strength
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