Modification of Polyimide Surface in Multilayer Structures for Architectural Films by Plasmochemical Treatment
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The paper presents the study of adhesive ability of metallic coating applied to the polymer substrate used in the multifunctional coatings of the intelligent architectural films. The studies of the polymer surface treated in argon and oxygen plasma showed that intermetallic layer is formed at the interface, which enhance metal film adhesion to the polymer surface. Technological modes of ion-plasma treatment of a polyimide film have been developed that increase the adhesive ability of the polymer surface, which will improve the performance characteristics of polymer materials and intelligent devices used in integrated systems for providing a comfortable environment.
KeywordsSmart glass Architectural polymer films Magnetron sputtering systems Adhesion
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