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Recent Studies in Polymer Adhesion Mechanisms

  • Lieng-Huang Lee

Abstract

In 1967, Lee published two papers on adhesion of high polymers(1,2) on the basis of the Buche—Cashin—Debye equation(3)
$$[tex]D\eta = (A\rho kT/36)({R^2}/M)[/tex] $$
(1)
where D is the molecular diffusion constant, η the bulk viscosity, A Avogadro’s number, ρ the density, k Boltzmann’s constant, T the absolute temperature, M the molecular weight, and R 2 the mean-square end-to-end distance of a single polymer chain. It was concluded that the physical state of the polymer determines the major adhesion mechanism involved. Polymer adhesion can be subdivided into rubbery polymer-rubbery polymer adhesion (R—R adhesion), rubbery polymer—glassy polymer adhesion (R—G adhesion), and rubbery polymer—nonpolymer—solid adhesion (R—S adhesion). Diffusion, which depends to a great extent on the physical state of a polymer, is actually a limited selective process. Thus, diffusion of rubbery polymers can take place at the interface, but diffusion of a glassy polymer at a viscosity of 1013 poise or a diffusion constant of 10-21 cm2/sec appears to be nearly impossible. On the other hand, physical adsorption is common to all three types of the above adhesion systems.

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Electrical Double Layer Polymer Adsorption Disjoin Pressure Precursor Film Polymer Adhesion 
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  • Lieng-Huang Lee
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  1. 1.Webster Research CenterXerox CorporationWebsterUSA

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