The Use of Electron Microscopy for the Analysis of the Adhesive-Adherend Interface in the Aluminium-Aluminium Bonded Joint
Over the past 25–30 years much theoretical work has been carried out in an attempt to analyse the adhesive bond and hence determine the nature of the mechanisms of adhesion.
KeywordsAdhesive Joint Chromic Acid Anodic Film Peel Test Cohesive Failure
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