4 edition of Plasma polymerization processes found in the catalog.
by Elsevier, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y., U.S.A
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Hynek Biederman, Yoshihito Osada.|
|Series||Plasma technology ;, 3|
|LC Classifications||QD381.8 .B53 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||91043823|
Plasma has been applied in many polymer processes such as plasma polymerization, plasma polymer grafting, plasma etching on polymers, plasma surface modification and treatment of polymers, plasma surface cleaning prior to polymer deposition or glue bonding, and interfacial engineering of organic–organic and organic–inorganic interfaces. "Plasma polymerization" uses plasma sources to generate a gas discharge that provides energy to activate or fragment gaseous or liquid monomer, often containing a .
Both the above features together indicate the possible biomedical use of plasma polymerization as well as plasma treatment of polymer surfaces processes. The purpose of this review is to present the most significant efforts to develop such applications with the specification of particular fields where these efforts are Cited by: Plasma polymerization refers to the formation of polymeric material, by using either the plasma state of monomer or reactive species created in the plasma state. You can compare these two categories. Also there is possible that plasma treatment is confused with plasma polymerization.
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The aim of this book is to show how to make useful plasma polymerization processes resulting in polymeric (organic) materials - usually thin films of the desirable properties.
The main emphasis is on the detailed discussion of the deposition apparatus, deposition parameters and properties of the obtained historical background and the Pages: The aim of this book is to show how to make useful plasma polymerization processes resulting in polymeric (organic) materials - usually thin films of the desirable properties.
The main emphasis is on the detailed discussion of the deposition apparatus, deposition parameters and properties of. Outside Front Cover: Nonthermal plasma nanocrystal synthesis coupled with thermal or plasma enhanced atomic layer deposition can form bi-phasic nanocomposites with intriguing new materials the nanocomposite structure allows for tailoring the electrical, optical, and thermal characteristics.
The nanocomposites' biphasic nature enables independent control of several. Plasma polymerization processes. [Hynek Plasma polymerization processes book Yoshihito Osada] Plasma polymerization and related processes of polymer film formation. Fundamentals of Plasma Physics.
Electrical breakdown in a gas and the d.c. glow discharge. Characterization of low temperature plasma generated by a glow discharge. Book\/a>, schema. Plasma polymerization, or glow discharge polymerization (Yasuda, ), is the process of forming plasma-polymerized thin films based on PECVD using organic or organometallic precursors.
Briefly, plasma polymerization involves the fragmentation and subsequent deposition of organic precursors or monomers (Siow et al., ). Purchase Plasma Polymerization - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Yasuda, Y. Iriyama, in Comprehensive Polymer Science and Supplements, Introduction.
Plasma polymerization refers to the formation of polymeric materials by using either the plasma state of monomers, or reactive species created in the plasma state. Plasma is the fourth state of matter, consisting largely of ionized gas which maintains overall electrical neutrality.
This volume compiles essential contributions to the most innovative fields of Plasma Processes and Polymers. High-quality contributions cover the fields of plasma deposition, plasma treatment of polymers and other organic compounds, plasma processes under partial vacuum and at atmospheric pressure, biomedical, textile, automotive, and optical applications as well as surface treatment of bulk.
Plasma treatment and polymerization are important technologies for this purpose. This book provides a basic and thorough presentation of this subject.
This is probably the first book to cover plasma treatment and polymerization for the purpose of surface modification. Chemistry, processes and Cited by: Description; Chapters; Supplementary; Plasma Polymer Films examines the current status of the deposition and characterization of fluorocarbon- hydrocarbon- and silicon-containing plasma polymer films and nanocomposites, with plasma polymer matrix.
It introduces plasma polymerization process diagnostics such as optical emission spectroscopy (OES, AOES), and describes special. Get this from a library. Plasma processes and polymers. [Riccardo D'Agostino; et al] -- "This unique collection of refereed papers is based on the best contributions presented at the 16th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry in Taormina, Italy (ISPC, June ).
A high class. In this book a basic and thorough presentation of surface modification by plasma treatment and polymerization is presented. The chemistry, processes and applications of this new technology are Author: Mirko Nitschke.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Plasma Surface Modification and Plasma Polymerization by Norihiro Inagaki (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. Another advantage of the plasma polymerization process is the retention of the original monomer structure, whereas other processes tend to change it.
It is not understood how the cross-linked structure is formed, what the precursors are, and what plasma parameters will optimize the process. Plasma polymerization and its applications in textiles Dirk Hegemann" EMPA - Materials Science & Technology, Functional Fibers and Textiles, Lerchenfeldstrasse 5,Switzerland Plasma polymerization enables the deposition of thin coatings on all kinds of File Size: 3MB.
plasma treatment of plastic surfaces under ambient atmosphere, ultrafine surface cleaning with low-pressure plasma sources, and an example for the RF-PACVD deposition of protective and highly corrosion resistant thin glassy layers by plasma polymerization of HMDSO Size: 1MB.
Hynek Biederman, 2 books H. Yasuda, 1 book Symposium on Plasma Polymerization ( Miami Beach, Fla.), 1 book Hirotsugu Yasuda, 1 book N. Inagaki, 1 book American Chemical Society Symposium on Plasma Deposition of Polymeric Thin Films: Chemistry, Characterization, and Applications ( Denver, Colo.), 1 book H Yasuda, 1 book International.
Plasma Polymerization. In the plasma polymerization process, a monomer gas is pumped into a vacuum chamber where it is polymerized by a plasma to form a thin, clear coating.
The monomer starts out as a liquid. It is converted to a gas in an evaporator and is pumped into the vacuum chamber. A glow discharge initiates polymerization. Plasma polymerization relies on the activation of a precursor molecule in the plasma phase through collisional processes with energetic electrons and subsequent condensation of activated species.
Plasma Etch, Inc. has been a leader, innovator, and producer of plasma technology since We've developed a wide range of solutions for plasma cleaning, plasma etching, reactive ion etching (RIE), plasma treatment, surface modification, and other facets of plasma processing. Plasma polymerization is the other name of PECVD in the case of vapors of organic compounds as gaseous phases (the most case in the field of membranes).
Plasma polymerization has little in common with classical polymerization. Many side reactions occur during film deposition.Recently Viewed. Journal of Chemical Education. From Benzene to Graphene: Exploring the Electronic Structure of Single-Layer and Bilayer Graphene Using Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons.Since the earliest days of this field there has been an interest in correlating the structure of plasma polymer (PP) coatings with deposition parameters, most particularly with energy input per monomer molecule, E of our laboratories have developed methods for measuring E m (or somewhat equivalent, the apparent activation energy, E a) in low- (LP) and atmospheric-pressure (AP.