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AuthorNovak, I.
AuthorPopelka, A.
AuthorValentin, M.
AuthorChodak, I.
AuthorSpirkova, M.
AuthorToth, A.
AuthorKleinova, A.
AuthorSedliacik, J.
AuthorLehocky, M.
AuthorMaronek, M.
Available date2016-06-21T13:29:05Z
Publication Date2014
Publication NameInternational Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization
CitationI. Novak , A. Popelka , M. Valentin , I. Chodak , M. Spirkova , A. Toth , A. Kleinova , J. Sedliacik , M. Lehocky & M. Maronek (2014) "Surface Behavior of Polyamide 6 Modified by Barrier Plasma in Oxygen and Nitrogen", International Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization, 19:1, 31-38
AbstractPolyamide (PA) 6 was modified by diffuse coplanar surface barrier discharge (DCSBD) plasma in an atmosphere of nitrogen and oxygen. The surface roughness decrease of PA 6 was detected by AFM and nano-indentation after modification in DCSBD plasma. A significant increase in O/C and N/C ratios of plasma-modified PA 6 using XPS analysis was found. The results show the importance of introducing oxygenic polar functional groups on the polymeric surface in order to increase its surface energy during a short time of plasma activation. The modification of PA 6 by DCSBD oxygen plasma was more efficient than by nitrogen plasma.
SponsorMinistry of Education of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Academy of Sciences, projects VEGA (grants no. 2/0185/10, 2/0199/14, and 1/0581/12) as well to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Czech Republic (CZ.1.05/2.1.00/03.0111)
PublisherTaylor & Francis
SubjectBarrier plasma
SubjectSurface energy
TitleSurface Behavior of Polyamide 6 Modified by Barrier Plasma in Oxygen and Nitrogen
Issue Number1
Volume Number19

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