A model for plasma modification of polypropylene using atmospheric pressure discharges

@inproceedings{Dorai2003AMF,
  title={A model for plasma modification of polypropylene using atmospheric pressure discharges},
  author={Rajesh Dorai and Mark J. Kushner},
  year={2003}
}
Atmospheric pressure plasmas are commonly used to improve the wetting and adhesion properties of polymers. In spite of their use, the mechanisms for achieving these properties are unclear. In this regard, we report on a computational investigation of the gas phase and surface kinetics during humid-air corona treatment of polypropylene (PP) and the resulting modification of its surface properties while varying energy deposition, relative humidity (RH), web speed, and gas temperature. Using… CONTINUE READING
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