Atmospheric air-plasma treatments of polyester textile structures

@article{Leroux2006AtmosphericAT,
  title={Atmospheric air-plasma treatments of polyester textile structures},
  author={F. Leroux and A. Perwuelz and C. Campagne and N. Behary},
  journal={Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={20},
  pages={939 - 957}
}
The effects of atmospheric air-plasma treatments on woven and non-woven polyester (PET) textile structures were studied by surface analysis methods: wettability and capillarity methods, as well as atomic force microscopy/lateral force microscopy (AFM/LFM). The water contact angle on plasma-treated PET decreased from 80° to 50–40°, indicating an increase in the surface energy of PET fibres due to a change in the fiber surface chemical nature, which was confirmed by a higher fiber friction force… Expand
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