English, Article edition: MODIFICATION OF WETTING PROPERTIES OF PMMA BY IMMERSION PLASMA ION IMPLANTATION N. MIREAULT; G. G. ROSS

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  • MODIFICATION OF WETTING PROPERTIES OF PMMA BY IMMERSION PLASMA ION IMPLANTATION
Author
  • N. MIREAULT
  • G. G. ROSS
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  • Advancing and receding contact angles below 5° have been obtained on PMMA surfaces with the implantation of argon and oxygen ions. The ion implantations were performed by means of the Immersion Plasma Ion Implantation (IPII) technique, a hybrid between ion beams and immersion plasmas. Characterization of treated PMMA surfaces by means of XPS and its combination with chemical derivatization (CD-XPS) have revealed the depletion of oxygen and the creation of dangling bonds, together with the formation of new chemical functions such as âOOH, âCOOH and C=​C. These observations provide a good explanation for the strong increase of the wetting properties of the PMMA surfaces.
  • PMMA, wetting, immersion plasma ion implantation, CD-XPS, contact angle hysteresis
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:15:y:2008:i:04:p:345-354
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  • English
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