This volume documents the proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Adhesion Aspects of Polymeric Coatings held in Newark, New Jersey, May 25-26, 2000. Since the first symposium, held in 1981, there had been tremendous research activity relative to the adhesion aspects of polymeric coatings. Polymeric coatings are used for a variety of purposes. Irrespective of the intended purpose of the coating, it must adequately adhere to the underlying substrate, otherwise delamination and other undesirable phenomena occur. So the need to understand the factors which influence adhesion of polymeric coatings and to control it to a desirable level is quite patent. This volume contains a total of 13 papers, which were all properly peer reviewed, revised and edited before inclusion. Furthermore, the authors were asked to update their manuscripts, so the information contained in this book should be current and fresh. The topics covered in this book include: factors influencing adhesion of polymeric coatings; ways to improve adhesion; formation and relevance of interphase in practical adhesion; adhesion/cohesion in painted plastics; imaging of polymer surfaces; effect of substrate residue (smut) on coating process; surface treatment of metals and glass by silanes; surface modification of polyphenylene sulfide plastics; resin bonding in dentistry; measurement of internal stresses in polymeric coatings; effect of steel surface composition on adhesion of paint; wet adhesion of coatings on wood; and modified tape test to measure adhesion of coatings.
Table of Contents
Preface Interphase: Formation, characterization and relevance to practical adhesion A.A. Roche, J. Bouchet and S. Bentadjine Depletion, a key factor in polymer adhesion G. Frens Attaining adhesion/cohesion within painted plastics R.A. Ryntz Scanning electric potential microscopy (SEPM) and electric force microscopy (EFM) imaging of polymer surfaces E.F. de Souza, M.M. Rippel, A.J. Keslarek, A. Galembeck, C.A.R. Costa, Ã‰.T. Neto and F. Galembeck The residue (smut) formed on aluminum alloys during hydrofluoric acid etching and its effect on a coating process A.P.S. Tihaiya, J.P. Bell, G.D. Davis and T.R. Hanlon Surface modification of metals by silanes D.Zhu and W.J. van Ooij Application of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in assessing the adsorption of siloxane polymers onto E-glass fibers L.G. Britcher, D. Kehoe and J.G. Matisons Surface modification of polyphenylene sulfide plastics to improve their adhesion to a dielectric adhesive Y. Wang and S. Rak Metal surface conditioning concepts for resin bonding in dentistry P. Pfeiffer, I. Nergiz and M. Ã–zcan Measurement of internal stresses in polymeric coatings using time resolved fluorescence T. Ikawa and T. Shiga Adhesion of an alkyd paint to cold rolled steel sheets: Effect of steel surface composition S. Maeda Analysis of the wet adhesion of coatings on wood M. de Meijer Modified tape test: Measurement of adhesion of insulator films to low dielectric constant organic polymers L.L.N. Goh, S.L. Toh, S.Y.M. Chooi, Y. Xu and T.E. Ta