Interfacial Diffusion of Fluids in Pressure Sensitive Adhesives / EP. O'Brien, TC. Ward
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- Advances in Adhesives, Adhesion Science, and Testing (2004 : Washington, DC)
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- Ward, TC.
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- Diffusion of acetone at the interface of a bonded pressure sensitive adhesive tape was measured using single frequency capacitance measurements (SFCM) and a novel interdigitated electrode sensor design. The relative concentration of acetone at the bondline as a function of distance from the edge of the specimen and exposure time was correlated to adhesion loss measured by the 90¿̐ư peel test. This work suggests that these novel sensors are applicable for the study of interfacial diffusion processes. and could be extended to other coatings or adhesives in a variety of environments.
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- Volume 2005, Issue 1463 (January 2005)
- 9780803155077 (e-ISBN)
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