Acid-Base Interactions: Relevance to Adhesion Science and Technology: Volume 2

Acid-Base Interactions: Relevance to Adhesion Science and Technology: Volume 2

By: Kash L. Mittal (editor)Hardback

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This book documents the proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Acid-Base Interactions: Relevance to Adhesion Science and Technology held in Newark, New Jersey, October 19--21, 1998. Since the first symposium on this topic was held on the occasion of the 75th birthday of Professor Frederick M. Fowkes in 1990, it was deemed opportune and necessary to hold the second symposium on this topic. This symposium was organized with the following objectives in mind: (i) to consolidate the R&D activity carried out since the first symposium, (ii) to provide a forum for discussion of latest research results, (iii) to provide an opportunity for cross-pollination of ideas, (iv) to identify topics where there was discordance of opinion or discrepancy, and (v) to highlight areas which needed intensified R&D activities. The final technical program contained a total of 36 papers by researchers and technologists from academia, industry and other organizations. This book contains a total of 32 papers, which were rigorously peer reviewed and suitably revised before inclusion in this book. The book is divided into three parts as follows: Part 1: Fundamental Aspects of Acid-Base Interactions; Part 2: Characterization of the Acid-Base Properties of Materials; and Part 3: Applications of Acid-Base Interactions. The topics covered include: Surface free energy acid-base theory applied to solid surfaces; Good, van Oss and Chaudhury theory; contact angle measurements and interpretation; acid-base theory of contact angles; acid-base strength of solid surfaces; acid-base interactions at solid surfaces; acid-base interactions at the molecular level; characterization of acid-base properties of a host of materials (polymers, wood, glass, ceramics, silica particles, textile fibers, rocks) by XPS, inverse gas chromatography, immersion calorimetry, contact angle titration, and thin layer wicking; and relevance of acid-base interactions to bioadhesion, microbial adhesion, polymer adhesion, and adhesion in reinforced polymer composites.

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PART 1 FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF ACID-BASE INTERACTIONS: Repulsive acid-base interactions - Fantasy or reality, W.V. Chang and X. Qin; Troubleshooting of surface free energy acid-base theory applied to solid surfaces - the case of Good, van Oss and Chaudhury theory, C. Della Volpe and S. Siboni; Contact angle measurements and contact angle interpretation - relevance to the thermodynamics of adhesion, D.Y. Kwok and A.W. Neuman; On the acid-base theory of contact angles, R.J. Good; Acid-base interactions as the driving force for both hydrophobic attraction and hydrophilic repulsion, C.J. van Oss; Irrelevance of the ratio of the electron-accepticity to the electron-donicity of water with respect to the determination of polar surface tension components, interfacial tensions and free energies of interaction of liquids and/or solids, C.J. van Oss; Electronic properties and modifications of acid-base strengths at non-stoichiometric and polar oxide surfaces, F. Finocchi and C. Noguera; Accurate calculations of core-electron binding energies (CEBEs) via density functional theory - towards an evidencing of acid-base effects at real interfaces via XPS, J. Charlier, C. Bureau, D.P. Chong, S. Kranias and G. Lecayon; Acid-base interactions at the molecular level - Adhesion and friction studies with interfacial force microscopy, A.R. Burns, J.E. Houston, R.W. Carpick and T.A. Michalske; Quantifying the impact of surface complexation on acid-base interactions, M.A. Butkus and D. Grasso; Acid-base interactions on surfaces of wet and dry inorganic oxides, C.I. Contescu and J.A. Schwarz. PART 2 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ACID-BASE PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Characterization of acid-base properties of polymer surfaces by XPS, M.M. Chehimi, M. Delamar, J. Kurdi, F. Arefi-Khonsari, V. Lavaste and J.F. Watts; Determination of the acid-base properties of solid surfaces using Inverse Gas Chromatography - advantages and limitations, H. Balard, E. Brendle and E. Papirer; Surface energy and acid-base properties of solids studied by immersion calorimetry, J.-M. Douillard and V. Medout-Marere; Comparison of two procedures for assessing the acidity of polymer surfaces graded in acid content, T.B. Lloyd and J.A. Coleman; Comparison of acid-base characterization techniques on lignocellulosic surfaces, D.J. Gardner, S.Q. Shi and W.T. Tze; Assessment of acid-base character of polymer surfaces from contact angle and other surface chemical data, F.M. Etzler, J. Simmons, N. Ladyzhynsky, V. Thomas and S. Maru; Characterization of acid-base properties of surfaces by contact angle titration - application to the adhesive bonding of silicon carbide, S. Helt, J. Evieux, Y. Baziard, V. Nassiet and J.-A. Petit; Thin layer wicking - methods for the determination of acid-base free energies of interaction, E. Chibowski; Determination of the acid-base properties of the human skin surface - influence of skin lipids, A. Mavon. (Part contents).

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  • publication date: 28/09/2000
  • ISBN13: 9789067643252
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 624
  • ID: 9789067643252
  • weight: 1406
  • ISBN10: 9067643254

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