“This book is recommended to anyone who wishes to acquire the practical and applied aspects of APP technology.” (Surface Innovations, 1 March 2013)
Atmospheric Pressure Plasma for Surface Modificationby Rory A. Wolf
This Book’s focus and intent is to impart an understanding of the practical application of atmospheric plasma for the advancement of a wide range of current and emerging technologies. The primary key feature of this book is the introduction of over thirteen years of practical experimental evidence of successful surface modifications by atmospheric plasma
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This Book’s focus and intent is to impart an understanding of the practical application of atmospheric plasma for the advancement of a wide range of current and emerging technologies. The primary key feature of this book is the introduction of over thirteen years of practical experimental evidence of successful surface modifications by atmospheric plasma methods. It offers a handbook-based approach for leveraging and optimizing atmospheric plasma technologies which are currently in commercial use. It also offers a complete treatment of both basic plasma physics and industrial plasma processing with the intention of becoming a primary reference for students and professionals.
The reader will learn the mechanisms which control and operate atmospheric plasma technologies and how these technologies can be leveraged to develop in-line continuous processing of a wide variety of substrates. Readers will gain an understanding of specific surface modification effects by atmospheric plasmas, and how to best characterize those modifications to optimize surface cleaning and functionalization for adhesion promotion.
The book also features a series of chapters written to address practical surface modification effects of atmospheric plasmas within specific application markets, and a commercially-focused assessment of those effects.
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Meet the Author
Rory Wolf is the Vice President and Technology Director at Enercon Industries Corporation, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, USA, and a recognized industry resource in the field of polymer surface modification. He has twenty-eight years of experience within international positions in the plastics and packaging industries, and specific experience in polymer-based flexible packaging, polymer surface modification systems, and printing industry segments. He has published thirty technical papers, thirty-nine industry articles, and two books on the topic of plastic surface modification by atmospheric plasma technology.
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