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Plasma-based introduction of monosort functional groups of different type and density onto polymer surfaces. Part 2: Pulsed plasma polymerization

  • This new functionalization method consists of the deposition of very thin plasma polymer layers (20 to 100 nm) of functional group bearing monomers in pulsed plasma. With allylalcohol, a maximum of 30 OH groups per 100 C atoms was measured with a selectivity of about 90% and a significant stability at long-time exposure to air. Allylamine was used to produce primary amino groups, with a maximum of 18 NH2 groups per 100 C atoms. Side reactions were observed during the storage in air, such as oxidation of the amino groups. Carboxylic groups could be produced using acrylic acid with a maximum concentration of 24 COOH groups per 100 C atoms. The most prominent side reaction was the decarbonylation/ decarboxylation of the acid group during plasma deposition.___TAGSTART___BR___TAGEND___ The variation of the density of functional groups using the pulsed-plasma polymerization of functional-group-bearing monomers was possible by the chemically-initiated radical copolymerization with either aThis new functionalization method consists of the deposition of very thin plasma polymer layers (20 to 100 nm) of functional group bearing monomers in pulsed plasma. With allylalcohol, a maximum of 30 OH groups per 100 C atoms was measured with a selectivity of about 90% and a significant stability at long-time exposure to air. Allylamine was used to produce primary amino groups, with a maximum of 18 NH2 groups per 100 C atoms. Side reactions were observed during the storage in air, such as oxidation of the amino groups. Carboxylic groups could be produced using acrylic acid with a maximum concentration of 24 COOH groups per 100 C atoms. The most prominent side reaction was the decarbonylation/ decarboxylation of the acid group during plasma deposition.___TAGSTART___BR___TAGEND___ The variation of the density of functional groups using the pulsed-plasma polymerization of functional-group-bearing monomers was possible by the chemically-initiated radical copolymerization with either a chain-extending monomer, such as ethylene, or a cross linker, such as butadiene, in plasma. The density of functional groups could be adjusted continuously (0 to 30 OH, 0 to 18 NH2 and 0 to 24 COOH groups per 100 C atoms).___TAGSTART___BR___TAGEND___ The successful application of these densely functionalized polymer surfaces for producing biocompatible surfaces and for use in metal–polymer composites is proposed.zeige mehrzeige weniger

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Autoren/innen:Jörg Florian Friedrich, Renate Mix, Gerhard Kühn, Iris Retzko, Andreas Schönhals, Wolfgang Unger
Dokumenttyp:Zeitschriftenartikel
Veröffentlichungsform:Graue Literatur
Sprache:Englisch
Titel des übergeordneten Werkes (Englisch):Composite interfaces : proceedings
Jahr der Erstveröffentlichung:2003
Herausgeber (Institution):International Conference on Composite Interfaces
Verlag:North-Holland
Verlagsort:New York, NY
Jahrgang/Band:10
Ausgabe/Heft:2-3
Erste Seite:173
Letzte Seite:223
Freie Schlagwörter:Charcterization of homo- and copolymers; Plasma-initiated copolymerization; Pulsed plasma polymerization
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1163/156855403765826874
Verfügbarkeit des Dokuments:Weder Datei noch physisches Exemplar vorhanden ("No Access")
Datum der Freischaltung:19.02.2016
Referierte Publikation:Nein