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Plasma Processes and Polymers. 16th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry Taormina, Italy June 22-27, 2003. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2180189
  • Book
  • March 2005
  • Region: Global, Italy
  • 545 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This volume compiles essential contributions to the most innovative fields of Plasma Processes and Polymers. High-quality contributions cover the fields of plasma deposition, plasma treatment of polymers and other organic compounds, plasma processes under partial vacuum and at atmospheric pressure, biomedical, textile, automotive, and optical applications as well as surface treatment of bulk materials, clusters, particles and powders.
This unique collection of refereed papers is based on the best contributions presented at the 16th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry in Taormina, Italy (ISPC-16, June 2003). A high class reference of relevance to a large audience in plasma community as well as in the area of its industrial applications.
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V. Molotkov e.a, Dust Particles in the DC Glow Discharge Plasma: Self-Organization and Peculiarities of Behavior
J. Zhang e.a., Molecular Tailoring Coating on TIO2 Nano-Particle Surface by Plasma Polymerization
A.S. Chiper e.a., Spectral Diagnostics for a DBD Plasma in Air and HE/N2 Gas Mixture
A.I. Pushkarev e.a., Synthesis of Nanosize Powders from Halogenides by pulsed Electron Beam
D. Hegemann e.a., RF Plasma Deposition of Siox and A-C:H as Barrier Coatings on Polymers
P. Patino e.a., The Oxidation of Streams for Diesel Fuels Formulations by means of High Voltage Oxygen Plasmas
M.Pascu e.a., Surface Modification of PVDF by Microwave Plasma Treatment for electroless Metallization
N. Puac e.a., Low Temperature Plasma Treatment of dry Empress-Tree Seeds
A. Ivanov e.a., DCM Production in a dusty Plasma Trap
T. Zielinski e.a., Acetylene and Ethylene Carbon Blacks Production in Plasma Processes
T. Nozaki e.a., Control Growth of Carbon Nanotube using pulsed Glow Barrier Discharge
A. Tserepi e.a., Disposition of Fluorocarbon Films on AL and SIO2 Surfaces in High Density Fluorocarbon Plasmas: Selectivity and Surface Wettability
S. Kodama e.a., Introduction of Acid Functional Groups onto the Surface of activated Carbons by atmospheric-pressure non-thermal Plasma
E. Gogolides e.a., Oxygen Plasma Modification of polyhedral oligomeric Silsesquioxane (Poss) containing Co-Polymers: Applications to Micro Nano Fabrication
V.N. Vasilets e.a., Hot Wire Plasma Deposition of doped DLC Films on Fluorocarbon Polymers for Biomedical Applications
J. Friedrich e.a., Polymer Surface Modification with monofunctional Groups of different Type and Density
C. Oehr e.a., RF Plasma Treatment on the Inside of small functional Devices for biomedical Application
K. Schroder e.a., Improvement of Low-Pressure Microwave Plasma assisted Amino Functionalization of Polymers
F. Rossi e.a., Plasma Sterilization: Overview and Influence of Discharge Parameters

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Riccardo d'Agostino University of Bari, Italy.

Pietro Favia University of Bari, Italy.

Christian Oehr Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology, Stuttgart, Germany.

Michael R. Wertheimer NSERC, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada.
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