Increasing the efficiency of plasma jet treatment by the precursor addition
|Year of publication
|Article in Proceedings
|SAPP XXII, Book of Contributed Papers
|MU Faculty or unit
|Radiofrequency plasma jet was used for plasma-chemical modification of plastics surfaces. Chemical precursor passing through the active zone of the plasma was employed to improve the treatment efficiency. The purpose of these modifications was to connect reactive groups to the surface of the materials. Improved plastic wettability and increased adhesion of paints were obtained. The effect of plasma-chemical modification of the surface with plasma in the presence of the precursor was higher than that of plasma alone.