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Characterization of elastomer sliding behavior across silica and polydimethylsiloxane grafted surfaces
Journal of rheology
Synopsis A novel combination of experimental techniques including a lateral force apparatus was developed for the purpose of characterizing the slip of polymer materials over hard surfaces. Quantitative shear stress data were obtained by sliding a crosslinked polydimethylsiloxane elastomer across smooth flat-tipped styli ͑mesas͒. A first set of mesas had a native silica ͑SiO͒ surface; a second set was functionalized with linear hydroxyl-terminated polydimethylsiloxane ͑PDMS-OH͒ polymers. Thedoi:10.1122/1.1289285 fatcat:pqrojaygszb2rlqohi4hvaeouu