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2006 IEEE International Conference on Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics
Using a DC pulsed plasma for polymer surface treatment allows to obtain macroscopic modifications of the surface such as an important increase of the wettability i.e., reduction in hydrophobicity. In the same time, it yields microscopic variations of the surface structure that are mainly due to low depth chemical modifications even if only weak roughness changes appear. As a consequence this technique presents two major interests: an economical interest because of the low power consumptiondoi:10.1109/aqtr.2006.254653 fatcat:pzc7eauowzcqzfhoyidtinzp6i