Polycarbonate Adsorption of Platinum: Thermal Curing Effects
Adsorption of polycarbonate (I) from dilute chloroform solution on to “clean” platinum flags was investigated through the use of Iodide-125 radio tracer. Coverage versus concentration plots produced a logarithmic dependence of coverage on polymer concentration. a new method for clinging solvent removal was employed which increased the reproducibility of the coating. Both the effect of molecular weight and thermal stability of the polymer were investigated.
M. R. Van-De-Mark et al., "Polycarbonate Adsorption of Platinum: Thermal Curing Effects," British Polymer Journal, Wiley-Blackwell, Jan 1988.
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01 Jan 1988