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Title Adsorption of poly(vinylformamide-co-vinylamine) polymers (PVFA-co-PVAm) on copper
Date 29.10.2012
Number 34184
Abstract The adsorption of poly(vinylformamide) (PVFA) and its derivative statistical copolymer poly(vinyl-formamide-co-vinylamine) (PVFA-co-PVAm) on metallic copper and copper oxide particles as well as planar copper surfaces was studied as a function of the degree of hydrolysis of PVFA, the pH, and the polymer concentration in solution. The chemical composition and molecular structure of the PVFA-co-PVAm layers were investigated by surface-sensitive spectroscopic methods such as XPS, DRIFT spectroscopy, and ellipsometry. The findings allowed us to explain the adsorption mechanisms and the forces driving the PVFA-co-PVAm adsorption. It was shown that PVFA-co-PVAm layers thicker than 30 nm are able to protect the planar copper surface against corrosive attack.
Publisher Langmuir
Identifier
Citation Langmuir 28 (2012) 14935-14943
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/la302855f
Authors Seifert, S. ; Höhne, S. ; Simon, F. ; Hanzelmann, C. ; Winkler, R. ; Schmidt, T. ; Frenzel, R. ; Uhlmann, P. ; Spange, St.
Tags aqueous polyvinylamine solutions vinyl polymerization metal-complexes hybrid particles surface forces cellulose adhesion poly(vinylamine) kinetics oxide

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