|Autors: Dineff, P. D., Gospodinova, D. N.|
Title: Investigation on atmospheric technological plasma and wood surface interactions by XPS analysis
Keywords: plasma, wood surface activation, capillary
Abstract: Wood inactivation is a surface phenomenon affecting just a thin outer layer of wood. An inactivated wood surface does not absorb capillary well an impregnating solution containing phosphorous compound as flame retardant. Plasma-chemical surface activation (functionaliza-tion) with a effective participation of ionic surfactants and silicone spreaders eliminates the inactivation-impregnating problem creating a protective flame retardant layer. The technological plasma produced by dielectric barrier discharge (BDB) at atmospheric pressure and room temperature has different chemical interaction with the wood surface ac-cording to the existence of ozone and exited oxygen, or nitrogen oxide (NOx), containing plasma.
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