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Since the 1st symposium on contemporary Advances in Adhesion, held September, 1971 in Washington, D. C. , this department of the yank Chemical Society has consistently backed numerous symposia on adhesion and adhesives. The chemists have steadily learned the significance of adhesion in a number of fields of technology and know-how. in the course of those years, the technological know-how of adhesion has progressively grown besides development in floor technology and fracture mechanics. furthermore, new adhesives were invented and utilized in real constructions, for instance, structural and aerospace adhesives. based on socio-economic calls for, new different types of adhesives were brought to wrestle the issues of toxins and to advertise energy-conservation. The advancements of hot-melt adhesives, waterborne adhesives, and radiation-curable adhesives are shiny examples of successes in fixing the various difficulties. As chemists, our hatural wish is to appreciate how these new adhesives and new types of adhesives are made. hence, we're attracted to studying concerning the chemistry of adhesives in order that we might create new generations of fabrics to meet destiny wishes. It was once in accordance with this universal curiosity that w~ set forth to org'anize this Symposium on contemporary advancements in Adhesive Chemistry. It used to be held from March 21 via 23, 1983 within the Westin inn, Seattle, Washington. The Symposium was once rather well attended. actually, for the 1st classes, we needed to circulation from the smaller Mt. St.

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17. R. K. Samal, H. Iwata, and Y. Ikada, "Introduction of Reactive Groups onto Polymer Surfaces," in p. 801 of Ref. 16. 18. T. S. Keller, A. S. Hoffman, B. D. Ratner, and B. J. McElroy, "Chemical Modification of Kevlar R Surfaces for Improved Adhesion to Epoxy Resin Matrices: I. Surface Characterization," p. 861 in Ref. 16. 19. H. Yasuda, "Adhesion of Plasma Polymerized Films (A Model Study on Water Sensitivity of Adhesion) ," in Ad!! 9~' K. L. Mit tal, Editor, p. 193, Plenum, New York (1981). 20.

The substrate can be metal, plastic, or paper. In addition, the substra te can be woven, nonwoven, or knot. The porous substrates. , to attach prostheses to the skin. An interesting form of substrate is a foam that joins surfaces of irregular gaps. The foam can also be formed instantaneously during curing to fill gaps. A recent development is the use of more than one adhesive on the same substra te. For example, a crosslinkable acrylic adhesive can be applied on a close-cell polyurethane foam, and the sheet adhesive can be used to mount autobody side-moldings.

Kinlock, "The Science of Adhesion - Part 2. Mechanics and Mechanisms of Failure," J. Mater. 1,617 (1982). 12. E. H. Andrews and A. J. Kinloch, "Mechanics of Adhesive Failure. I," Proc. Roy. Soc. -H. LEE 13. L. H. ~£'p~-F_~~es, K. L. Mittal, Editor, Vol. 1, p. 523, Plenum, New York (1983). 14. L. H. Lee, "Adhesive Chemistry - Developments and Trends," L. H. Lee, Editor, Plenum, New York (1984). 15. M. C. H. Lee, "An Analytical Method for Determining the Surface Energy of Solid Polymers," in Ref.

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