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Interfacial Adhesion: Theory and Experiment

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 February 2011

John Ferrante
Affiliation:
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH 44135
Guillermo H. Bozzolo
Affiliation:
Case Western Reserve University, Department of Physics, Cleveland, OH 4106
Clarence W. Finley
Affiliation:
Pennsylvania State University, New Kensington Campus, Chemistry Department, New Kensington, PA 15068
Amitava Banerjea
Affiliation:
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH 44135
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Abstract

Adhesion, the binding of different materials at an interface, is of general interest to many branches of technology, e.g., micro-electronics, tribology, manufacturing, construction, etc. However, there is a lack of fundamental understanding of such diverse interfaces. In addition, experimental techniques generally have practical objectives, such as the achievement of sufficient strength to sustain mechanical or thermal effects and/or have the proper electronic properties. In addition, the theoretical description of binding at interfaces is quite limited, and a proper data base for such theoretical analysis does not exist.

This presentation will review both experimental and theoretical aspects of adhesion in nonpolymer materials. The objective will be to delineate the critical parameters needed, governing adhesion testing along with an outline of testing objectives. A distinction will be made between practical and fundamental objectives. Examples will be given where interfacial bonding may govern experimental consideration. The present status of theory will be presented along with some recommendations for future progress and needs.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1988

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