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Model Compound Approach for Polymer-Metal InterFaces: ESCA Studies

  • P. N. Sanda (a1), J. W. Bartha (a1), B. D. Silverman (a1), P. S. Ho (a1) and A. R. Rossi (a2)...

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ESCA studies of two molecules which are similar in structure to the PMDA and ODA constituents of the PMDA-ODA polyimide monomer are discussed. Their interaction with in-situ evaporated Cr and Cu films are compared. The PMDA model compound interacts with Cr through the imide group, while very little interaction is observed with Cu. The ODA model compound (oxydianiline) interacts with Cr via the ether linkage and the terminal amino groups, whereas very little interaction is observed with Cu.

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Model Compound Approach for Polymer-Metal InterFaces: ESCA Studies

  • P. N. Sanda (a1), J. W. Bartha (a1), B. D. Silverman (a1), P. S. Ho (a1) and A. R. Rossi (a2)...

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