Wrinkled polymer surfaces : strategies, methods and applications /
|Imprint:||Cham, Switzerland : Springer, |
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Subject:||Polymers -- Industrial applications.|
Polymers -- Surfaces.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Engineering (General)
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Reference.
Polymers -- Industrial applications.
Polymers -- Surfaces.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11792504|
Table of Contents:
- Intro; Dedication; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Part I: Generalities on Surface Instabilities; Chapter 1: Introduction to Surface Instabilities and Wrinkle Formation; 1.1 Introduction to Surface Instabilities; 1.2 Wrinkling on Polymer Surfaces; 1.3 About this Book; References; Chapter 2: Strategies for the Fabrication of Wrinkled Polymer Surfaces; 2.1 Introduction; 2.1.1 Films Structures of Wrinkled Surfaces; 2.2 Layered Systems Composed of Layers with Dissimilar Mechanical Properties; 2.2.1 Bilayered Systems: Structure and Materials
- 22.214.171.124 Types of Substrates in Bilayered Systems126.96.36.199 Top Layers; 2.3 Classification of the Wrinkling Mechanisms as a Function of the Stimulus Employed to Induce Surface Buckling; 2.4 Depth-Wise Gradient Films; 2.5 Homogeneous Films; 2.5.1 Wrinkle Formation by Solvent Swelling/Drying; 2.5.2 Wrinkles Produced Directly by Solvent Casting.; 2.5.3 Wrinkles Produced by Marangoni Convection; 2.5.4 Film Wrinkling under Capillary Forces; 2.5.5 Direct Laser Interference Patterning (DLIP); 2.5.6 Laser-Induced Periodic Surface Structures (LIPPS); 2.6 Conclusions; References
- Part II: Novel Approaches for Wrinkled Patterns FormationChapter 3: Wrinkles Obtained by Frontal Polymerization/Vitrification; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Photofrontal Polymerization; 3.1.2 Plasma-Ignited Frontal Polymerization; 3.2 Examples of Wrinkled Patterns Generated by FP; 3.2.1 Via Photofrontal Polymerization; 3.2.2 Via Thermo-/Photofrontal Polymerizations; 3.2.3 Via Plasma-Ignited Frontal Polymerization; 3.2.4 Via a Mixture of Plasma-Ignited and Photofrontal Polymerizations; 3.3 Conclusion; References
- Chapter 4: Control of Wrinkled Structures on Surface-Reformed Elastomers via Ion Beam Bombardment4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Wrinkling Background; 4.3 Ion Beam Deposition; 4.4 Ion Beam-Induced Surface Patterns on Polymers via IB; 4.4.1 Aspect Ratio on Wrinkled Patterns; 188.8.131.52 Temperature Variations; 184.108.40.206 Deposition Time; 220.127.116.11 Different Ion Beam Voltages; 18.104.22.168 Incidence Angle; 22.214.171.124 Metal Ion Implantation; 4.4.2 Configuring the Wrinkle Pattern by Using Templates; 4.4.3 Energy Dependence: Fluence of the Ion Beam; 4.5 Conclusions; References
- Chapter 5: Wrinkled Hydrogel Formation by Interfacial Swelling on Thermoplastic Surfaces5.1 Wrinkling: Some Basic Concepts; 5.2 Approaches for the Preparation of Wrinkled Hydrogels on Solid Supports; 5.3 Cell Behavior on Microwrinkled Surfaces; 5.3.1 Cell Morphology on Wrinkled Surfaces; 5.4 Differentiation on Microstructured Wrinkled Hydrogels; 5.5 Formation of Three-Dimensional Multicellular Spheroids; 5.6 Fabrication of Supported Wrinkled Hydrogel Substrates on Thermoplastic Polymers; 5.7 Variation of the Wrinkle Characteristics: Period and Amplitude