Original paper

The effect of air plasma treatment at atmospheric pressure on thermally modified wood surfaces

Volume: 50, Issue: 6, Pages: 1227 - 1241
Published: Sep 21, 2016
Abstract
This study tests the hypothesis that thermal modification of wood influences the effectivity of air plasma treatment. Micro-veneers of European beech, Scots pine and Norway spruce were thermally modified at two different temperatures and subsequently plasma-treated for 1 and 3 s. The veneer surfaces were characterized in terms of morphology, wetting behaviour and surface chemistry. No severe changes in the veneer surfaces due to plasma treatment...
Paper Details
Title
The effect of air plasma treatment at atmospheric pressure on thermally modified wood surfaces
Published Date
Sep 21, 2016
Volume
50
Issue
6
Pages
1227 - 1241
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