Surface properties of poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) films with a fluoroalkyl group at one end, H(CF2)-,CH20(CH2)-aS-PVA and F(CF2~-7CONHCH2CH2S-PVA , were studied by contact angle measurements and X.p.s. analysis. H(CF2~-,CH20(CH2~-3S-PVA and F(CF2)-TCONHCH2CH2S-PVA distributed preferentially on the air-side surface, and the surface showed properties corresponding to the characteristics of the fluoroalkyl end groups. Surface free energy, Vs, was in good agreement with critical surface tension, Vc, for F(CF2)-TCONHCH2CH2S-PVA and n-C12H25S-PVA , which had no polar component of Vs, and with ~c(max) for a series of H(CF2~-nCH20(CH2~-3S-PVAs which had a polar component. The Vs of F(CF2~-TCONHCH2CH2S-PVA films altered by heat treatment, gave a minimum value at 80°C and increased with a rise in heat treatment temperature above I20°C, which was thought to be caused by distribution changes of the end groups. 7s was closely related to the distributions of CF 3 and --CF2- groups in the surface layer estimated by X.p.s. analysis
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Surface properties of poly(vinyl alcohol) films with a fluoroalkyl group at one end / Toshiaki Sato*, Toshinori Tsugaru, Junnosuke Yamauchi and Takuji Okaya // Polymer. – 1992. – Vol 33. – P. 5066-5072.