LW–AB Components of Solid Surface Tensions

Lifshitz-van der Waals/Lewis Acid–Base (LW–AB) Components of Solid Surface Tensions

    \[  {{\gamma }_L={\gamma }^d_L+{\gamma }^P_L} \]

Solid

Chemical Formula

γLWS (mN/m) van der Waals

γ+S (mN/m) Acceptor

γS (mN/m) Donor

References

Polytetrafluoroethylene

(C2F4)n

20.24

0

0

[ 1 ]

Polymethyl Methacrylate

(C5O2H8)n

10

0

0.9

[ 1 ]

Silicium Dioxide

SiO2

42.49

0.062

50.75

[ 1 ]

Cellulose Acetate

C10H16O8

40

0.5

19

[ 1 ]

Polyacrylonitrile

C3H3N

44

0.6

19

[ 1 ]

Polycarbonate

C15H16O2

44

0.1

5.8

[ 1 ]

Polyethersulfone

PES

43

0.5

0.1

[ 1 ]

Polyetherimide

C37H24O6N2

44

0.3

3.9

[ 1 ]

Polypropylene

(C3H6)n

34

0

1.7

[ 1 ]

Polysulfone

C27H26O6S

43

0.2

3.1

[ 1 ]

Polyvinylidene Fluoride

(C2H2F2)n

40

0

0.1

[ 1 ]

Sakaroza

C12H22O11

41.6

28.5

88

[ 2 ]

Glucose

C6H12O6

42.2

34.5

85.6

[ 2 ]

References:

[ 1 ] Cornelissen, E. R., van den Boomgaard, T., & Strathmann, H. (1998), Physicochemical aspects of polymer selection for ultrafiltration and microfiltration membranes, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 138(2–3), 283-289

[ 2 ] . Docoslis, A., Giese, R. F., & van Oss, C. J. (2000), Influence of the water-air interface on the apparent surface tension of aqueous solutions of hydrophilic solutes, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 19(2), 147-162

LW–AB Components of Solid Surface Tensions

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