ADSORPTION AND DESORPTION OF FLEXIBLE POLYMER CHAINS IN FLOWING SYSTEMS. Lee, J. & Fuller, G. G Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 103(2):578–585, 1985.
ADSORPTION AND DESORPTION OF FLEXIBLE POLYMER CHAINS IN FLOWING SYSTEMS. [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Hydrodynamic theory predicts that the retardation of the rate of site of a bubble as a function of surface active solute concentration reflects the transition from a liquid to a rigid interface. Ellipsometry has been applied to the study of adsorption and desorption of flexible polymer chains in flowing systems. This optical technique produces a measurement of both film thickness and adsorbance under velocity gradients up to 7800 sec** minus **1. Three molecular weight samples of monodisperse polystyrene ranging from 4 to 20 million were studied using cyclohexane at the theta condition as solvent. Bulk concentrations corresponded to saturated surface coverages. Chrome was used as the adsorbent. For preadsorbed polymer layers the results indicate flow-enhanced desorption whereas hydrodynamic forces were found to inhibit the adsorption of polymer chains from flowing solutions into onto initially clean surfaces.
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	Abstract = {Hydrodynamic theory predicts that the retardation of the rate of site of a bubble as a function of surface active solute concentration reflects the transition from a liquid to a rigid interface. Ellipsometry has been applied to the study of adsorption and desorption of flexible polymer chains in flowing systems. This optical technique produces a measurement of both film thickness and adsorbance under velocity gradients up to 7800 sec** minus **1. Three molecular weight samples of monodisperse polystyrene ranging from 4 to 20 million were studied using cyclohexane at the theta condition as solvent. Bulk concentrations corresponded to saturated surface coverages. Chrome was used as the adsorbent. For preadsorbed polymer layers the results indicate flow-enhanced desorption whereas hydrodynamic forces were found to inhibit the adsorption of polymer chains from flowing solutions into onto initially clean surfaces.},
	Author = {Lee, Jen-Jiang and Fuller, Gerald G},
	Journal = {Journal of Colloid and Interface Science},
	Number = {2},
	Pages = {578--585},
	Title = {{ADSORPTION} {AND} {DESORPTION} {OF} {FLEXIBLE} {POLYMER} {CHAINS} {IN} {FLOWING} {SYSTEMS}.},
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	Volume = {103},
	Year = {1985},
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