Characterising Charge formation of Polymer Surfaces

Polymers play a dominant role in various fields of present-day technologies. Their applications range from plastic bottles and bags, packaging and containers, automotive, man-made fibres to membranes, biomaterials and electronics.

The zeta potential is one of the most sensitive indicators to monitor effects of activation and contamination of polymer surfaces.

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The SurPASS™3 Solid Surface Charge is a sensitive means to monitor and characterise the surface charge of polymers.

Learn more by downloading the following application paper:https://www.anton-paar.com/?eID=documentsDownload&document=57957&L=0

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