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What does CASING stand for?

CASING stands for Crosslinking by Activated Species of Inert Gases

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Mather Technology Solutions article relating to Gas Plasma Treatments in the textiles; known as CASING (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases)...
Definition: A term coined by Bell Telephone Laboratories as an abbreviation for the process of Crosslinking by Activated Species of Inert Gases...
Such treatment comprises either an oxidation treatment or a treatment referred to by the acronym "casing" (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases).
(crosslinking by activated species of inert gases) treatment (ref. 9). At the termination of sputtering, the argon was pumped...
Step 2: Perform a plasma casing (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases) process to the surfaces 111, 112 of the two plastic films 11...
vented the rider from being subjected to the CASING (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases) treatment (ref. 9). At the termination of sputtering...
(crosslinking by activated species of inert gases),('' radiation grafting; Since the objective of the present study was surface modification...
Expert pioneered metal-to-plastic bonding chemistries and associated technology. He invented the CASING (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases)...
the film thickness, and the deposition conditions. CASING (Crosslinking by Activated Species of Inert Gases) of the poly-(dimethyl siloxane)...
The surfaces of two films to be in contact with the silicone gel are treated by a plasma casing process (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases)...
time enveloping silicone gel with plastic films; (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases); gel with plastic films and product thereof...
An obvious increase in the surface energy of polymeric separators owing to the crosslinking by activated species of inert gases effect of monatomic-gas-plasma...
The CASING (crosslinking by activated species of inert gases) treatment of polypropylene film in both oxygen and nitrous oxide is shown to be an effective surface...
(crosslinking by activated species of inert gases) and was developed in 1966 by Hansen and Schonhorn at the Bell Telephone Laboratories...
It was found that the firm crosslinking layer was formed via the crosslinking by activated species of inert gases (CASING) effect...