# 이온빔보조 반응법을 이용한 고분자 표면의 친수성처리와 그 응용

• Cho, J. (Thin Film Technology Center, Korea institue of Science and Technology) ;
• Choi, S. C. (Thin Film Technology Center, Korea institue of Science and Technology) ;
• Yun, K.H. (Thin Film Technology Center, Korea institue of Science and Technology) ;
• Koh, S. K. (Thin Film Technology Center, Korea institue of Science and Technology)
• 조정 (한국과학기술연구원 박막기술연구센터) ;
• 최성창 (한국과학기술연구원 박막기술연구센터) ;
• 윤기현 (연세대학교 세라믹공학과) ;
• 고석근 (한국과학기술연구원 박막기술연구센터)
• Published : 1999.08.01

#### Abstract

Polycarbonate (PC) and Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) surface was modified by ion assisted reaction (IAR) technique to obtain the hydrophilic functional groups and improve the wettability. In conditions of ion assisted reaction, ion beam energy was changed from 500 to 1500eV, and ion dose and oxygen gas blown rate were fixed $1\times10^{16}$ ions/$\textrm{cm}^2$ and 4ml/min, respectively. Wetting angle of water on PC and PMMA surface modified by $Ar^+$ ion without blowing oxygen at 4ml/mon showed $5^{\circ}$ and $10^{\circ}$. Changes of wetting angle with oxygen gas and $Ar^+$ ion irradiation were explained by considering formation of hydrophilic group due to a reaction between irradiated polymer chain by energetic ion irradiation and blown oxygen gas. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analysis shows that hydrophilic groups such as -C-O, -(C=O)- and -(C=O)-O- are formed on the surface of polymer by chemical interaction. The polymer surface modification using ion assisted reaction only changed the surface physical properties and sept the bulk properties. In comparison with other modification methods, the surface modification by IAR treatment was chemically stable and enhanced the adhesion between metal and polymer surface. The applications of various kinds of polymer surface modification methods, metal and polymer surface. The applications of various kinds of polymer surface modification could be appled to the new materials about hydrophilic surface properties by IAR treatment. The adhesion between metal film and polymer measured by Scotch tape test whether the hydrophilic surfaces could improve the adhesion strength or not.