MRS Proc. 1996 DOI: 10.1557/proc-461-193 View full text
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J. S. Meth, D. Sanderson, C. Mutchler, S. J. Bennison

Abstract: ABSTRACTWe present a new technique, laser induced decohesion spectroscopy (LIDS), which is capable of measuring the practical work of adhesion G between a transparent polymer film and an opaque substrate. In LIDS, a laser pulse directed onto the sample creates a blister at the film/substrate interface. The blister's internal pressure depends on the laser pulse energy, and at a critical pressure the sample fractures. We have derived a theoretical analysis of this experiment based on elasticity theory and fractu…

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