volume 12, issue 6, P791-804 1978
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.820120603
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Abstract: During the solvent casting process, one side of the polymer film is exposed to air while the other side is in contact with a substrate, used as a mold. We have studied the effect of this difference in exposure during casting on the chemical composition of two types of segmented polyurethane, Biomer and Avcothane, by using Fourier transform IR internal reflection spectroscopy. Also, a depth-composition profile was obtained by placing a thin barrier film between the reflection plate and the polymer film. In Avco…

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