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Interphase and Interface

Edward M. Petrie – May 18, 2004

InterphaseSeveral years ago, the concept of the interphase relative to the more generally understood interface was developed. The interphase is an important perception that allows us to understand the essential contributions of the various entities that are located within an adhesive joint.

There is a significant difference, and an understanding of the concept of interphase relative to the more commonly studied interface can be extremely important in designing a suitable adhesive bonding process.

Read on and find the difference between the "interphase" and the "interface" in an adhesive joint to improve adhesion...

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