This tendency means that TFMA affects the gradual polymerization rates.
However, with an increasing amount of TFMA, the final conversions of FIO and F20 were 72 % and 65 %, respectively.
TFMA has both fluorine atoms and a very low surface energy (19 mN/m).
Figure 6 shows the FT-IR spectra of the FO, F20 and TFMA samples.
XPS showed that the contact angle of PSAs increases with increasing TFMA content due to the low surface energy of fluorine (9).
Figure 8a shows the temperature dependence of the storage modulus of the PSAs as a function of the TFMA content.
g], the tan [delta] value moved to a high temperature with increasing TFMA content.
The prove tack of the 20 wt% TFMA sample was similar to that of the 10 wt%, 300g.