Alternative Fuels Guidebook by Bechtold R.L.

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Proc. Society of Vacuum Coaters 1993, pp 312–316. 12. A. ‘Development of aluminium oxide clear barrier films’ 37th Ann. Tech. Conf. Proc. Society of Vacuum Coaters 1994, pp 144–148. 13. Kobayashia T. ‘Reactive vacuum vapor deposition of aluminum oxide thin films by an air-to-air metallizer’ J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 24,4, Jul/Aug 2006, pp 935–945. 14. M. et al ‘Hydrocarbon films inhibit oxygen permeation through plastic packaging material’ Thin Solid Films Vol. 317, Issues 1–2, 1 Apl 1998, pp 388–392.

Crystalline polymers are better barriers and have a lower diffusion coefficient to amorphous polymers of the same chemical composition. Hence, different manufacturers or different grades of the same polymer material may have very different diffusion rates depending on the processing. 1 The diffusion coefficient for oxygen in some different materials. g. g. g. 1 as a whole what is important to note is the magnitude of the diffusion coefficients. If we look at the diffusion coefficient for oxygen in air and oxygen in silica we can see that there is twelve orders of magnitude difference between them.

1993, pp 194–219. 11. A ‘Development of clear barrier films in Europe’ 36th Ann. Tech. Conf. Proc. Society of Vacuum Coaters 1993, pp 312–316. 12. A. ‘Development of aluminium oxide clear barrier films’ 37th Ann. Tech. Conf. Proc. Society of Vacuum Coaters 1994, pp 144–148. 13. Kobayashia T. ‘Reactive vacuum vapor deposition of aluminum oxide thin films by an air-to-air metallizer’ J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 24,4, Jul/Aug 2006, pp 935–945. 14. M. et al ‘Hydrocarbon films inhibit oxygen permeation through plastic packaging material’ Thin Solid Films Vol.

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