adherend

All Noun
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  • The bond forms because the adhesive is soft enough to flow, or wet, the adherend.
  • Removable adhesives are designed to form a temporary bond, and ideally can be removed after months or years without leaving residue on the adherend.
  • Pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA) form a bond by the application of light pressure to marry the adhesive with the adherend.
  • In contrast, pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs) form a bond simply by the application of light pressure to marry the adhesive with the adherend.
  • His work began with his 1944 observation that "although very little force is required to detach Scotch tape from an adherend, the work expended in doing so is very large".
  • Adhesive fracture (sometimes referred to as interfacial fracture) is when debonding occurs between the adhesive and the adherend.
  • Once the adhesive and the adherend are in close proximity, molecular interactions, such as van der Waals forces, become involved in the bond, contributing significantly to its ultimate strength.
  • Pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA, self-adhesive, self-stick adhesive) is adhesive which forms bond when pressure is applied to marry the adhesive with the adherend.
  • Once the adhesive and the adherend are in proximity, there are also molecular interactions such as van der Waals forces involved in the bond, which contribute significantly to the ultimate bond strength.