FluoroBonder Etching Mechanism

Fluoropolymer is a chainlike macromolecule polymer consisting, mainly, of large number of -CF2- units which carbon atoms chain(-C-C-) is covered fluorine atoms(F).
FluoroBonder chemically extracts fluorine atoms out of the polymer chain to leave carbon atoms deficient of electron, such as double bond. In this case, fluoropolymer is hydrophilicity, because, it is not with covered fluorine atoms. And then the fluoropolymer is taken out from the FluoroBonder and exposed to the air, electron‐deficiency is solved by oxygen, hydrogen, and humidity, and then hydroxyl (-OH), carboxyl (-COOH), carbonyl (=CO) and so on are formed to make the processing effect better.


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