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Fig. 6 | Applied Adhesion Science

Fig. 6

From: Implementation of diverse non-centrosymmetric layer concepts for tuning the interface activity of a magnesium alloy

Fig. 6

Time-dependent plot showing the area density of hydrogen bubbles microscopically perceived upon contact with polished AM50 substrate surfaces with water (“water”) or aqueous formulations, such as 0.2 wt% solution of triethanolamine (TEA) in water (“aq. TEA 0.2%”), 1 wt% formulation of the polymeric corrosion inhibitor (p.c.i.) G50 wb (“aq. p.c.i.”), or an aqueous formulation of a biopolymer mixture containing the enzyme laccase and the polysaccharide maltodextrin (“aq. laccase”). The plasma polymer coated (“plasma”) or laser treated (“laser treatment”) AM50 surfaces were contacted with water

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