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7 gives the values of the components of their surface tension. 8 Critical Surface Tension Fox and Zisman [4,16,17] ﬁrst proposed the concept of critical surface tension in the early 1950s. In Zisman’s method, the relationship between the contact angle of various liquids on a solid and the surface tension of the liquids are investigated. Speciﬁcally, cos q is plotted against gLV (known as Zisman plot) in which a straight line is often obtained when a homologous series of liquids are used to wet the solid’s surface (non-linear for nonhomologous liquids).
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4. Vapor degreasing Ultrasonic vapor degreasing Ultrasonic cleaning with liquid rinse Solvent wipe, immersion or spray Vapor degreasing is a solvent cleaning procedure for the removal of soluble soils, particularly oils, greases, and waxes as well as chips and speckles of metallics and non-metallics. The principle of vapor degreasing is scrubbing the part with hot solvent vapors. These vapors condense on the part at a sufﬁcient rate to form a liquid ﬂow that dissolves and washes the soil away from the part as the condensed solvent drains by gravity.