What’s Protecting Your Mobile Screen? A Depth Profile of Polymer Protection Covers Using Raman and UFS-GDOES

Figure (a) UFS-RF-GDOES depth profile of the PMSPC; (b) zoom on the first 80 s of the analysis.

Figure (a) UFS-RF-GDOES depth profile of the Polymer Mobile Screen Protection Cover (PMSPC); (b) zoom on the first 80 s of the analysis.

The GD Profiler 2 can be a key instrument during the optimization and follow up of manufacturing processes. This is a fast technique which allows the easy comparison of different materials, the detection of defects and the presence of contaminants. Moreover, combined with the UFS system, it proves to be a flexible technique for organic and hybrid materials, providing numerous new application domains.

For the detection of thin hard coatings it is a prerequisite to have a full confocal Raman microscope with a spatial resolution at the diffraction limit otherwise it is impossible to spatially resolve and detect such thin layers.

Finally, microRaman and UFS-RF-GD-OES are useful complementary techniques for depth profiling of complex multilayered polymer materials. The results given by these techniques prove to be in excellent agreement.

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What’s Protecting Your Mobile Screen? A Depth Profile of Polymer Protection Covers Using Raman and UFS-GDOES
DescriptionPulsed RF Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometry, coupled with the Ultra Fast Sputtering system, offers the Ultra Fast Elemental Depth Profiling of plastic thin films Polymer Mobile Screen Protection Covers. By coupling this technique with the Raman spectroscopy z-Scan analysis it is possible to acquire important information concerning the fabrication of smartphone screen protectors.
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