Elementary nanofibrous layers show insufficient mechanical properties, especially tensile strength and abrasion resistance. In order to overcome these disadvantages, they are combined with carrier substrates and cover materials. A critical factor of the usability of nanofibrous layers in composite structures is to ensure sufficient adhesion between the carrier medium, the nanofibrous layer and the cover material. The adhesion between the layers is fundamental for the processability of the composite structures into the final products. To ensure sufficient adhesion of the individual components, additional adhesives are commonly used, which, in addition to the ecological burden, bring additional technological steps and costs to the production. One of the possibilities for achieving sufficient adhesion without the use of adhesives is the utilization of the physical component of adhesion by means of plasma activation of surfaces prior to electrospinning.Keywords: Electrospinning, adhesion, nanofibrous layer, plasma treatment
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