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The XPS/ESCA results for the adhesive-side failure sample and for the plasmatreated (not bonded, nb) composite surface are similar. It is significant that the adhesive failure surface is neither equivalent to that for pure adhesive nor to that for untreated composite. The XPS/ESCA data indicate the presence of plasma-treated composite components on the adhesive-side failure surface along with some adhesive. The presence of adhesive is suggested by the relatively high concentration of Specimen Ar Plasma Element As received Adh.