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Interfacial Science
A "Chemistry for the 21st Century Monograph".

M. W. Roberts

Blackwell Science, 1997 [ISBN 0-632-04219-2]

The science of surface chemistry has as its aim the characterization of solid surfaces at the atomic level and the fundamental understanding of surface phenomena, including catalysis. The development of new physical and computational techniques have enabled rapid growth in the field and the science of interfacial interactions is one of the emerging areas of chemistry. This new book sets out to illustrate the impact of these developments in a wide area of interfacial chemistry including plasma chemistry of polymer surfaces, chemistry of oxide and metal clusters, surface dynamics, the kinetics of clustering, oxygen states at metal surfaces, the modelling of surfaces and interfaces, and novel reactions and preparative methods in intefacial science.

Contents
Solid-solid interfaces in the epitaxial films of complex oxides deposited by chemical methods; Interfacial science of solid host-guest systems; Interfacial chemistry of metal oxide single crystals relevant to oxide catalysis; Oxygen states at metal surfaces; Chemical reactivity of metal clusters at solid surfaces; Kinetics of clustering on surfaces; Surface reactions of hot electrons at Ag/UHV and Ag/electrolyte interfaces; Computer modelling of surfaces and interfaces; Surface dynamics studied using reflectance anisotropy; Plasma chemistry at polymer surfaces; Metal-organic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD) for the preparation of new materials and interfaces

1999 Blackwell Science Ltd

 


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