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Topic in Depth - Surface Chemistry Research

Screenshot This Topic in Depth explores the field of surface chemistry, which is the study of the physical and chemical properties of matter at the transition of states such as solid-to-liquid and liquid-to-gas. This folder contains information about the research and applications of surface chemistry.
Chalmers University of Technology:...
Surface chemistry is an interdisciplinary science, with a strong emphasis on applied research. Chalmers University of Technology has a strong Applied Surface...
ACS Division of Colloid and...
The American Chemical Society's (ACS) Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry publicizes its members initiatives to "investigate the interaction of surfaces...
U.S. Naval Research Lab: Surface...
This site from the Surface Chemistry Branch of the US Naval Research Lab describes its surface chemistry research interests, facilities, and its strengths. ...
Surface Chemistry at Michigan
This site from the University of Michigan provides links to in-depth discussions and informational images of the research projects of its four surface...



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