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View Resource Surface Science Tutorials

The Surface Analysis Forum contains tutorials, databases containing reference values important for many surface analyses, and a glossary for surface science technique acronyms. The tutorials are really on-line courses offered in specific aspects of surface analysis. All are presented in a clear fashion. In addition, there is a link to software (much of it free and downloadable) for data analysis.

View Resource Surface Plasmon Resonance and Related Calculations

This webpage features computation of Surface Plasmon Resonance using common surfaces (gold, silver, copper) and wavelengths (632.8 nm) using web-based tools. The site is maintained by the Corn Research Group at the University of California- Irvine's Chemistry Department for researchers and students alike.

View Resource SPR: Surface Plasmon Resonance Tutorial

This site provides a straightforward introduction to the fundamentals of surface plasmon resonance (SPR), the genesis of the plasmon and the evanescent wave, and how SPR can be used to monitor the chemical nature of species adsorbed to the surface of a metal substrate.

View Resource An Introduction to Surface Chemistry

This site includes theoretical and descriptive material for an introductory surface science course. Topics covered include structure of surfaces and detailed information on a variety of surface analytical techniques; the material is essentially an online text.

View Resource Surface Science Forum

This site includes extensive information about all forms of surface analysis including detailed information on analytical techniques, online tutorials, reference data, conference information, news and links to other resources.

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