Applied Surface Science

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Subject: Applied Surface Science
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 19:05:27 -0500 (EST)

Applied Surface Science

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AIMS AND SCOPE

Applied Surface Science is concerned with applied physics and chemistry of
surfaces and interfaces and with the atomistic description of processing,
modification and characterization of surfaces, interfaces and thin films.
These include growth and epitaxy, oxidation, reactivity as well as surface
modification by directed energy deposition (lasers, ion or electron beams)
or other techniques (i.e. plasma etching). Important areas in the field
are electronic materials, (i.e. semiconductors, organic films, ceramics)
and chemical processes at surfaces, (i.e. catalysis, corrosion,
reactivity).

Audience

Surface scientists (physicists and chemists), electrochemists, solid-state
physicists.

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