Surface Science & Engineering

The study of physical and chemical phenomena that appear at the interface of phases, such as solid-liquid interfaces, solid-fueloline interfaces, solid-vacuum interfaces, and liquid-fueloline interfaces, is known as surface technology. The disciplines of floor chemistry and floor physics make up this system. Surface chemistry can be thought of as the study of chemical processes at interfaces. It is closely related to floor engineering, which aims to improve the chemical composition of a floor by incorporating chosen elements or deliberate operations that produce various desired consequences or enhancements inside the properties of the floor or interface. The disciplines of heterogeneous catalysis, electrochemistry, and geochemistry all heavily rely on surface technology.

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