The field of chemically modified particle surfaces has seen many significant developments in recent years. Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Chemically Modified Surfaces covers the latest analytical and synthetic techniques for the development and understanding of these surfaces. Encompassing subjects including self-assembled monolayers, scanning probe microscopies, combinatorial synthetic techniques, plasma polymerizations and molecular modelling of modified surfaces, the book provides a unique snap-shot of state-of-the-art concepts and tools. Documenting the most recent research in an interdisciplinary subject, this book will be welcomed by chemists, materials scientists, engineers and physicists in both academia and industry.
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