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Key technologies are currently being developed to control interface properties of many "advanced materials" for a variety of applications, such as catalysis, chemical and biochemical sensors, energy technology, electronics, opto-electronics, molecular electronics, and bio-electronics. Progress in these fields relies on a detailed understanding of topics analysed in this study: (i) systematic concepts to treat interface properties on the molecular scale; (ii) available information from experimental approaches; (iii) techniques to prepare controlled interfaces and to tailor interface properties on the atomic level. Key issues of the current status and future perspectives are summarised.

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Authors: GÖPEL W, University of Tübingen, Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Tübingen (DE);GOPEL W, University of Tubingen, Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Tubingen (DE)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 13108 EN (1990) 199 pp., FS, ECU 16.25
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ISBN: ISBN 92-826-1795-5
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