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    An interface is a surface forming a common boundary among two di erent phases of matter, such as an insoluble solid and a liquid, two immiscible liquids, a liquid and an insoluble gas or a liquid and vacuum. The importance of the interface depends on the type of system: the bigger the quotient area/volume, the more e ect the surface phenomena will have. Therefore, interfaces are very important in systems with big area to volume ratios, such as colloids. Interfaces can be at or curved. Surface and Interfacial Chemistry emphasizes a key role in understanding a number of diverse phenomena from wetting, heterogeneous catalysis, biosensing, atmospheric chemical reactions, electrochemical processes and nanoparticle behavior. In rst chapter, we identify several strategies based on the design of interfacial chemistry for improving sensitivity, obtaining lower limits of detection (LOD) and enabling the regeneration and reuse of solid-phase QD-FRET hybridization assays. Second chapter presents a chemical surface, electrical and interfacial study on modi cation of na on membranes by IL-cation exchange. Third chapter provides a novel paradigm for an unconventional 3D porous biointerface that can be used for sub-nanomolar level recognition of biomolecules (~0.2 nm for H2O2) and suggests the new concept of large-surface-area 3D mesostructure–protein interfaces as a step toward using direct electrochemistry for biomedical applications. In fourth chapter, we give a clearer and direct statement in the grand potential formalism for nucleation, aiming at helping researchers who are not specialists in thermodynamics. Fifth chapter demonstrates that SHS could be used as an eco-friendly and sustainable processing method for modi cation of OPMF in biocomposite fabrication. In sixth chapter, the e ect of hydrogen peroxide bleaching treatment on the mechanical properties of PLA/kenaf ber composites was investigated. Seventh chapter focuses on self-assembled monolayers (SAM) due to their hig
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    ISBN9781682501726
    Peso275g
    Livro disponível - pronta entregaNão
    IdiomaInglês
    Tipo itemLIVRO IMPORTADO ADQ MERC INTERNO
    Número de páginas246
    Número da edição1ª EDIÇÃO - 2016
    Código Interno814718
    Código de barras9781682501726
    AcabamentoHARDCOVER
    AutorLEE, YIH HONG | SHI, WENXIONG
    EditoraMAGNUM PUBLISHING
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