Advanced Materials Interfaces

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  • Published Date: 11 November 2013

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As materials science research has approached and passed the nanoscale boundary over the last decades and the size of materials and devices was driven towards increasingly smaller scales, the surface and interface between materials now dictate the physics and chemistry. The understanding of the processes occurring at these scales now heavily rely on concepts from the fields of surface and interface science.


Advanced Materials Interfaces
provides a forum on topics of surface and interface science with a wide choice of formats: Full Papers, Reviews, Communications, as well as Progress Reports and Research News.


Advanced Materials Interfaces
provides a forum for interface-related research across different disciplines with a demonstrable potential for applications. We cover the physics and chemistry at surfaces and interfaces which relate to functional materials in the nano/micro field whose properties are driven by interface rather than by bulk properties. This comprises surfaces, solid/liquid interfaces, solid/solid interfaces, and liquid/liquid interfaces.

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