Molecule Surface Interactions (Advances in Chemical Physics) by K. P. Lawley

By K. P. Lawley

This article is the 1st of a two-volume paintings on molecule floor interactions addressing themes in chemical physics, floor technology, actual chemistry, fabrics technological know-how, and electronics and semiconductor manufacture. As with the opposite titles within the Advances in Chemical Physics sequence, the chapters are written via a world workforce of individuals and canopy a variety of vital concerns within the box.

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