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Applied Surface Science Advances

  • Volume 6Issue 6

  • ISSN: 2666-5239
  • 5 Year impact factor: 7.3
  • Impact factor: 7.5

An Open Access Journal Devoted to the Physics and Chemistry of Surfaces and InterfacesApplied Surface Science Advances is an international and interdisciplinary scholarly open a… Read more

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An Open Access Journal Devoted to the Physics and Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces

Applied Surface Science Advances is an international and interdisciplinary scholarly open access journal. It publishes special content, either related to research presented at scientific events or invited contributions to thematic special issues. Applied Surface Science Advances is a companion title to the respected Applied Surface Science.

The research & review articles in both journals cover similar areas of interest, which are topics contributing to a better understanding of surfaces, interfaces, nanostructures and their applications.

The journal accommodates the following topics:

Advanced surface science of catalysis, electrocatalysis and photocatalysis;

Surface science and adsorption properties of porous media, clay minerals and (nano)composites;

Chemical modification and functionalization of surfaces;

Physical and chemical deposition and growth;

2D assembly;

Surface and interface modification by directed energy deposition (lasers, ion or electron beams) or other techniques such as plasmas;

Surface engineering and functionalization;

Surface science of nanomaterials, surface effects at nanoscale and applications;

Functional surfaces and coatings;

Electrochemistry at surfaces and corrosion protection strategies;

Thermophysical aspects of surfaces and interfaces: thermodynamic properties & kinetic phenomena;

Surface science applied to energy conversion and storage;

Surface nanotechnology and devices;

Semiconductors - surface and interface;

Surface and interfaces of biomaterials and biocompatible materials;

Surfaces and interfaces of natural systems and bio-inspired materials;

Colloidal systems and interfacial processes;

Surface analysis and surface applications for life and environmental protection;

Advances in the characterization and imaging techniques of surfaces.