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Surface Chemistry.ppt

Surface Chemistry.ppt

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Definition of Solid Surface:
The boundary layer between a solid and a vacuum, a gas or a liquid.
A part of solid that differs in composition from the average composition of the bulk of the solid.
Top layer of atoms with a non-uniform composition that varies from the bulk.
The surface may be several of atomic layers deep.
surface measurements dose not affect the measurement of average composition of bulk (tiny fraction of the total solid).
Classical Methods:
Provide useful information about the physical nature of surfaces but less about their chemical nature.
Involve obtaining optical and electron microscopic images of surfaces and adsorption isotherms, surface areas, surface roughness, pore sizes and reflectivity.
Spectroscopic Methods: (1950)
Provide information about the chemical nature of surfaces.
Definition of Solid Surface:
The boundary layer between a solid and a vacuum, a gas or a liquid.
A part of solid that differs in composition from the average composition of the bulk of the solid.
Top layer of atoms with a non-uniform composition that varies from the bulk.
The surface may be several of atomic layers deep.
surface measurements dose not affect the measurement of average composition of bulk (tiny fraction of the total solid).
Classical Methods:
Provide useful information about the physical nature of surfaces but less about their chemical nature.
Involve obtaining optical and electron microscopic images of surfaces and adsorption isotherms, surface areas, surface roughness, pore sizes and reflectivity.
Spectroscopic Methods: (1950)
Provide information about the chemical nature of surfaces.

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Dr. Nizam M. El-Ashgar 
Surface Characterization bySurface Characterization bySpectroscopy and MicroscopySpectroscopy and Microscopy
 
 
Importance of surface characterizationImportance of surface characterization
1- Heterogeneous Catalysis.1- Heterogeneous Catalysis.2- Semiconductor thin film technology.2- Semiconductor thin film technology.3- Corrosion and adhesion mechanisms3- Corrosion and adhesion mechanisms4- Activity of metal surfaces.4- Activity of metal surfaces.5- Studies of the behavior and functions of biological5- Studies of the behavior and functions of biologicalmembranes.membranes.
 
 
IntroductionIntroduction
Definition of Solid Surface:The boundary layer between a solid and a vacuum, a gas or aliquid.A part of solid that differs in composition from the averagecomposition of the bulk of the solid.
-
Top layer of atoms with a non-uniform composition that variesfrom the bulk.
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The surface may be several of atomic layers deep.
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surface measurements dose not affect the measurement of average composition of bulk (tiny fraction of the total solid).Classical Methods:Provide useful information about the physical nature of surfacesbut less about their chemical nature.Involve obtaining optical and electron microscopic images of surfaces and adsorption isotherms, surface areas, surfaceroughness, pore sizes and reflectivity.Spectroscopic Methods: (1950)Provide information about the chemical nature of surfaces.

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