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Physicalchemistry of surfaces and functionalization (M2 Electroch only) - WPMPPFS5

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 12.0
    • Tutorials : 12.0
    ECTS : 3.0

Goals

This lecture is divided in three parts; the first one is based on the thermodynamic adhesion dealing with the various types of interface boundaries. The second part is relative to the chemistry of surfaces and the main tools of investigation. The third part is relative to real surface which are hydrated and/or oxidised and which exhibit enhanced properties.

Contact Jean-Charles JOUD

Content

1. Adhesion

  • Wettability of solid-liquid interface
  • Energetic interface based on the various natures of boundaries
  • Experimental approaches
  • Application to various types of interfaces

2.Surface chemistry

  • Generalities on the interactions of particles with condensed matter.
  • Application of surface analysis
  • Interactions ions / mater. Technic SIMS.
  • Electron spectroscopy (XPS, Auger )
  • Applications

3. Real surfaces and functionalisation

  • Adhesion on oxidised /hydrated surfaces
  • Organometallic primers-Silane based primers
  • Applications: Adhesives, Bio adhesion, Elaboration ...


Prerequisites

Tests



Additional Information

Curriculum->Master->Semester 5
Curriculum->EPEE->Semester 5
Curriculum->Master Electrochimie et Procédés->Semester 5
Curriculum->Double-Diploma Engineer/Master->Semester 5

Bibliography

Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, A.W.Adamson John Wiley &Sons 1990
Practical Surface Analysis, Second Edition, D.Briggs and M.P.Seah John Wiley &Sons. 1990

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Date of update June 26, 2014

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