Solid Surfaces


Our instrument park is divided into a number of categories. The Solid Surfaces category includes

  • Surface Modification
  • Surface Analysis
  • Adsorbed Layers
  • Interaction Between Surfaces


Surface Modification

Surface modification can be achieved through a variety of ways. In chemical modification the surface is reacted chemically and this method can be used to achieve a molecular thin layer or a thicker coating layer.» Read more...

Surface Analysis

Knowing what is at the surface can be the clue to solving major problems in the detective work of trouble shooting. Surface analysis answers not only the questions of what and how much is on the surface but also gives a topological description of the surface.» Read more...

Adsorbed Layers

The study of adsorption and adsorbed layers is one of the most fundamental issues in surface chemistry. It forms the foundation for the understanding of surface modification as well as colloid stability.» Read more...

Interaction Between Surfaces

Measurement of the interaction between surfaces is a fairly new technology in surface chemistry. The results are relevant in the understanding of colloidal stability as well as the design of new surfaces.» Read more...
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