Novel Methods to Study Interfacial Layers by D. MoebiusNovel Methods to Study Interfacial Layers by D. Moebius

Novel Methods to Study Interfacial Layers

byD. Moebius, D. Moebius, R. Miller

Other | October 30, 2001

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This book presents a number of selected papers given at the LB9 conference, held in Potsdam, Germany, in August 2000. It is dedicated to new techniques and methodologies for studying interfacial layers. One group of manuscripts deals with the application of surface plasmons at solid interfaces, used for example in resonance spectroscopy and light scattering. New applications of various types of Atomic Force Microscopy are reported making use of various modifications of tips. A number of chapters are dedicated to light emitting diodes built with the help of LB layers. The aim of these studies is the improvement of efficiency. Electrochemical methods were described as tools for developing sensors, in particular miniaturised pH or gas sensors.

The application of synchrotron X-ray and NMR techniques have been described in detail in two extended chapters. It is demonstrated how molecular information can be detected by these methods for various types of interfacial layers.

This monograph, along with 130 papers that have been submitted for publication in the special issues of relevant journals, represent the proceedings of the LBP conference.

Title:Novel Methods to Study Interfacial LayersFormat:OtherDimensions:532 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:October 30, 2001Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0080537774

ISBN - 13:9780080537771

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Table of Contents

Selected paper headings. Ellipsometry in interface science. Simultaneous observation of the electropolymerisation process of conducting polymers by surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, surface plasmon enhanced light scattering and cyclic voltammetry. Surface potential and piezo-response of ferroelectric langmuir-blodgett films studied by electrostatic force microscopy. Development of EPR method for examination of paramagnetic complex ordering in films. Study of adhesion properties of polymer surfaces by atomic force microscopy using chemically modified tips: imaging of functional group distribution. The fabrication of a self-assembled multilayer system containing an electron-transporting channel. Composite polyelectrolyte self-assembled films for chemical and bio-sensing. The detection of organic pollutants in water with calixarene coated electrodes.