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Gas Adsorption Microcalorimetry: Probing Energetics of Oxide Surfaces


As the dimensions decrease, surface properties become an overriding feature controlling reactivity and phase transformations in nanophases. The control of properties of solid surfaces is of paramount importance in a number of fields ranging from heterogeneous catalysis and fuel cells to microchip fabrication and corrosion-resistive coatings. Gas adsorption microcalorimetry is an unsurpassed method for providing information on surface energetics and reactivity.