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Surface Chemistry

Argonne maintains a wide-ranging science and technology portfolio that seeks to address complex challenges in interdisciplinary and innovative ways. Below is a list of all articles, highlights, profiles, projects, and organizations related specifically to surface chemistry.

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  • Jie Xu

    Focused on the fundamental understanding and engineering of polymer packing structure across multiple length scales to develop tissue-like electronics for energy and healthcare
  • Surface Chemistry

    The Surface Chemistry Group investigates ways to improve our influence over and understanding of surface species, composition, and structure at length scales that range from the atomic level to the microscale.
  • Interfacial Processes

    The Interfacial Processes Group uses X-rays to obtain unique insights into the structure and processes at solid-liquid interfaces.
  • Alex B. Martinson

    Alex Martinson is a Chemist at Argonne National Laboratory in the Materials Science Division, Interfaces for Clean Energy Theme, Surface Chemistry Group.
  • Richard A. Rosenberg

    Understanding the role of spin-polarized electrons in surface astrochemical reactions that may have bearings on the origins of life.
  • William L. Ebert

    William Ebert is a chemist and manages the Pyroprocess & Waste Form Development group within Argonne’s Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.
  • Catalysis

    The scientific achievements of the catalysis science program will help to enable the efficient use of natural resources, such as light alkanes (i.e., methane, ethane, propane, butane), as precursors of fuels for transportation and commodity chemicals.
  • Research reveals inner workings of liquid crystals

    Liquid crystals are used in everything from tiny digital watches to huge television screens, from optical devices to biomedical detectors. Yet little is known of their precise molecular structure when portions of such crystals interact with air.