Guest Editor: Professor Kai Wu College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China Research Interests: Surface physical chemistry, including molecular adsorption, assembly, reaction, molecular electron spin and ion chemistry at structure-controlled surfaces
Special Issue Information Surface physical chemistry is an essential branch of physical chemistry, primarily dealing with surface chemistry and physics. It involves the exploration of fundamental chemical principles on solid surfaces and registers wide applications in heterogeneous catalysis, electrochemistry, energy chemistry and nanotechnology. As stated by Professor G. Ertl, Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry in 2007, “the whole field of nanotechnology is in fact essentially governed by surface reactions”. With the rapid development of modern surface science techniques and theoretical chemistry, it’s now actually possible for scientists to explore surface physicochemical processes at the atomic and molecular levels.
In this special issue, several domestic scientists working in surface physical chemistry are invited to share their recent research progress with our readers.
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