Interfacial microchemical characterization needs in surface processing
A number of materials and processing problems have been identified in which our microchemical characterization abilities are lacking. More than 20 areas for research are identified. Some of the highest priority projects include the development of techniques and methods with improved chemical specificity at interfaces, the development of fast, real-time surface and interface methods, the improvement of the cost and reliability of manufacturing monitors, and an increase in the collaboration among university, industry, and government laboratories.
Gaarenstroom, Stephen W.; Anderson, Richard J.; Nelson, Gerald C.; Baird, Ronald J.; Zaluzec, Matthew J.; Coduti, Philip L.; Liehr, Michael; Mayanovic, Robert A.; Powell, Cedric J.; and Sherwood, Peter M. A., "Interfacial microchemical characterization needs in surface processing" (1993). Articles by College of Natural and Applied Sciences Faculty. 2199.
Critical Reviews in Surface Chemistry