Dynamic Processes at Interfaces
Interfaces are ubiquitous in a variety of applications from food industry and oil recovery to personal care products and drug delivery. Because of the asymmetry of forces at interfaces, they possess unique chemical and physical properties distinctive from those of the adjacent bulk media. Therefore, equilibrium and dynamic properties at interfaces differ from their bulk counterparts. This session welcomes contributions on experimental and theoretical studies of dynamic interfacial properties in particular those induced by molecular and colloidal species in addition to studies on the factors impacting the adsorption kinetics and the resulting consequences for interfacial properties and dynamics. Novel experimental techniques and simulation tools powerful in probing complex fluid interfaces and dynamic processes occurring at interfaces are also of interest.
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