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The exhaustive list of topics in Interfacial Engineering in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Engineering of interfaces
  • Definitions of fluid-fluid and fluid-solid interfaces
  • Occurrence of interfaces in science and engineering
  • Overview of industrial applications of various interfacial phenomena
  • Colloidal materials
  • Properties of colloidal systems
  • Experimental characterization of colloidal dispersions.
  • Surface and interfacial tension
  • Theoretical methods for the calculation of surface and interfacial tension
  • Experimental techniques for the determination of equilibrium and dynamic tension
  • Shape of the surfaces:
    • Curvature and radius of curvature
    • Young-Laplace equation
    • Kelvin equation
    • Pendant and sessile drops
    • Adams-Bashforth equation
    • Characterization of fluid-solid interfaces
    • Contact angle and wetting phenomena
    • Young-Dupré equation
    • Measurement of equilibrium and dynamic contact angles
    • Deposition of thin films
    • Mechanism of film nucleation
    • Chemical vapor deposition, molecular beam epitaxy, sputtering and atomic layer deposition techniques
    • Applications of fluid-solid interfaces in crystallization, development of ceramic materials, catalysts, electronic products and nanomaterials.
    • Intermolecular and surface forces
    • Van der Waals forces
    • Electrostatic double layer force
    • Disjoining pressure
    • DLVO theory
    • Non-DLVO forces.
  • Adsorption at fluid-fluid and fluid-solid interfaces
  • Adsorption of surfactants
  • Gibbs and Langmuir monolayers
  • Gibbs adsorption equation
  • Surface equation of state
  • Surface pressure isotherm
  • Langmuir-Blodgett films and their applications
  • Radiotracer and neutron reflection techniques for studying adsorption at fluid-fluid interfaces
  • Henry, Freundlich, Langmuir, Frumkin and Davies adsorption isotherms
  • Brunauer-Emmett-Teller theory of adsorption
  • Adsorption hysteresis
  • Characterization of adsorption at fluid-solid interfaces by vacuum and non-vacuum techniques.
  • Interfacial rheology and transport processes
  • Surface shear viscosity
  • Surface dilatational viscosity
  • Boussinesq number
  • Interfacial tension gradient and Marangoni effect
  • Gibbs and Marangoni elasticity
  • Boussinesq-Scriven model
  • Interfacial turbulence
  • Motion of drops in a liquid
  • Thin liquid films
  • Disjoining pressure and body-force models
  • Stability of thin liquid film
  • Black films.
  • Emulsions:
    • Preparation, characterization and applications
    • Ostwald ripening
    • Flocculation and coalescence
  • Microemulsions:
    • Characterization and properties
    • Stability of microemulsions
  • Foams:
    • Preparation, characterization and stability
    • Structure of foams.
  • Interfacial reactions
  • Reactions at fluid-solid interfaces
  • Langmuir-Hinshelwood model
  • External and internal transport processes
  • Interfacial polycondensation reactions
  • Fast and instantaneous reactions at fluid-fluid interfaces
  • Reactions at biointerfaces
  • Micellar catalysis
  • Phase transfer catalysis.
  • Biological interfaces
  • Adsorption of proteins at interfaces
  • Biomembranes
  • Interfacial forces at biointerfaces
  • Adhesion and fusion phenomena
  • Biomaterials.
  • Nanomaterials:
    • Classification and preparation
    • Self-assembly
    • Nanoparticles
    • Nanowires, nanorods and nanotubes
    • Microporous and mesoporous materials
    • Lithographic techniques
    • Toxic effects of nanomaterials