Interface-specific facility for quantifying adsorption and structures at particulate interfaces (2009–2010)
We seek to establish a state-of-the-art vibrational sum-frequency generation facility for in-situ study of adsorption and structures at particulate (gas-liquid, liquid-solid and gas-solid) interfaces. The proposed facility will be unique in Australia and will service the multi-disciplinary collaborations in interface science and engineering between researchers at the Universities of Queensland, Newcastle and South Australia, Curtin University of Technology and James Cook University. The results will place Australia in the forefront of research in adsorption and interaction of ions and molecules with the interfaces involved in the processing industries.
ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities