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01 February 2021
Advances in Computational Studies of Interfacial Systems
From wettability, spreading and adhesion, to adsorption, diffusion and reaction, the physics and chemistry happening at surfaces are fascinatingly rich - but also complex. While navigating the depths of interfaces, one encounters regions not charted by experiments or theories. Numerical approaches, at the molecular scale or in the continuum, are often able to fill this gap, although strong inhomogeneities and the overlap of multiple characteristic length scales (molecular, electrostatic, capillary) pose numerous challenges. In the rapidly evolving landscape of numerical methods for interfacial systems, this issue aims at providing a snapshot of current advances in computational approaches (and their applications) in the areas of statistical mechanics of fluid/fluid and solid/fluid interfaces, phase equilibria and phase transitions, biological interfaces, gas adsorption, capillary phenomena, electrochemistry, wetting, and reactions at interfaces.
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