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ISSN (printed): 0927-6440. ISSN (electronic): 1568-5543.
Composite Interfaces provides a forum for interdisciplinary scientific and engineering research on composite interfaces/interphases and their related phenomena. It presents new concepts and approaches for composite interface study. Presenting new concepts for composite interface study, the journal balances interest in chemistry, physical properties, mechanical properties, molecular structures, characterization techniques and theories. Composite Interfaces covers a wide range of topics including - but not restricted to - surface treatment of reinforcing fibers and fillers; effect of interface structure on mechanical properties, physical properties, curing and rheology; coupling agents; synthesis of matrices designed to promote adhesion; molecular and atomic characterization of interfaces; interfacial morphology; dynamic mechanical study of interphases; interfacial compatibilization; adsorption; tribology. The journal publishes articles encompassing composites with organic and inorganic materials and includes composites applied to aerospace, automotive appliances, electronics, construction, marine, optical and biomedical fields. Although blends, coatings and adhesives are not traditionally called composites, they are an important part of the journal since their interfacial structures and properties have great similarities to composite interfaces.
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