## About these proceedings

### Introduction

Written for researchers and advanced students the book exhibits a combination of various methods and tools required to describe the complexity of the chemical and physical behaviour of fluid surfaces. The common denominator for all the contributions presented here is the simultaneous use of concepts from surface chemistry and physics and from hydrodynamics where external force fields can be introduced. Theoretical and experimental work is equally represented. Most of the basic problems in the area of nonequilibrium multiphase systems have not yet received extensive treatment. This volume should be a reference for physicists, physico-chemists, and chemical engineers and will serve as a jumping-off point for new directions and new points of view.

### Keywords

Boiling Condensation Constitutive Equations for Surfaces Dynamics of Multiphase Systems Evaporation Fluid Physics Influence of External Fields on Fluid Interfaces Interfaces Surface Properties and Instabilities Surface Thermodynamics thermodynam

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