Special Issue "Recent Trends in Functional Hybrid Nano-Composite Materials and Their Application for Catalysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 November 2022) | Viewed by 3108
Interests: nanocomposites; nanomaterials; sensors; catalysis; detection
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Interests: functional materials; nanocomposites; conducting polymers; organic-inorganic hybrid materials for applications in energy; environment and catalysis
It gives us immense pleasure to introduce this Special Issue of Catalysis entitled Recent Trends in Functional Hybrid Nano-Composite Materials and Their Applications for Catalysis. It will deal with aspects of nano-composites that can be exploited for the improvement of various hybrid materials for potential catalysis applications based on transition metal oxide doped or un-doped nano-scale materials on various substrates. Recently, the development of nanotechnology has received much attention in terms of its research and development on the topic of single crystals based on hybrid materials or nanocomposites. In the field of composite materials, doped semiconductor nanostructures have emerged as an exciting prospect due to their remarkable preparation, growth, characteristics, processing, fabrication, development, and potential applications in catalysis. Nanostructure materials have also attracted substantial consideration because of their unique properties and capability for investigating catalytic behaviors, which is simple and feasible for conventional materials coupled with composites in micro-and nanostructures. This Special Issue will deal with advanced and promising developments in the field of nanotechnology on crystalline or amorphous composite materials. Topics will include all features of transition as well as semiconductor material-codoped composites, including their preparation; characterization; processing; fabrication; development; sensing, chemical, physical, catalytical, and biological properties; optical and electronic properties; nano-hybrids; nanotech, biotech, smart-chip, and micro-devices; bio- and nano-medical probes; etc.
Both theoretical and practical features of nano-structure crystalline materials used for nano-science and physicochemical, nano-technological, and medical studies will be covered. This Special Issue is intended to reach a wide audience with diverse backgrounds in the educational sector and is aimed at assembling innovative research and development on hybrid composite materials. It will provide extensive information from dynamic experts in the fields of composite materials, composite sciences, catalysis, and various other technologies. Generally, all significant aspects dealing with the materials, chemistry, physics, biology, technology, health sciences, and engineering of nanoscale composite materials, as well as their extensive catalysis applications, will be considered for publication. Authors are cordially invited to present their novel ideas and recent advanced developments in the form of regular papers or reviews in the field of hybrid composite materials for this Special Issue.
I believe the topic of this Special Issue has yielded innovative routes for the preparation and improvement of continuous changes in the multi-dimensional nano-technological area. It will focus on the cutting-edge nanoscience and nanotechnology of hybrid composite materials. It is expected to guide the preparation of novel nanocomposite materials with special properties, functions, and potential catalysis applications. It will open up possibilities for the solution of environmental, industrial, and ecological problems. I hope that this Special Issue will contribute to providing precious resources to future generations of researchers.
Prof. Dr. Mohammed M. Rahman
Prof. Dr. Al Nakib Chowdhury
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- hybrid materials
- carbon materials
- surface science