Special Issue "Feature Papers on "Hybrid and Composite Crystalline Materials" 2023–2024"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2024 | Viewed by 5249
2. Department of Chemistry, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, 119992 Moscow, Russia
3. N. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, 119991 Moscow, Russia
Interests: catalysis; nanomaterials; renewables; green chemistry
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This Special Issue entitled “Feature Papers on ‘Hybrid and Composite Crystalline Materials’ 2023–2024” covers topics related to the chemistry and structure of diverse hybrid and composite crystalline materials, the design and engineering of these materials, and their applications. Hybrid and composite crystalline materials include, inter alia, coordination polymers; metal–organic frameworks; covalent organic frameworks; hierarchical zeolites and zeolite-like materials; organic–inorganic hybrids; composites based on graphene, carbon nitride, or layered sulfides; and composites based on metal, metal oxide, metal chalcogenide, or metal pnictide nanoparticles stabilized with organic ligands or polymers (such nanoparticles can be either unsupported or supported onto appropriate matrices). Other topics related to the design and application of hybrid and composite crystalline materials are welcome. For example, coordination chemistry, the influence of intermolecular interactions on the geometry and arrangement of species constituting hybrid and composite crystalline materials, and cooperative and synergistic effects will all be considered.
For this Special Issue, we aim to publish high-quality articles within the field of hybrid and composite crystalline materials. A discount on the article processing charge will be available for published papers. Please feel free to contact Jocelyn Bai (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to contribute to this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. Leonid Kustov
Manuscript Submission Information
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- hybrid materials
- composite materials
- intermolecular interactions
- molecular crystals
- coordination polymers
- metal–organic frameworks
- covalent organic frameworks
- hierarchical zeolites
- zeolite-like materials
- organic–inorganic hybrids
- carbon nitride
- layered sulfides
- metal nanoparticles
- metal oxide nanoparticles
- metal chalcogenide nanoparticles
- metal pnictide nanoparticles