Special Issue "Synthesis and Application of Functional Nanoparticles"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 4363
Interests: nanomaterials; dispersed systems; ultrasound; cavitation; plasma; polymers; adsorption; interphase borders; metal oxides; semiconductors; hydrogen; composite materials; mechanics; fluid dynamics; functional materials
Nanomaterials are described as materials with at least one exterior dimension of 1 to 100 nanometers. Such objects can exist naturally, can be synthesized as products of physical and chemical processes, and also can be engineered to possess specific properties. Physical and chemical properties of these materials, in many cases, differ drastically from those of their bulk-form equivalents. If there is a specific feature in constitution and properties of nanomaterials providing them with the ability to serve as materials with a specific role, they are called functional nanomaterials. Functional nanomaterials are used in a wide range of applications, ranging from technics and industry to cosmetics and environmental preservation, due to their capacity to create materials in a specific way to perform a specified function. This Special Issue aims at gathering recent advances dealing with functional nanomaterials synthesis and application from the fundamental exploration of the synthetic procedures and mechanisms, examination of their properties and their modification to the interesting applications and innovations. This Special Issue also aims to bring together different communities (physicists, chemists, biologists, etc.) that do not often interact in order to help new research ideas and directions around the application of nanoscale effects for materials fabrication and application.
Dr. Nikolay A. Bulychev
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- functional nanomaterials
- surface modification
- application of nanomaterials