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Molecular Research on Nanosorbent Materials

A special issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067). This special issue belongs to the section "Materials Science".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 September 2024 | Viewed by 348

Special Issue Editors

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Department of Cosmetology, Stanisław Staszic State University of Applied Sciences in Piła, Pila, Poland
Interests: adsorption; carbonaceous materials; activated carbons; Monte Carlo simulations; mathematical models
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Chair of Materials Chemistry, Adsorption and Catalysis Carbon Materials Application in Electrochemistry and Environmental Protection Reserch Group, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Toruń, Poland
Interests: material science; synthesis and characterization of carbonaceous nanomaterials; characterization of porous structures; mathematical modeling and simulation; adsorption
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Adsorption, adsorbents and nanomaterials are significant in many areas, including chemistry and catalysis, environmental protection, separation technology, medicine, biochemistry, electrochemistry, and analytical chemistry. Adsorption as a phenomenon and adsorbents as a heterogeneous group of materials, which exhibit adsorption properties due to their developed surface area and/or porous structure, are also interconnected with nanomaterials. On the one hand, nanomaterials can be used as adsorbents. On the other hand, adsorption methods are widely used to characterise nanomaterials, and adsorption is important in some of their applications. Developing these and related areas is possible through insight and understanding at the molecular level, at which adsorption occurs. Molecular mechanisms are the basis of methods for synthesising adsorbents and nanomaterials or their applications. Therefore, the Special Issue is focused on all the molecular aspects of adsorption, adsorbents and nanomaterials and their applications.

This Special Issue welcomes original papers and reviews on all aspects of adsorption, adsorbents and/or nanomaterials as well as their mechanisms, with particular emphasis on insight at the molecular level. Papers focusing on fundamental aspects and those aimed at practical applications are both welcome. Researchers working on such issues are encouraged to submit their results to this Special Issue, regardless of whether they are obtained using experimental or theoretical methods or a combination of both approaches.

Dr. Sylwester Furmaniak
Dr. Piotr A Gauden
Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

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  • adsorption
  • adsorbents
  • nanomaterials
  • insight at the molecular level
  • experimental studies
  • theoretical studies
  • fundamentals
  • applications

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