Special Issue "Carbon-Based Nanomaterials 3.0"
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Interests: nanomaterials; polymers; nanocomposites; inorganic nanoparticles; antibacterial agents; surfactants; interphases
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Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Carbon-Based Nanomaterials 4.0
Research on carbon-based nanomaterials, such as carbon nanotubes, graphene and its derivatives, nanodiamond, fullerenes, and other nano-sized carbon allotropes, has experienced sharp exponential growth over the last years. The infinite possibilities to modify and tailor carbon nanomaterials is associated with their small size, approaching the size of many fundamental biomolecules. Their large specific surface area, high electrical and thermal conductivity, unique optical properties, and superior mechanical properties have paved the way for a broad range of applications. In particular, fullerene derivatives have been applied to solar energy scavenging, graphene has been widely used in flexible electronics, carbon nanotubes have been tailored to have molecular recognition capability, carbon or graphene quantum dots have been extensively used for bioimaging and sensing owing to their photoluminescence properties, and nanodiamonds have been demonstrated to be useful in super-resolution imaging and nanoscale temperature sensing.
This Special Issue aims to offer a forum for the publication of original research/review articles regarding carbon-based nanomaterials. It covers all branches and aspects of new processing techniques and testing methods, as well as their applications. Novel surface modifications of carbon nanomaterials to tailor their physico–chemical properties are welcomed. Authors are encouraged to submit their original works stressing the applications of carbon nanomaterials in a variety of fields, such as electronics, energy storage, biomedicine, sensing, and so forth.
We aim to gather contributions from renowned researchers in the field in order to make this Issue a reference for the entire scientific community working on the fundamental and applied research of carbon nanomaterials. We want this Issue to reflect the plethora of carbon nanomaterials and the variety of strategies that have been developed in order to enhance their performance.
Prof. Dr. Ana María Díez-Pascual
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- quantum dots
- carbon nanotubes
- biomedical applications
- sensing applications
- electronic applications
- surface functionalization