Inorganic Materials

A section of Inorganics (ISSN 2304-6740).

Section Information

The focus of the Section Inorganic Materials is on materials properties and the intriguing interplay between properties, structure and composition. In this context, materials can be inorganic compounds, composites, nano-confined, bio-inspired architectures or be based on ionic liquids or other concepts at the boundaries of the discipline. The scope of the section not only spans the development of advanced synthesis techniques and the varieties of approaches to access physical and chemical properties but also considers the application of theoretical approaches to gain a deep understanding of the origin of such properties. We are very dedicated to creating a sustainable future based on renewable energy and novel ground-breaking technologies are often based on novel materials. Our aim is to facilitate the publication of original fundamental science and forefront research within physical chemistry, chemical engineering and materials science at the boundaries with inorganic chemistry. Contributions such as original research articles, reviews, letters and communications will be considered.


advanced synthesis; alloys and intermetallics; anode materials; battery materials; bio-inspired materials; catalysis; coatings and interfaces; crystal chemistry; crystallography; carbon based materials; carbon dioxide storage and conversion; electrolytes; fuel cells; hydrides; hydrogen generation; hydrogen storage; ionic conductivity; optical properties; magnetic properties; magnetic materials; nano-additives effect; nano-composites; nano-confinement; optical properties; photocatalysis; photovoltaics; photosynthesis; polymorphic transitions; reaction mechanisms; self-healing materials; sensors; supercapacitors; sustainable materials; thermal stability; thermoelectrics; thin films; water splitting; X-ray and neutron scattering

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