Magnetochemistry in China

A special issue of Magnetochemistry (ISSN 2312-7481).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2024 | Viewed by 714

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School of Chemistry, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou 510275, China
Interests: design and development of new synthetic methods towards molecular magnetic materials including single-molecule magnets; cryogenic molecular magnetic refrigerants; spin crossover; multifunctional molecular materials

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Shanghai Institute of Ceramics Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China
Interests: magneto-optical ceramics; laser ceramics; scintillation ceramics; ceramic phosphors; optical ceramics
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Key Laboratory of Microelectronic Devices and Integrated Technology, Institute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029, China
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State Key Laboratory of Coordination Chemistry, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210023, China
Interests: functional coordination chemistry; multifunctional molecular materials; molecular conductors and semiconductors; molecular magnetic materials; electro-optical conversion materials

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School of Materials and Energy, Yunnan University, Kunming 650091, China
Interests: electromagnetic shielding; microwave absorption; electrochemical storage properties of carbon and metal oxides materials

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High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hefei 230036, China
Interests: magneto-optical; THz materials and devices; functional oxide films; microwave absorption materials

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Magnetic materials form the backbone of advancements across scientific and technological landscapes. China, with its robust scientific community, has emerged as a pioneering force in magnetochemistry research, contributing significantly to the understanding and application of magnetic materials. This proposed special issue, titled “Magnetochemistry in China”, seeks to consolidate groundbreaking research and progress in this dynamic field, offering a panoramic view of China's contributions to magnetochemistry.

The special issue will feature contributions from experts in various facets of magnetochemistry, hailing from distinguished institutions across China. The scope of the special issue  includes, but is not limited to:

  • molecular magnetic;
  • low-dimensional energy conversion & environmental materials;
  • magneto-optical materials;
  • magnetic refrigeration materials;
  • magnetic energy storage materials;
  • magnetic materials for electromagnetic interference prevention;
  • functional coordination chemistry;

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We anticipate that “Magnetochemistry in China” will not only serve as a platform to showcase the excellence of Chinese researchers in this field but also foster international collaboration and inspire further advancements in magnetochemistry. The proposed special issue aligns with the global trend of harnessing magnetic materials for groundbreaking applications, making it a timely and essential addition to the scientific literature.

Prof. Dr. Ming-Liang Tong
Prof. Dr. Jiang Li
Prof. Dr. Guozhong Xing
Prof. Dr. Jing-Lin Zuo
Prof. Dr. Hongtao Guan
Prof. Dr. Zhigao Sheng
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Keywords

  • molecular magnetic
  • low-dimensional energy conversion & environmental materials
  • magneto-optical materials
  • magnetic refrigeration materials
  • magnetic energy storage materials
  • magnetic materials for electromagnetic interference prevention
  • functional coordination chemistry

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Ni@C/PPy Composites Derived from Ni-MOF Materials for Efficient Microwave Absorption
by Yu Ma, Yupeng Zou, Lingsai Meng, Lijuan Cai, Shengxiang Xiong, Gang Chen, Chengjun Dong and Hongtao Guan
Magnetochemistry 2024, 10(4), 24; https://doi.org/10.3390/magnetochemistry10040024 - 30 Mar 2024
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Ni-MOF, as a metal–organic framework, has the advantages of morphological diversity and adjustable composition, which make its derivatives attractive for electromagnetic wave absorption. However, it is challenging for Ni-MOF derivatives to obtain strong absorption at low filling rates. Herein, ternary Ni@C/PPy composites based [...] Read more.
Ni-MOF, as a metal–organic framework, has the advantages of morphological diversity and adjustable composition, which make its derivatives attractive for electromagnetic wave absorption. However, it is challenging for Ni-MOF derivatives to obtain strong absorption at low filling rates. Herein, ternary Ni@C/PPy composites based on Ni-MOF derivatives were synthesized by cooperatively coupling magnetic Ni@C nanoparticles with a conductive polymer PPy matrix through a facile self-assembly method. Among them, Ni@C nanoparticles are formed after Ni-MOF pyrolysis, and PPy serves as the backbone to effectively assemble and support the Ni@C nanoparticles. As a result, the Ni@C/PPy-3 sample exhibited excellent performance with a reflection loss value of −50.65 dB at a filling ratio of 15 wt% and a thickness of 2.5 mm. At the same time, its effective absorption bandwidth reached 6.24 GHz, covering the whole Ku frequency band. The results show that in comparison to pure Ni@C composite, the Ni@C/PPy multi-component composite with a porous structure shows significant advantages in terms of optimizing impedance matching, which can effectively enhance the interface polarization and, thus, greatly improve its electromagnetic absorption ability. In summary, this work provides a valuable research idea for developing strong absorbing properties of absorbing materials at a low filling rate. Full article
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