Special Issue "Rare Earth Based Luminescent Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 417
Interests: coordination chemistry; rare earth complexes; immobilization matrices; photoluminescence
Interests: fine inorganic synthesis; rare earth chemistry; photocatalysis; thin films; nuclear chemistry
Interests: inorganic chemistry; material science; chemistry of rare earths; photocatalysis; environmental problems
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The intensive research work in the field of luminescent materials with lanthanides, resulting in a large number of articles published on the subject, shows that the interest in these materials is far from exhausted. This is due to the remarkable properties and fascinating applications of these materials. Optical telecommunications, luminescent displays, and white LEDs, as well as various biomedical applications, are just a few to be mentioned. This Special Issue aims to demonstrate the recent trends in the research on luminescent materials based on lanthanides. The synthesis, properties, and applications of these materials, as well as fundamental studies and design, are a matter of importance.
The scope of the Special Issue is rather wide-ranging, covering both lanthanide complexes, and organic, inorganic, and organic-inorganic hybrid materials with advanced luminescent properties. The scientific community, researchers, and experts are challenged and highly welcome to present both original papers and short communications, as well as reviews, in this Special Issue.
Dr. Joana Zaharieva
Prof. Dr. Dimitar Todorovsky
Prof. Dr. Maria Milanova
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- rare earth
- inorganic materials
- hybrid materials
- composite materials
- metal-organic frameworks