Special Issue "Metallic Oxide Nanostructures: 2nd Edition"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 March 2024 | Viewed by 80
Interests: atomic layer deposition; photocatalysis; electrospinning; nanomaterials; sensors; thin films
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Metal oxide nanomaterials have garnered significant interest due to their exceptional chemical, physical, and electronic properties when compared to their bulk counterparts. These versatile materials can be tailored for potential applications in functional devices across various domains.
The aim of this Special Issue is to collate high-quality papers on the design, synthesis and modification of metallic oxide nanostructures by fine-tuning their morphology, geometry, crystallinity, and interfaces. We will welcome submisions addressing the correlation between these parameters and the physical-chemical properties, as well as their novel applications in diverse fields such as health, environment, and renewable energy. Additionally, we will accept relevant papers related to all aspects of prospective materials design, original materials properties, and innovative characterization techniques.
Dr. Mikhael Bechelany
Manuscript Submission Information
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- metal oxide
- 1D nanostructures
- thin film
- surface modification
- nanostructured material