Special Issue "Magnetic, Optical, and Electrical Transport Properties of Novel Nanomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 November 2023) | Viewed by 742
Interests: nanotubes; van der Waals materials; 2D materials
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Nanomaterials have a broad area of development owing to their novel and significantly unique physical and chemical properties in comparison to their bulk counterparts. The importance of nanomaterials in various applications and their different properties are reported elsewhere following tremendous scientific developments. The large surface area and confinement (quantum) effects of nanomaterials lead to greater chemical reactivity that determines the properties and characteristics of materials at the nanometer scale, which results in new optical, electrical, and magnetic behaviors. The precise control over the optical, magnetic, chemical, biological, electrical, and other properties at the nanoscale has led to significant research activity on nanostructures in novel nanomaterials research. Hence, intelligent design and synthesis of new nanomaterials with controlled size, morphology, dimensionality, and novel properties are yielding innovative applications. The use of materials chemistry, especially the chemical principles to control the synthesis of novel nanomaterials, is a key aspect to modify the properties of nanomaterials and thus create new technological applications. Additionally, the understanding of magnetic, optical, and electrical transport properties of novel nanomaterials is a comprehensive study on cutting-edge progress in the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials. Hence, the study of these properties of novel nanomaterial is crucial to tailor the development of optoelectronic devices and other subsequent advances in many different applications. The impact of novel nanomaterials with desirable magnetic and optoelectronic properties on commercial applications is inevitable and hence has a significant role in the development of scientific and engineering technologies at the nanoscale.
Covering novel nanomaterials and their key points of interest, this Special Issue aims to collect studies on the development of novel nanomaterials, and this issue will cover the magnetic, optical, and electrical transport properties of novel nanomaterials and their frontier applications in different fields. This Special Issue will be vital to academic researchers and engineers working with novel nanomaterials.
We welcome the submission of full research papers, communications, as well as review articles in the Special Issue “Magnetic, Optical, and Electrical Transport Properties of Novel Nanomaterials”. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- New/developed synthesis methodologies for the preparation of novel nanomaterials;
- Structural, optical, magnetic, and electronic properties of nanomaterials;
- Nanomaterials in optoelectronic device applications (photodetectors, sensors, solar cells, etc.);
- Nanomaterials in energy storage and other commercial applications.
We look forward to your submissions.
Dr. Lena Yadgarov
Dr. Neena Prasad
Manuscript Submission Information
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- novel nanomaterials
- optical properties
- magnetic properties
- optoelectronic applications
- electrical transport