Functionalized Magnetite Nanomaterials — Synthesis, Properties, and Applications
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2023) | Viewed by 13191
Interests: magnetism; neutron scattering; nano science; AIoTs; quantum computing
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Functional magnetite nanomaterials are currently considered attractive materials for advanced technological applications such as biological medicine, green energy, and the inorganic-based magnetic semiconductor. The field of magnetite nanomaterials has developed rapidly in the last few years due to its special magnetic properties. Based on these attributes, a series of synthetic routes have been explored with different levels of control on the size, shape, and polydispersity. Recently, many functionalized magnetite nanostructures have been reported in various fields, including MRI imaging, drug delivery and hyperthermia, metal ions removal, energy harnessing, and environmental pollution control. Despite these remarkable prospects, many problems in this field have yet to be resolved.
This Special Issue aims to cover the main properties, applications, and synthesis methods of magnetite nanomaterials that matches your research interests. You are cordially invited to contribute your most recent research for publication.
This Special Issue is open to original articles and review papers that help to increase our understanding of the latest trends and progress in functionalized magnetite nanomaterials research worldwide.
Prof. Dr. Sheng Yun Wu
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- magnetite nanomaterials
- magnetic properties
- magnetite nanoparticles
- surface modification
- MRI imaging
- drug delivery
- energy and environment
- modeling and simulation of magnetization processes