Electromagnetic and Microwave Absorption Properties of Magnetic Nanomaterials and Superstructure
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 March 2024 | Viewed by 9093
Interests: magnetic materials; high-intensity magnetic field; Fe, Co, Ni-based materials; magnetic metal oxide; magnetic phase change material; microwave absorption
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems have recently become extremely serious due to the accelerated development of wireless communication tools and electronic systems. These problems threaten the health of human beings, cause information leakage, and impede the functionality of electronic devices. The electromagnetic (EM) wave absorbers can avoid or attenuate the hazards of EMI by effectively absorbing EM waves. The EM absorption (EMA) properties of absorbers are determined by many crucial factors, such as compound composition, morphology and microstructure. Hence, various microwave absorbents with different compositions and structures have been obtained from flakes, porous, core–shells, and superstructures. Among these absorbents, the magnetic loss materials and superstructures are effective in EMA. Given their high magnetic anisotropy, shape anisotropy, complex interface, and large specific surface, magnetic loss materials and superstructures enhance the diffuse scattering of the incident microwave and polarization of interface charges. Hence, magnetic loss and superstructural materials have received great interest from researchers in EMA areas.
We are pleased to invite you to contribute to the Special Issue of Nanomaterials entitled “Electromagnetic and Microwave Absorption Properties of Magnetic Nanomaterials and Superstructure”, which is in line with the development direction of Nanomaterials and can make contributions to the development and influence of the journal.
This Special Issue aims to include the magnetic materials and superstructure applied for microwave absorption.
In this Special Issue, original research articles and reviews are welcome. Research areas may include (but is not limited to) the following:
- Design of magnetic-based composites, superstructure and their microwave absorption, concerning not only the fabrication processes, the materials employed (Fe, Co, Ni-based materials, magnetic metal oxide, Magnetic phase change material, etc.);
- Special design of structures (1D, 2D, 3D structures, porous structures, core/yolk-shell structures, hollow structures, 3D printing structure, etc.) but especially reports of their practical application in microwave absorption.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Xiaohui Liang
Dr. Zengming Man
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- magnetic materials
- Fe, Co, Ni-based materials
- magnetic metal oxide
- magnetic phase change material
- microwave absorption