Special Issue "Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites and Their Potential Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2022) | Viewed by 16302
Interests: nanocomposites; nanomaterials; sensors; catalysis; detection
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First of all, it gives me an immense pleasure to introduce a special issue named as " Nanostructure Materials Coupled Conducting Polymer Composites and Their Potential Applications " in “Polymers” under MDPI. This will deal with composite materials coupled nano-technological aspects for the development of various sensor probes in potential applications based on conducting polymers. Polymer composite synthesis with various nanostructure materials is recently developed according to the need to improve the composite or materials in the specific applications for the industrial demands as well as daily needs. Developing bio- & nano-technology is receiving much attention in terms of their research and improvement on the topic of " Nanostructure Materials Coupled Conducting Polymer Composites and Their Potential Applications " recently. In the field of polymers, the nanomaterial codoped conducting polymers emerges as a challenging prospect due to their remarkable preparations, growth & characterizations, processing & fabrications, developments & potential applications such as Polymerization; Sensors; Bio-degradation; Bio-sensors; Electrosping; Bio-plastic; Nanofabrication; Blendings; Bio-polymers; Drug delivery; Hydro-gels; Fabrication; Sol-Gel; Cross-linking; bio-fuels. Depending on the potential application, the prepared conducting nanocomposite polymers may need bio-compatibility, mechanical strength, thermal or electric conductivity, good charge carried mobility, analyte specificity, detection as well as sensitivity, The relationship between the final properties of novel polymer nanocomposite mateirals and the path of their origin, structure, and treatment is summarized by one fundamental question, “How to bring these new composite polymer nanomaterials to practical applications in a small or large scales? Both theoretical and practical features of polymer materials fo nano-sciences, physico-chemicals, nano-technologicals, and bio-medicals will be covered. It will be compiled for a great preference of audience with diverse backgrounds of educational sectors and assembling of innovative research and development sectors. It will also cover the information extensively to dynamic experts in the field of polymers, hybrid materials, nanomaterials, nanocomposites sciences and technologies. Generally, all significant aspects dealing with the polymer materials, chemistry, physics, biology, technology, health-sciences, and engineering of polymer nanocomposites and their extensive applications in chemi- & bio-technology are pretended. Authors are cordially invited to present their novel ideas and recent advance development as a regular papers and reviews in the fields of " Nanostructure Materials Coupled Conducting Polymer Composites and Their Potential Applications " in this special issue of Polymers. I hope, this selective special topic has certainly attained achievement of its conventional essence and achieved innovative routes of preparation, improvement, continuous changes in multi-dimensional nano-bio-technological areas of polymers. It will focus on cutting-edge nano-sciences and bio-technology of nano-composite polymer materials as well as polymer nanomaterials. It is expected to guide to the preparation of novel nano-composite polymer materials with special properties, functions, and potential applications. It will open up bright possibilities for the solution to the environmental, biomedical, industrial, and ecological problems. I wish that this issue will contribute to bequeath an attractive atmosphere and precious resources to subsequent generation. Finally, both original research and review papers are welcome in this issue. Thus, I am delighted to invite you to contribute your recent reseach finding as a full-papers, letters, communications, reviews, and perspective articles.
Prof. Dr. Mohammed Muzibur Rahman
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- conducting polymers
- composite materials
- hybrid materials
- chemical sensors
- rubber composites
- fibrous materials
- carbon materials
- polymer blends
- bioactive polymers
- drug delivery
- polymer nanomaterials