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Department of Materials Physics, Faculty of Physics, Complutense University of Madrid, 28040 Madrid, Spain
Dr. Carlos Díaz-Guerra
Department of Materials Physics, Faculty of Physics, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Synthesis and Applications of Nanostructured Materials and Selected Papers from Nano 2022

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Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue is based on the 16th conference Nano Conference “Nano 2022”, organized under the auspices of the International Committee on Nanostructured Materials (ICNM). The conference will be held in Seville, Spain, from 6 to 10 June 2022 (https://nano2022.org.es/).

The broad themes that will be addressed during the conference include the synthesis, modification, characterization, and fabrication of devices based on nanostructured materials. Topics are related to the different symposia and include: thin films and 2D materials, scalable manufacturing, defects and doping of nanomaterials, sensors and biosensors, flexible electronics, nanomaterials for energy storage and conversion, resistive switching, optical and electronic nanodevices, nanostructured magnetic materials, green-nanomaterials, and carbon nanomaterials. Participants of the conference are cordially invited to contribute original research papers to this thematic issue.

Dr. Belén Sotillo
Dr. Carlos Díaz-Guerra
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Keywords

  • 2D materials
  • magnetic nanomaterials
  • sensors
  • nanomaterials for energy
  • resistive switching
  • nanoscale characterization methods
  • nanomaterials growth
  • doping and processing
  • nanomaterials for electronics and optoelectronics
  • carbon-based nanomaterials
  • green nanomaterials

Participating Journals

Journal Name Impact Factor CiteScore Launched Year First Decision (median) APC
Nanoenergy Advances
nanoenergyadv
- - 2021 31 Days CHF 1000
Nanomanufacturing
nanomanufacturing
- - 2021 23 Days CHF 1000
Nanomaterials
nanomaterials
5.3 7.4 2010 13.6 Days CHF 2900

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Facile Synthesis and Characterization of Molybdenum Carbides/Carbon Nanocomposites by Laser Pyrolysis
by Théo Caroff, Pitalinani Badaki, Nathalie Herbert, Franck Tessier, David Berthebaud, Naoki Ohashi, Tetsuo Uchikoshi, Pierre Lonchambon, Nathalie Herlin-Boime and Fabien Grasset
Nanomanufacturing 2022, 2(3), 112-123; https://doi.org/10.3390/nanomanufacturing2030009 - 08 Aug 2022
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This short communication reports on the facile and scalable synthesis and characterization of molybdenum carbides/carbon nanocomposites prepared by laser pyrolysis in a one-step process. Water and commercial molybdenum oxide were used as low-cost environmentally friendly precursors. The nanocomposites are mainly composed of two [...] Read more.
This short communication reports on the facile and scalable synthesis and characterization of molybdenum carbides/carbon nanocomposites prepared by laser pyrolysis in a one-step process. Water and commercial molybdenum oxide were used as low-cost environmentally friendly precursors. The nanocomposites are mainly composed of two types of carbides with different apparent crystallite sizes, 21 ± 1 nm and 9 ± 1 nm for Mo2C and MoC1x, respectively. Thanks to a simple annealing at 500 °C under argon, it was possible to increase the specific surface area around 50 m2/g without changing the morphology of the nanocomposite. Full article
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