Special Issue "Graphite, Graphene, Advanced Carbon Materials and Nanostructured Carbon-Based Composites and Selected Papers from Carbon 2018"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2018
Dr. Isabel Suelves
Grupo de Conversión de Combustibles/Fuels Conversion Group, Instituto de Carboquimica (CSIC), Zaragoza, Spain
Interests: production of H2 and nanocarbons by catalytic decomposition (CD) of hydrocarbons; search for applications of the nanocarbons: CNF/MWCNTs from CD, synthetic graphite obtained by their heat treatment, graphene materials obtained by CNF/MWCNT unzipping and inorganic/nanocarbon hybrid materials; the applications include their use as additive in composites, as anode in Li and Na-ion batteries and as catalytic supports for advanced heavy oil upgrading and bio-oils hydrotreating
Dr. Marcos Granda
Instituto Nacional del Carbon (INCAR-CSIC), Oviedo, Spain
Interests: materials chemistry; materials; nanomaterials; composites; material characteristics; graphene; preparation and characterization of carbon precursors from coal and petroleum derivatives; design of carbon materials (e.g. fibers, composites, graphene, etc.) for structural and energy storage applications
The World Conference on Carbon (Carbon 2018) will take place in Madrid (Spain), July 1–6, 2018. The conference aims to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest research developments on carbon science and applications. This Special Issue will contain accepted papers presented during Carbon 2018, related to graphene and graphite, advanced carbon materials: Nanotubes, fullerenes, carbon fibers and carbon-based composites. The selected papers could include, not only the carbon materials preparation, modification, characterization and properties, but also relevant applications in the fields of energy conversion and storage, catalysis, medicine and biology, among others.Dr. Isabel Suelves
Dr. Marcos Granda
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- Advanced Carbon Materials
- Carbon fibres
- Carbon based composites