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Advanced Nanomaterials

A section of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).

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Nanomaterials are composed of structures at the nanoscale, usually achieved via specifically designed self-assembly processes. They acquire unique electronic, optical, mechanical, magnetic, catalytic properties, which cannot be achieved without their nano-architecture. Such advanced nanomaterials provide unprecedented opportunities for tuning their properties in a very broad range. It is an actively developing field of modern research with a wide spectrum of applications ranging from nanoelectronics and energy harvesting to biology and nanomedicine. Advanced polymers and nanocomposites, battery materials and multifunctional materials, drug delivery and tissue engineering, bio-inspired and hybrid nanomaterials are just a few examples of research areas where advanced nanomaterials play an essential role.

The "Advanced Nanomaterials" section is a forum for rapid publication of accounts of works pertaining to the preparation, characterization and application of all nanomaterials. The scope of Advanced Nanomaterials comprises, without being limited to, nanoparticles, nanocatalysts, nanoporous materials, nanocomposites, nanofilm and nanoscale technologies. Both experimental and theoretical studies will be covered. Also, development of novel characterization tools that are specifically designed for new nanomaterials to study their structural, spectroscopic and other properties are welcome in this section. All manuscripts to be considered for publication in this section will undergo a rigorous peer-review process and decisions are based on the recommendations of independent reviewers.

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