Special Issue "Carbon Materials for Emerging Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2020.
Interests: material synthesis; electron gun structure engineering and electron beam physics including emitter materials; novel X-ray system development; X-ray system based on nanomaterials
Nanotechnology, as a powerful physics, chemistry, biomedical field, similarly to quantum tunneling effects, ballistic electron transport, or greater molecule interactions, works at the atomic scale. One of the greatest breakthroughs of nanotechnology is due to carbon nanomaterials such as nanotubes, nanofibers, and diamond nanomaterials, which provide electronic devices with a unique combination of excellent properties.
The titled Special Issue plans to cover up-to-date studies on carbon materials focused on their electronic applications achievable by the ‘properties-by-design’ method. Innovative strategies of controllable synthesis and innovative isolation/purification methods accompanied by widespread characterization toward applications have created an innovative science which is the focus of this Special Issue. New openings or the most recent advances in the applications of carbon nanomaterials are of interest in this Special Issue, including:
- Carbon materials characterization;
- Nanotechnology in material sciences and engineering;
- Carbon materials processing and manufacturing;
- Optical, electrical, and magnetic materials.
Prof. Jehwang Ryu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Carbon nanomaterials
- Diamond materials
- Field emission
- Fuel cell
- Transparent layer