Special Issue "Magnetic Properties of Carbon Nanomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2020).
Interests: theoretical physics; condensed matter; biophysics; physical chemistry; nanoscience and nanotechnology; nanocarbon based composites; biomedical applications
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Nowadays, the magnetic properties of carbon-based nanomaterials are receiving a lot of attention. Magnetic nanoparticles generally exhibit properties that can be affected by a magnetic field. They typically contain magnetic elements, e.g. iron, nickel, or cobalt, and thus behave quite differently from bulk materials under the influence of a magnetic field. This can be traced back, in most cases, to surface or interface effects. This Special Issue of Materials, entitled “Magnetic Properties of Carbon Nanomaterials”, is devoted a broad range of research activities, findings, and recent progresses on the magnetic properties of carbon nanomaterials. An emphasis will be placed on multifunctional and emerging applications of such materials. Through this Special Issue, we encourage and invite researchers to contribute original research as well as review articles pertaining to this field of study.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- The synthesis/fabrication of magnetic carbon-based nanomaterials;
- Nanocomposite magnetic carbon-based nanomaterials;
- Physical and chemical properties of magnetic carbon-based nanomaterials;
- The functionalization of magnetic carbon-based nanomaterials;
- The interaction between electron charges and magnetic spins;
- Magnetic dichroism in carbon-based nanomaterials;
- Magnetic studies in carbon nanomaterials;
- Magnetostrictive and magnetorestrictive carbon-based nanomaterials;
- Emerging applications of magnetic carbon-based nanomaterials.
Prof. Stefano Bellucci
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- magnetic carbon-based nanomaterials
- nanocomposite magnets
- magnetic dichroism
- physicochemical properties
- magnetic studies
- emerging applications