Special Issue "Design and Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2019
Dr. Titel Jurca
Department of Chemistry & The Energy Conversion and Propulsion Cluster, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
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Interests: inorganic chemistry; synthesis; homogeneous catalysis; heterogeneous catalysis; nanoparticles; atomic layer deposition; chemical vapor deposition; thin films
Nanomaterials, broadly classed as materials with structural features on the nanometer scale in at least one dimension, can be leveraged for a broad range of applications, spanning diverse examples such as device fabrication, catalysis, biology, medicine, and environmental science; underpinning what we refer to as nanotechnology. Under such size constraints, physical properties can be influenced not only by the chemical constitution, but also by the spatial confinement of electronic states. Thus, the synthesis of nanomaterials is inherently linked to a broad parameter space encompassing the design of both chemical precursors and growth techniques to yield materials of desired chemical composition with precisely tailored size and shape.
This Special Issue invites original contributions from our colleagues working in the areas of functional nanomaterials synthesis, broadly defined. Manuscripts in the form of short communications, full research articles and reviews on exciting recent developments in all areas of functional nanomaterials synthesis, including theoretical works on design principles, are welcomed. Contributions that explore the effects of chemical precursors, and/or material growth conditions, with resulting structure/activity or functionality relationships are particularly encouraged.
Dr. Titel Jurca
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- Functional nanomaterials
- Nanomaterial synthesis
- Nanoparticle synthesis
- Nanostructured materials
- Heterogeneous catalysis
- Surface functionalization
- Nanomaterial design
- Chemical precursors for nanomaterials