Special Issue "Synthesis of Functional Silicon Compounds"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2019
It is my great pleasure to be a Guest Editor of the Special Issue in this rapidly progressing field. In the last two decades, vairous new silicon compounds have been synthesized and their application to materials has also been agressively investigated. Because of the recent demand for high-performance materials (low-k, high refractive index, thermal stability, and so on), more and more chanllenges have been observed in this field.
In this Special Issue, I welcome manuscirpts regarding recent results in the synthesis, structure elucidation, properties, and application of silicon compounds, and demonstrate their potential.
Prof. Dr. Masafumi Unno
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- Functional silicon compounds
- Silane, oligosilane, and polysilane
- Siloxane and silsesquioxane
- Silanol and silicon compounds with main-group element
- Silicone polymer
- Sol-gel synthesis and silica
- Well-defined silicon compounds
- Silicon materials
- New synthetic methods