Nanocomposite Materials

A section of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).

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Nanocomposite bulky materials hybrid films, patterned structures, and core-shell particles are emerging as interesting functional materials with properties that go beyond the current state of the art in many different technological areas. This Section of Nanomaterials deals with all aspects of the design, synthesis, characterization, and application of nanocomposites suitable for a widespread range of applications, such as health (drug delivery, biosensors), electronics and optoelectronics (sensors/actuators, recording media, MEMS/NEMS), environment, energy (supercapacitors, batteries, fuel cells), automotive and aerospace (ultra-hard coatings, radiation shields), Internet of Things, etc. The list of materials covered in this Section includes: protective nanocomposite coatings, self-healing nanocomposites; shape memory and shape switching nanocomposite layers; piezoelectric, magnetocaloric, magnetoelectric, or halochromic nanocomposites; metamaterials; multifunctional core-shell nanoparticles, etc.). Any aspect related to the fundamental understanding of the properties of these materials as a function of their nano-sized constituents, as well as their integration into devices is highly recommended for publication in the "Nanocomposite Materials" Section of Nanomaterials.

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