Special Issue "Colloidal Crystals and Glasses - Structures from 0D to 3D"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (13 May 2020).
Crystalline and amorphous arrangements of colloidal particles exhibit a variety of unique properties, such as their well-known optical properties. This is, however, only one of the fascinating phenomena or properties found in this type of matter. There are numerous potential applications: colloidal monolayers as masks for lithographic applications, inverse opals for sensing or catalysis, just to name a few. Moreover, studying the self-assembly process has allowed researchers to gain insight into the forces acting between colloidal particles.
Thus, this Special Issue will present a collection of communications, research articles and reviews covering the preparation, characterization and applications of colloidal arrangements from 0D to 3D. I invite researches from all relevant disciplines to contribute to this Special Issue of Nanomaterials.
Prof. Clemens K. Weiss
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- Photonic crystals
- Colloidal crystals
- Colloidal glasses
- Colloidal monolayers
- Liquid marbles
- Inverse opals