Special Issue "Synthesis of Nanostructures in Gas-Discharge Plasma"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 March 2024 | Viewed by 3618
Interests: non-ideal plasma; dusty plasma; MD simulation; Brownian dynamics; statistical mechanics; nanomaterials
Interests: chemical physics; photonics of molecular; supramolecular and nanoscale systems; study of the processes of structure formation and self-organization in the condensed phase
Interests: gas-discharge plasma; glow discharge; arc discharge; electric arc plasma torch; fuel oil; hydrocarbons; bitumen; fullerenes; nanotubes; nanodiamonds; iron carbide; silicon carbide
Gas-discharge plasma is a universal tool that makes it possible to obtain nanostructured materials of various morphologies and compositions. The wide range of applications of nanometers in various areas of human life makes the study of plasma processes of nanomaterial synthesis a very urgent task. This Special Issue welcomes works devoted to topical issues and problems of physical processes in the plasma synthesis of nanomaterials.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Plasma sputtering and deposition.
- Modeling of the physical properties of nanomaterials.
- Physics of gas-discharge plasma.
- Physics of dusty and non-ideal plasmas.
- Interaction of plasma with matter.
- Diagnostics of gas-discharge plasma.
- Plasma chemistry.
- Plasma in biomedical applications.
In December 2022, we are holding the third international conference "Gas-discharge plasma and synthesis of nanostructures" GDP-NANO 2022. This Special Issue, “Gas-discharge plasma and synthesis of nanostructures”, will promote the latest research work relevant to the fundamental and applied problems of gas-discharge plasma physics and synthesis of nanostructures, as part of the GDP-NANO 2022 conference (https://gdp-nano.com/en). Submissions of communications, full papers, and reviews are all welcome.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Ilnaz Fairushin
Dr. Vladimir F. Razumov
Dr. Boris Akhunovich Timerkaev
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- plasma sputtering
- plasma deposition
- physical properties of nanomaterials
- gas-discharge plasma
- dusty and non-ideal plasmas
- interaction of plasma with matter
- diagnostics of gas-discharge plasma
- plasma chemistry
- plasma in biomedical applications