Special Issue "Applications and Properties of Magnetic Nanoparticles"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (5 April 2021).
Interests: Magnetic multifunctional nanoparticles; Molecular magnets; Low-dimensional magnetic clusters; Magnetic highly-sensitive biosensors; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance & Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Applications of NMR in Cultural Heritage; Magnetometry; Atomic Force Microscopy
It is well-known that nanomaterials are a key focus of research for wide outspread novel applications. As the size decreases to the nano-scale, the properties of materials greatly change owing to their large surface-to-volume ratio, quantum size effects and electrodynamic interactions. In the last decades a lot of research has been carried out for the synthesis, characterization and modellization of nanostructured materials for several applications, ranging from electronics and energy harvesting and storage, to biomedical applications.
In this special issue, I cordially invite front-line researchers with an interdisciplinary approach to submit original articles on exploring the use of magnetic nano-objects in a broad range of applications.
For this purpose, the Issue wants to cover the new developments in the synthesis and characterization of magnetic nanoconstructs ranging from conventional metal oxides nanoparticles to novel molecule-based or hybrid multifunctional nano-objects. At the same time, this Special Issue is intended to focus on and explore the potential of these novel magnetic nanoconstructs in Nanomedicine and Biology, in energy harvesting and storage applications, in sensing applications, in pollution remediation, in data storage and several other possible applications.
Dr. Paolo Arosio
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- magnetic nanoparticles
- magnetic hybrid nanomaterials
- magnetic nanocomposite
- multifunctional magnetic nanoparticles
- novel applications of magnetic nanomaterials