Special Issue "Bimetallic Nanoparticles"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2021.
Interests: chemistry and physics of complex transition metal alloys and oxides in micro-, meso-, and nanoforms; crystal and magnetic structures; phase transitions; magnetic state; colossal magnetoresistance; magnetoelectric effect; multiferroics; microwave absorption; microwave magnetodielectric materials for 5G technology; functional composite materials for microwave absorption
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Low-dimensional metallic materials with a strong correlation between composition, microstructure, and physical phenomena attract much attention due to the large number of fundamental aspects and prospects for practical applications. Bimetallic nanoparticles demonstrate such unique cooperative phenomena, like superconductivity, giant magnetoresistance, skyrmions, vortex–antivortex pairs, etc., and can be used on practice as high-sensitivity magnetic sensors; for biomedical applications (drug delivery); etc. The features of chemical processes critically influence crystal structure and physical properties in functional nanosized bimetallic particles. That is why it is so important to investigate correlations between synthesis, structure, and properties for new materials development. New theoretical and experimental data lead to the development of new technologies that will make our world better. I kindly invite you to make a contribution to the Special Issue of Nanomaterials titled “Bimetallic Nanoparticles”.
Prof. Dr. Sergei Trukhanov
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- magnetic alloy
- electrochemistry and electrodeposition
- crystal and magnetic structure
- nanocrystalline and multilayered films
- spin glass
- electrical resistivity
- giant magnetoresistance
- electromagnetic shielding
- electron irradiation