Special Issue "Carbon-Based Nanomaterials and Sensor"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 7 July 2021.
Interests: carbon nanotubes (CNT); CNT chemistry; CNT networks; CNT polymer composites; hybrid polymer/CNT composites with Ag nanoparticles, graphene, carbon nanowalls (CNW); technology of gas and strain sensors; thermoelectric polymer composites, polymer composites and Joule heating
Carbon-based nanomaterials like carbon nanotubes, graphene, graphite flakes, graphite, carbon nanowalls, carbon fibers, carbon black etc., possess multiple exceptional properties, which make them valuable in various applications, for example, as carbon based electro-mechanical, electro-chemical and strain, temperature, humidity, vapors or gases sensors, biosensors, stretchable electronic skin, or at the same time usually they can pose multifunctional properties etc.
Carbon-based nanomaterials can be also used as dispersed particles in matrix or in the form of self-supported three-dimensional an inter-connected tangled network for example as CNT paper (buckypaper) embedded in matrix.
Currently an electrically conductive and elastic polymer composite materials or conductive polymer composites (CPCs) are in focus of material scientists all over the world. Their potential applications are in the area of wearable sensors for healthcare related use, soft robotics, smart textiles, structural health monitoring, or bio-interactive electronic devices.
The titled Special Issue aims to cover current experimental and/or theoretical studies, in the field of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials and Sensor. Materials fabrication routes, their characterizations, functionalities as sensors for different kind of stimuli or explanation of detection principles, are very welcome.
Prof. Dr. Petr Slobodian
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- Carbon nanotubes (CNT) and graphene (GF)
- Matrix/CNT or GF nanocomposites
- Carbon based sensors for vapours
- Sensors for stress or strain detection
- Wearable electronics
- Shape memory
- Piezoresistive and piezoelectric materials
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