Special Issue "Frontiers in Chiral Nanomaterials"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 May 2017).
Interests: chirality; enantioselective nano chromatography; asymmetric catalysis; chiral analysis
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Special Issue in Molecules: Asymmetric Synthesis, Enantioselective Analysis and Chiral Recognition
Interests: chiral surfaces based on self-assembled monolayers; chiral polymeric nanoparticles; chiral mesoporous silica; new chiral analytical techniques
This Special Issue on “Frontiers in Chiral Nanomaterials” highlights innovative research from around the world focusing on harnessing the physical, chemical, and topological properties/characteristics of chiral nanomaterials and chirality in the nanometer range (~1–100 nm).
We aim for this Special Issue to cover up-to-date achievements and future perspectives in the field of chiral nanomaterials. Contributions to this Special Issue can cover all aspects of chirality and nanomaterials, including synthesis and applications of chiral nanomaterials in their different forms, namely chiral organic nanoparticles, chiral fibers, chiral nanotubes, chiral monolayers, chiral films, chiral polymers, and chiral nanoporous solids.
On the other hand, chiral nano inorganic materials, including metals, semiconductors, silica based, metal oxide, and chiral hybrid nanostructures are discussed. Special emphasis will be given to optically active quantum dots (QDs) and their potential applications, ranging from chiral sensing to asymmetric catalysis applications and to novel physicochemical characterization of chiral nanomaterials. The opportunities arising from the use of such special characteristics are tremendous and highlighted within the volume.
Prof. Dr. Ashraf Ghanem
Prof. Dr. Yitzhak Mastai
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Chiral Nanomaterials
- Chiral surfaces
- Molecular recognition
- Organic and Inorganic chiral nanostructures
- Asymmetric catalysis
- Optical properties
- Enantiospecific separation
- Nanoporous chiral materials