Special Issue "Laser Induced Nanomaterials"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2019) | Viewed by 19235
Interests: nanotechnology; sensors; electrical characterization; nanoelectronics; laser-induced nanomaterials; energy harvesting; energy conversion; flexible electronics; memristive devices
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The use of nanomaterials is revolutionizing science and technology in this century, improving and adding new functionalities in multiple fields, such as sensing, energy storage, electronics, biotechnology, or optics. There are numerous procedures for their fabrication, but successful industrial implementation is always connected to a cost-effective and reproducible production of the raw nanomaterials and devices. The use of lasers for their synthesis and lithography has been identified as one of the more flexible approaches to meet these premises.
This Special Issue of Nanomaterials, “Laser-Induced Nanomaterials”, aims at collecting a compilation of the most recent progress and new developments in the application of lasers for the production of nanomaterials. It focuses on the synthesis, properties, and prospective applications. The topics cover a wide range of research fields and full papers, communications, and reviews are welcomed. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Laser-reduced graphene oxide;
- Laser-induced nanographene aggregates;
- Chemical deposition induced by laser;
- Laser-induced thermocapillarity;
- Laser-assisted formation of nanoparticles;
- Modelling and simulation of laser-induced nanomaterials;
- Laser-induced nanomaterials applications.
Prof. Noel Rodriguez
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- laser-reduced graphene oxide
- laser-induced graphene
- surface modification
- porous graphene