Special Issue "Optical, Magnetic and Photo-Thermal Properties of Laser-Synthesized Nano-Objects"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2020).
Nowadays, laser-based synthesis of nanoscopic objects and nano-structures has found its place in many areas, such as plasmonic sensors, solar cells, catalysis, nano-bio-photonics, the automobile industry, medicine, etc. Modern progress in these applications is based on a combination of both experimental and numerical studies focused not only on the fabrication, but also on the optical, magnetic and photo-thermal properties of the obtained nano-objects.
This Special Issue of Nanomaterials aims to collect papers covering all types of measurements and calculations related to the exciting properties of laser-synthesized nano-objects. The involved nano-objects can include metallic and hydride nanoparticles, core-shells, Janus particles, fractal aggregates, as well as colloids and/or nano-composites. The articles should not only describe laser-based fabrication techniques, but, importantly, should bring more light on the resulting unique optical, magnetic, magneto-optical, thermal and/or photo-thermal properties with a strong application potential.
Prof. Dr. Tatiana E. Itina
Manuscript Submission Information
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- nanoparticles and nanostructures
- colloidal nanoparticles
- nano-composite materials
- core-shells, Janus particles, fractal aggregates
- optical, magnetic, and thermal properties
- hybrid nanoparticles
- thermodynamics on nanoscale