Special Issue "The Application of Microwave-Assisted Technology in Nanomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (26 June 2023) | Viewed by 7458
Interests: nanomaterial; microwaves; sensors; enzyme inhibition; mesoporous
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The present Special Issue is a continuation of a previous successful Special Issue entitled “Microwave Technology and Nanomaterials: Synthesis and Application”. Our aim is to attract and report a rich variety of recent research findings on the overlapping areas of microwaves and nanomaterials.
The development and use of nanomaterials is one of the most active research areas. This class of materials has demonstrated a wide variety of applications ranging from biomedicine to sensors or energy. Nanomaterial preparation procedures are generally based on conventional heating methods with long synthetic times and reagent consumption. In addition, conventional synthesis methods sometimes lead to the formation of heterogeneous materials. By contrast, the use of microwaves as an energy source appears as a strategy that allows some or all of these inconveniences to be overcome. Further, nanomaterials are becoming an interesting tool for the development of materials able to control microwave radiation.
This Special Issue is open to any nanomaterial prepared using microwave in any synthetic steps. Materials can be 2D nanomaterials, nanoparticles, etc. Reports of applications of nanomaterials prepared following microwave assisted are welcome. Additionally, the preparation of devices containing nanomaterials designed to interact with microwaves is aligned with the topic.
Dr. Jose Vicente Ros Lis
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