Special Issue "Recent Advances in Nano-Hybrids of Cellulose and Carbon-Based Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2021) | Viewed by 3220
Interests: biorefining-biomaterials; smart-advanced materials; polymers-nanocomposites; photocatalysis-manufacturing; remediation-sensor
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Interests: bio-based materials; nanocellulose; nanomaterials; characterization; analytical methods; thermal analysis; kinetics; advanced materials; nanoenergetic materials; propellant; energetic materials; multifunctional polymer composites and nanocomposites
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Since the emergence of nanotechnology in the past few decades, the development and design of hybrid bio- nanomaterials has become an important field of research. Looking at the growing concern about the environment and sustainability, such nanomaterials find many applications in a wide range of domains that influence our society and our way of life. The improvement of properties and the discovery of new functionalities are key goals that cannot be reached without a well-controlled and better understanding of the preparation, characterization, manufacturing, and properties which constitute the starting points of the design of specific and adequate systems. Investigation of nanocellulose/nanocarbons hybrid materials has demonstrated both academic and technological importance and offered great research opportunities within cross-disciplinary areas. In our opinion, the applied aspects of such nanomaterials should receive proper attention now and bring an interdisciplinary effort to accomplish a more detailed understanding of such hybrid materials.
This Special Issue of Nanomaterials will attempt to publish high-quality short communications, research papers covering the most recent advances, as well as comprehensive reviews addressing novel and state-of-the-art topics from active researchers in nanocellulose/nanocarbons hybrid materials, concerning not only the synthesis, preparation and characterization, but especially focusing on the applications of such nanomaterials with outstanding performances. Potential nanocellulose/nanocarbon hybrid materials topics include but are not limited to:
- Preparation of nanocellulose/nanocarbon hybrid materials with outstanding properties for next-generation applications;
- Characterization of nanocellulose/nanocarbon hybrid materials;
- Nanocellulose/nanocarbon hybrid materials application (medical, filtration, environmental, energy, corrosion, catalysis, automotive, aerospace, sensors, adhesives, packaging, food, construction, other sustainable applications).
Prof. Dr. Vijay Kumar Thakur
Prof. Dr. Djalal Trache
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- Cellulose nanocrystals
- Cellulose nanofibers
- Bacterial cellulose
- Graphene oxide
- Carbon nanotubes
- Hybrid nanomaterials
- Preparation methods