Special Issue "Nanoribbons"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2019).
In recent years, nanoribbons have attracted increasing interest for their peculiar electrical and thermal properties. For instance, graphene nanoribbons exhibit an electrical conductivity much larger than that of graphene itself, and a thermal conductivity that can be modulated at will by engineering their shape. As another example, nanoribbons made of ultrathin alkali titanates provide superior performance when employed as electrodes in ion batteries.
On the one hand, those discoveries have stimulated further studies on the electron and phonon behavior at the nanoscale, on the other hand they pave the way to technological achievements that span from sub-micrometric electronic devices to next-generation energy storing systems.
This Special Issue of Nanomaterials is aimed at describing the recent advances in nanoribbon chemistry, physics, and technology, from the growth techniques to the experimental and theoretical investigations of their intriguing electronic properties.Prof. Paolo Calvani
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- Nanoribbons of two-dimensional materials
- Nanoribbons from ultrathin films
- Doping and hydrogenation
- Structural and vibrational properties
- Electronic properties
- Thermal properties
- Width-dependent behavior