Special Issue "Nanostructured Porous Carbon based 3D Architectures"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 August 2019).
Interests: energy devices; catalysis; electro-/bio-interfaces; nano/micro-materials; 2D/3D electrode design and fabrication
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Interests: Flexible energy storage devices based on marine biological polysaccharides; Development of monatomic catalysts; Flame retardant solid electrolyte for supercapacitors; Synthesis and assembly of the size controlled cellulose nanosils
Interests: 2D/3D materials design and fabrication; energy conversion and storage devices; catalysis; materials interfaces
Nanostructured porous carbon-based 3D architectures have attracted tremendous attention as next-generation active materials templates due to their extraordinary chemical and physical properties. Furthermore, nanostructured porous carbon-based 3D architectures for versatile devices can greatly improve energy efficiency because of their largely expanded working volumes, multiplexed conduction networks, 3D interfacing, and intercalation with other system components (e.g., electrolytes, reactants). Thus, 3D architecture carbonaceous materials have been widely explored and studied for promising electronic, optoelectronic, sensor, energy, structural, and bio applications.
Especially, this Special Issue intends to highlight recent advances in preparation/fabrication approaches for multidimensional nanostructured porous carbon-based architectures in diverse device applications, enabling exotic physical, chemical, electrical, and optical properties. This Special Issue welcomes papers sharing research and advances in related fields, which demonstrate or summarize significant advances in the synthesis and application of nanostructured porous carbon-based 3D architectures in various systems, including, but not limited to, Li (Na, K)-ion batteries, supercapacitors, optoelectronic applications, and insights into the structure–property relation in these new nanostructured materials.
Prof. Dr. Jun Chen
Prof. Dr. Dongjiang Yang
Prof. Dr. Liangxu Lin
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- 3D architectures
- Porous Carbonaceous material
- Materials Synthesis
- Device fabrication
- Electrochemical Properties