Special Issue "Nanomaterials: Structures, Properties, Technological Uses and Environmental Impacts"
A special issue of Sci (ISSN 2413-4155).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2020).
Interests: crystal structure; chemistry; mineralogy; crystallography; powder diffraction; single-crystal diffraction; electron microscopy
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Crystal structures control the properties and behaviors of nanomaterials under different pressure and temperature conditions. Nanomaterials have superior characteristics compared to their bulk counterparts. Synthetic and natural nanomaterials have gained prominence in today’s world because of their useful chemical and physical properties, and these materials also have toxicity and environmental impacts.
This Special Issue aims to publish papers related to state-of-the-art experimental characterization of synthetic and natural nanomaterials, including but not limited to the following topics:
- Structural and chemical characterization of nanomaterials (1–1000 nm size range);
- Results of cutting-edge experimental techniques to nanomaterials (scattering and diffraction techniques, HRTEM, etc.);
- Properties and technological uses;
- Environmental impacts.
Prof. Sytle M. Antao
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- Crystal structure
- Physical and chemical properties
- Toxicity and environmental impacts.