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Advances in Inorganic Mechanochemistry for Applications in Materials Science
Mechanochemistry is currently experiencing a rapid development in the field of organic chemistry, as it was discovered that it is possible to prepare the desired products not accessible by traditional solution chemistry in the absence of solvents. However, mechanochemistry is also well applicable in the field of materials science, where the high-energy milling process is used either as a synthesis step to prepare inorganic nanomaterials applicable in advanced applications or to introduce defects or dopants into the crystalline structure, which can dramatically improve the application potential. The aim of the present Special Issue is to accommodate potential papers on the mechanochemical synthesis of inorganic materials (e.g., chalcogenides, oxides, carbides, hydrides, metallic nanoparticles) applicable in any field of materials science, where high-energy ball milling to prepare the desired materials and the application potential is clearly shown.
Related Conference: 10th International Conference on Mechanochemistry and Mechanical Alloying 2022 (INCOME2022)
Dr. Matej Baláž
Dr. Abhishek Lokhande
Dr. Marcela Achimovičová
- high-energy ball milling
- inorganic materials
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