Upcoming Thematic Issue – Nanomaterials for Optoelectronics Energy Storage Applications – Current Nanomaterials

CN- THEMATIC FLYER -Dr. Faheem K. Butt

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New Issue :: Current Nanomaterials, 1 Issue 2

Current Nanomaterials, a peer reviewed journal publishes reviews, original research articles and thematic issues on experimental and applied research on nanomaterials. The scope covers the synthesis, structure, properties, characterization and application of nanomaterials. The journal will cover all areas of nanomaterial science, engineering and nanotechnology with emphasis on all aspects of research on a wide range of nanomaterials including nanocomposites, inorganic materials, polymeric and biological materials and hybrid materials.

This inter-disciplinary journal will be of interest to scientists in both the physical and biomedical /pharmaceutical related disciplines in nanoscience research.

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Articles from the journal Current Nanomaterials, 1 Issue 2:

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New Issue ::: Current Nanomaterials

Current Nanomaterials, a peer reviewed journal publishes reviews, original research articles and thematic issues on experimental and applied research on nanomaterials. The scope covers the synthesis, structure, properties, characterization and application of nanomaterials. The journal will cover all areas of nanomaterial science, engineering and nanotechnology with emphasis on all aspects of research on a wide range of nanomaterials including nanocomposites, inorganic materials, polymeric and biological materials and hybrid materials.

This inter-disciplinary journal will be of interest to scientists in both the physical and biomedical /pharmaceutical related disciplines in nanoscience research.

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Articles from the journal Current Nanomaterials, Volume 1 Issue 1:

  • Chemical Hydride Hydrolysis For H2 Production Via Co, Cu, Ni Metal Nanoparticles Prepared Within P(4-VP) Capsules
  • Recent Developments in the Green Syntheses of Chalcogenide Based Semi-conductor Nanoparticles
  • A Comparison of Temperature Dependence of I-V Characteristics in CNTFETs Models
  • Influence of Anisotropy on the Optical Refractive Index Change of Impurity Doped Quantum Dots in Presence of Gaussian White Noise
  • Shape-controlled Nano-sized Metal Oxides for Catalytic Abatement of Diesel Soot Emissions

 

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Inaugural issue of the new journal Current Nanomaterials

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Total EABMs: 22

Editor-in-Chief:

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Manoj Gupta

Department of Mechanical Engineering

National University of Singapore (NUS)

Singapore

For issue details: CNM_Contents-1-1

Current Nanomaterials, a peer reviewed journal publishes reviews, original research articles and thematic issues on experimental and applied research on nanomaterials. The scope covers the synthesis, structure, properties, characterization and application of nanomaterials. The journal will cover all areas of nanomaterial science, engineering and nanotechnology with emphasis on all aspects of research on a wide range of nanomaterials including nanocomposites, inorganic materials, polymeric and biological materials and hybrid materials.

This inter-disciplinary journal will be of interest to scientists in both the physical and biomedical /pharmaceutical related disciplines in nanoscience research.

Current Nanomaterials, Volume 1 – Number 1

“Recent Developments in the Green Syntheses of Chalcogenide Based Semi-conductor Nanoparticles”

Abstract:

Method: In this review, an attempt has been made to survey the recent work of green syntheses on metal-chalcogenide nanoparticles by different routes. The aqueous approach is an advantageous alternative to the conventionally used organometallic route, mainly due to its scalability, environmental friendliness, cost effectiveness and more importantly, the biocompatibility.

Read more here: http://benthamscience.com/journals/current-nanomaterials/volume/1/issue/1/page/12/