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Journal of Materials Science and Nanomaterials provides a high quality platform for researchers, academicians and professionals from across the globe to promote advances in knowledge, research and practice in the fields of Materials Science and Nanomaterials. The journal deals with the creation of materials with novel properties at micro- and nanometer scale and their use in a variety of fields. The journal aims to help many budding research scientists all around the world by disseminating latest breakthrough and technological advancements in the fields.
Journal of Materials Science and Nanomaterials welcomes submissions from scientists and engineers from all specialties, subspecialties and allied specialties such as nanorobots, materials science, nanosensors, microtechnology, forensic engineering, chemical engineering, biology, biological engineering and electrical engineering. The journal covers following category of articles for publication: Original Research Article, Review Article, Short Communication, Commentary, Opinion Article, Short Review etc. Some of the research areas of interest are Bionanomaterials, Nanoscale Magnetic Materials and Devices, Nanostructures and Nanostructuring, Nanomaterials, Science and Engineering of Materials, Materials Processing and Characterization, Materials Selection, Properties and Applications.
The journal’s major asset is great association and tremendous support from Elite group of editorial board members and referees who make sure only quality research is published. The journal follows rigorous double blinded peer review and evaluation and strives to publish novel and highest value Materials Science and Nanomaterials research to serve diverse fields such as nanotechnology, electronics, computing, biomedical, automotive and aerospace industries. Authors can avail Editorial Manager System facility to submit manuscripts and track their status.
Biomaterials are those materials which (synthetic and natural; solid and sometimes liquid) that are used in contact with biological systems or in medical devices. As a field Biomaterials has seen continuous growth for nearly five decades and utilizes various methods from materials science and engineering, chemistry, medicine, biology. Biomaterials also considers ethics, law and the health care delivery system. Mainly biomaterials are used for medical purposes, but they can also be useful in the sector of growing cells in culture, to assay for blood proteins in the clinical laboratory, in processing biomolecules in biotechnology, for fertility regulation implants in cattle, in diagnostic gene arrays, in the aquaculture of oysters and for investigational cell-silicon "biochips." The commonality of these applications is the interaction between biological systems and synthetic or modified natural materials.
Biomaterials are infrequently utilized all alone yet are all the more usually coordinated into gadgets or implants. Subsequently, the subject can't be investigated without considering biomedical devices and the biological response to them. Biomaterials are once in a while utilized all alone however are all the more generally incorporated into implants and devices. In this way, the subject can't be investigated without considering biomedical device and response to them.
The most widely accepted deﬁnition of a ceramic is “A ceramic is a non-metallic, inorganic solid.” Thus all inorganic semiconductors are ceramics. By deﬁnition, a material ceases to be a ceramic when it is melted. Ceramic materials have unique properties and applications owing to their bond strengths, crystal structures, and band structures. They find use as structural materials in thermochemically demanding environments, but they also have unique electrical, optical, and magnetic functionalities. We are involved in world-class research on advanced ceramics, from processing to micro/nanostructure to characterization (e.g., mechanical, electrical, optical, and magnetic), and devices.
Ceramics are usually associated with “mixed” bonding—a combination of covalent, ionic, and some-times metallic. They consist of arrays of interconnected atoms; there are no discrete molecules. This characteristic distinguishes ceramics from molecular solids such as iodine crystals.
The objective of the magnetic materials examine in the MSE division is to better comprehend the part basic components, for example, the nature and appropriation of precious crystal structures, grain limits, and indistinct stages, have on the outward magnetic properties of materials. We research the structure of mass materials, thin movies, and nanoparticle materials by methods for HRTEM, EELS, and X-beam diffraction and we think about their magnetic properties by standard hysteretic procedures. Essential thermodynamic parameters, similar to Curie temperatures, are considered both by thermal techniques (DSC) and by magnetometry. A lot of our magnetic materials explore is application-arranged, including magnetic recording (heads and media), actuators, and the medicinal utilization of magnetic nanoparticles. Magnetic materials explore is firmly associated with the Data Storage Systems Center (DSSC), a CMU-industrial consortium.
The expression composites in reference to materials science alludes to designed materials where at least two essential materials are somehow consolidated to make utilization of properties of each. These propelled materials are regularly created to make materials that are lighter, more grounded, pretty much adaptable, pretty much thick than the individual segments gone up against their own. Composites have prompt advances in a wide assortment of fields from sports hardware that is lighter, more grounded, or more effect safe car innovation, for example, carbon fiber used to make vehicles more grounded, lighter, and more fuel proficient.
A composite material is made by consolidating at least two materials – frequently ones that have altogether different properties. The two materials cooperate to give the composite one of a kind properties. Be that as it may, inside the composite you can without much of a stretch differentiate the distinctive materials one from the other as they don't break down or mix into each other. The greatest preferred standpoint of present day composite materials is that they are light and solid. By picking a proper mix of framework and reinforcement material, another material can be made that precisely meets the necessities of a specific application. Composites additionally give design flexibility on the grounds that huge numbers of them can be formed into complex shapes. The drawback is frequently the cost. In spite of the fact that the subsequent item is more productive, the crude materials are frequently costly.
Polymers are turning into the material of decision in numerous applications since they offer minimal effort and light weight; in the course of the most recent decade revelations have prompted polymers with the high quality, conductivity or optical properties of different materials, frequently joined with one of a kind handling and nanofabrication capacities. Polymers are likewise the material most much the same as biomaterials and are finding critical use in many examinations at Cornell identified with biomedical designing and nanobiotechnology. Hybrid materials and nanocomposites that join polymers with nanoparticles and discrete inorganic stages are additionally being examined by specialists at Cornell as materials with remarkable physical characteristics.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials is a universal query covering all parts of permeable solids delegated either microporous (pore width up to 2 nm) or mesoporous (pore width ca.2 to ca.50 nm). Instances are zeolites and zeolite-like materials, pillared or non-pillared clays, clathrasils and clathrates, carbon atomic strainers or mesoporous silica and silica-alumina (for example, of the M41S-sort, with a requested pore system), urea and related host substances, or permeable metal oxides, salts and composite materials. Both common and manufactured materials are inside the extent of the journal. Subjects include: all parts of microporous and mesoporous solids happening in nature; the synthesis of crystalline or amorphous materials with pores in the appropriate range; the physico-chemical, perticularly spectroscopic and microscopic portrayal of such materials; their modification, for instance by ion exchange and solid state reactions; all themes identified with diffusion of mobile species in the pores of such materials; adsorption (and other detachment methods) utilizing microporous or mesoporous adsorbents; catalysis by such materials; host associations; thyeoritical science and displaying of the above marvels; all points identified with their application or potential application in modern catalysis, separation technology, environmental protection, electrochemistry, membranes, sensors, optical devices, etc.
The engineering of materials is at the same time as old as mankind's history (Bronze Age, Iron Age, Silicon Age), and a range which today is detonating with late advancements, as we pick up control of structure at the nanoscale, or move into areas where manufactured and natural materials interface. Inside Chemical Engineering, specific zones of quality and intrigue incorporate natural materials (the two polymers and little particles), colloidal dispersions and nanoparticles, ceramics production and glasses, and biomaterials. Applications for our developments covers lightweight basic materials,large-area electronics, liquids with custom fitted stream conduct and novel pharmaceutical conveyance vehicles.
A material is characterized as a substance (frequently a strong, however other dense phases can be incorporated) that is proposed to be utilized for specific applications. Materials can for the most part be separated into two classes: crystalline and non-crystalline. The customary cases of materials are metals, semiconductors, ceramics and polymers. New and propelled materials that are being created are nanomaterials and biomaterials.
The premise of materials science includes contemplating the structure of materials, and relating them to their properties. Once a materials researcher thinks about this structure-property relationship, they would then be able to go ahead to study the relative performance of a material in a given application. These attributes, taken together and related through the laws of thermodynamics and energy, oversee a material's microstructure, and in this manner its properties.
Present day materials inquire about regularly requires a nearby mix of calculation and tests keeping in mind the end goal to in a general sense comprehend the materials structures and properties and their connection to synthesis and processing. Various computational strategies at various spatio-temporal scales are now well established, extending from electronic structure estimations in view of deensity function theory, nuclear atomic elements and Monte Carlo procedures, phase-field technique to continuum macroscopic applications. Material Design is a brought together framework that joins theory, resourses, and instruments for creating advanced digital encounters.
Nowadays, everyone witnesses that both new materials and nanomaterials enormously impact on ever rapid changes of many industries such as electronic industry, automotive industry, aviation industry and service industry.
Information services on new materials and their potential applications will thus continue growing in high demand to connect the people among scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and leadership people in small, medium and large companies as well as consumers who are interested in knowing or using new products produced with the new materials.
In line with the trend, I strongly believe OMICS International’s decision to add this new journal publication service in its well-known publication portfolio to start serving the people timely and effectively is a very wise decision. Thus, it is a great honor and utmost pleasure for me to have this opportunity to serve as a member of this new journal’s editorial board.
Last not least, as a member of the board, I will very much appreciate it if you, your technical communities could publish your and their research results in this new “Journal of Materials and Nanomaterials.” The board members and OMICS International will do the best to meet your expectations.
Duck J. Yang