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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/affcontent/?tt=3721_135171_69066_&r=/research/nmng3m/functional_nanocom ) has announced the addition of the "Functional Nanocomposite Materials" report to their offering.
Series: Materials Science Forum, Volume 722
Special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only.
In recent years, research and development has advanced greatly. Materials made using nanoscale components add new functional and structural properties: yielding nanocomposites and opening up many applications. Such nanocomposites are of great importance for a multitude of industrial uses and attract much research interest. This special issue on Functional Nanocomposite Materials is a collection of twelve papers whose contributors are at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, the University of Science and Technology of Beijing, the Chinese Academy of Sciences Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, the Shenzhen Academy of Aerospace Technology, the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and Georgia Institute of Technology. From these papers, readers can glean new research ideas in nanocomposite materials, as well as sense the quality of the work now going on; especially in the region of east Asia.
Key Topics Covered:
Table of Contents (12 papers, 10 per page listed)
Structure and Electrochemical Performance of Modificated LiMn2O4 by S-Co Codoping and Nano SiO2 Surface Coating
Xue Feng Fan, Shi Xi Zhao, Long Li, Ce Wen Nan
LiFePO4/Porous Carbon Nanocomposite Cathode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries
Jin Kun Liu, Li Zhen Fan
Effect of Nanocomposite Additives on Corrosion Inhibition of Zn Anode in Neutral Solution
Hong Fei Li, Bao Hua Li, Cheng Jun Xu, Chun Guang Wei, Fei Yu Kang
Ordered Macroporous Carbon/Polyaniline Nanocomposites as Electrode Materials for Supercapacitors
Su Yan Qiao, Li Zhen Fan
Microstructure and Properties of Ferrite/Organic Nanocomposite Prepared with Microemulsion Method
Xu Zheng, Shu Hui Yu, Rong Sun, Wen Hu Yang, Ru Xu Du
Effects of Zinc Content on the Magnetic Properties of Ni-Zn Ferrite/Epoxy Composites
Yan Min Wu, Peng Li Zhu, Rong Sun
The Electromagnetic Properties of Different Urchinlike Ni Nanostructures
Hai Ping Qi, Jun Xi Wan, Hai Lin Cao, Yu Dong Huang
Effects of Ambient Pressure on the Structural and Magnetic Properties of Bismuth Ferrite Nanoparticles Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD)
Ying Bang Yao, Bei Zhang, Long Chen, Yang Yang
Impedance Analysis on the Percolation Mechanism of the Nickel/Calcium Copper Titanate/Polyvinylidene Fluoride Composite
Wen Hu Yang, Shu Hui Yu, Rong Sun, Ru Xu Du
One-Pot Synthesis of Composite Nano-Capsules with Paraffin as Core and PMMA-SiO2 as Shell by Interfacial Hydrolysis and Polymerization
Xiao Lin Wu, Rong Sun, Peng Li Zhu, Ru Xu Du
Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Nanocomposites: Improved or Reduced Thermal Stabilities?
Zhuo Li, Stewart J. Wilkins, Kyoung Sik Moon, C.P. Wong
Luminous Chitosan-Dye Nanocomposite Particles with Enhanced Lifetime and Stability
Ka Wai Wong, Xing Hua Li, Novem C. Y. Lam, Kimmy Mui Ch
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