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New Materials, Compounds and Applications

eISSN - 2523-4773

pISSN - 2521-7194

Impact Factor - Under Evalution    

Subject: Chemistry (General)

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Publish By - Jomard Publishing

Language - English

Published Year - 2017

specialization - • Advancements in Materials Science • Amorphous materials • Applications of Nanotechnology • Biomaterials • Biomaterials and Polymer Chemistry • Carbon nanomaterials, devices and technologies • Ceramic and Glass Materials • Composites • Computation and theory • Crystalline materials • Electronic properties • Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Materials • Emerging areas of Materials Science • Energy materials • Graphene Technologies • Materials chemistry • Materials Processing and Product Manufacturing • Materials science • Materials Science and Engineering • Materials Science-Fundamentals & Characterization • Materials-Environment Interactions • Mechanical properties • Metals and alloys • Mining and Metallurgy • Nanobiotechnology • Nanocomposites and Multifunctional Materials • Nanodevices • Nanoelectronics • Nanofabrication • Nonmaterial • Nanomedical Approaches for Cancer Diagnosis • Nanomedicine and Biomedical Engineering • Nanophotonics and Optics • Nanotechnology for Energy and the Environment • Optical materials • Polymers and soft materials • Risks and Regulation of Nanotechnology • Robotics and Mechatronics • Surface science • Tissue Nanoengineering • Green Nanotechnology • Acyclic compounds • Cyclic compounds • Heterocyclic compounds • Hydrogen compounds • Monocyclic compounds • Inorganic cyclic compounds • Macrocyclic compounds • Polycyclic compounds

Publish By - Jomard Publishing

Description - New Materials, Compounds and Applications is an open access journal that is devoted to the publication of the reviews, regular research papers and short communications as the original contributions on forefront, fundamental research at the interface of chemistry, chemical engineering, chemicals physics, compounds and materials sciences. Both theoretical and experimental studies which focus on the preparation or understanding of materials and compounds with unusual or useful properties are relevant. Among the research areas of interest are solid-state chemistry, both inorganic and organic, and polymer chemistry, especially as directed to the development of materials with novel and/or useful optical, electrical, magnetic, catalytic, and mechanical properties, among others. Other appropriate topics include the design, synthesis, investigation, and application of polymeric and molecular precursors to solid-state inorganic materials (including sol-gel chemistry and polymer pyrolysis) and the preparation and study of biomaterials, nanomaterials, composites, catalysts, liquid crystals, coatings, thin films and interfaces, and self-organized molecular assemblies.