Nanoarchitectonics

ISSN: 2717-5324 (Print) 2717-5332 (Online) Description

Nanoarchitectonics is a peer-reviewed, open access and interdisciplinary journal that combines nanotechnology with the research fields of material science, supramolecular chemistry and bio-related sciences to create functional materials from nanoscale units. The aim is to promote understanding and progress of related fields and to discover novel insights. The journal publishes articles ranging from fundamental aspects to applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology in material synthesis, structural fabrications, sensing, catalysts, environmental remediation, energy production and storages, device fabrications and biological/biomedical treatments thus bridging the gap between atomic and device scales in pursuit of new materials

Original articles, research papers, review articles, communications, short notes and other material deemed appropriate by the editors are mainly welcomed.

 

Latest Articles

Open Access Article

Synthesis and Applications of Processable Prussian Blue Nanoparticles

by Prem C. Pandey, Priyanshi Pandey

ABSTRACT: The present report describes a comparative study on chemical synthesis of processable Prussian blue Nanoparticles (PBNPs) suitable for developing PB-based devices. Controlled nucleation of PBNP...

Open Access Article

Effects of Erbium on the Properties of Electrochemically-Deposited Zirconium Telluride Thin Films

by Imosobomeh L. Ikhioya , Agnes C. Nkele, Ezeorba M. Chigozirim, Samson O. Aisida, Malik Maaza, Fabian I. Ezema

ABSTRACT: This work studies the effects of varying erbium dopant percentages on the optical, structural, morphological, elemental, and electrical properties of zirconium telluride thin films deposited via...

Open Access Article

Porous Carbons Derived from Ginkgo Shell Used for High-Performance Supercapacitors

by Yu Wang, Ying Zhu, Hailiang Chu, Shujun Qiu, Yongjin Zou, Cuili Xiang, Huanzhi Zhang, Kexiang Zhang, Erhu Yan, Bin Li, Dan Cai, Xiangcheng Lin, Hongliang Peng, Xin Wen, Fen Xu, Lixian Sun

ABSTRACT: As a renewable biomass and a low-cost crude carbon source, the ginkgo shell is explored for preparing high-value porous carbon via carbonization and the following KOH activation. Structure...