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.
Call for papersJan 09,2021
Outstanding Reviewer AwardOct 20,2020
Call for papers for Nanoarchitectonics Vol. 2 Issue 1, 2021Aug 09,2019
Call for Papers
by Emad M. Elsehly
ABSTRACT: Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) based filters have a prospective advantage compared to the commercial filters due to their lightweight and ability to work without electricity or heat. The manganese (Mn)...
by Emad M. Elsehly, Nikolay G. Chechenin, Andrey A. Shemukhin, Hussien A. Motaweh
ABSTRACT: Impacts of 100 keV He ions irradiation on the surface morphology of multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) sample were investigated. Images of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) demonstrated that...
by N. N. Sergeev, A. N. Sergeev, S. N. Kutepov, A. E. Gvozdev, A. G. Kolmakov, D. S. Klementyev
ABSTRACT: The article studies the influence of internal and external factors on the process of corrosion-mechanical fracture. It is shown that depending on the conditions of hydrogen charging (temperature...
by E. Prabakaran, Kriveshini Pillay
ABSTRACT: This article describes the fabrication of electrochemical devices for the detection of a key environmental pollutant, 4-Nitrophenol (4-NPh). 4-NPh is a requirement for the synthesis of...