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Aerosol deposition (AD) is commonly employed as a material processing step to generate coatings on substrates. In AD, aerosolized powders are passed through a nozzle and impacted at supersonic speeds onto the substrate. Plastic deformation of particles upon impact yields coatings with near bulk density. One key, unexploited advantage of aerosol pro...
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Silica biomaterials including Bioglass offer great biocompatibility and bioactivity but fail to provide pore and degradation features needed for tissue engineering. Herein we report on the synthesis and characterization of novel amorphous silica fiber matrices to overcome these limitations. Amorphous silica fibers were fused by sintering to produce...
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This Special Issue is intended to be an up-to-date and comprehensive issue focused on conjugated materials and aims to pave the way to future practical applications in this wide and dynamic field. We cordially invite you to submit original papers, perspectives, and reviews directed at, but not limited to, the synthesis, processing, and applications...
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Direct air capture (DAC) emerges as a new technology that can contribute to “negative carbon emission”. Recent progress in surface chemistry and material synthesis has allowed a new generation of CO2 adsorbents that can drive the future of DAC and its wide-ranging deployment. This review is intended to shed light on the recent developments in porou...
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Low-temperature plasma-processing technologies are essential for material synthesis and device fabrication. Not only the utilization but also the development of plasma-related products and services requires an understanding of the multiscale hierarchies of complex behaviors of plasma-related phenomena, including plasma generation physics and chemis...
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In the last decade flow reactors for material synthesis were firmly established, demonstrating advantageous operating conditions, reproducible and scalable production via continuous operation, as well as high-throughput screening of synthetic...
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Droplet-based microfluidics has a variety of applications, such as material synthesis and single-cell analysis. In this paper, we propose a modular microfluidic system using projection micro-stereolithography three-dimensional (3D) printing technology for droplet generation. All modules are designed using a standard cubic structure with a specific...
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One of the most severe health issues in the recent era is the scarcity of clean water. One of its most prevalent chemicals that render water unsafe is industrial dyes. Methylene blue is one of those dyes that are toxic, cancer-causing, and non-biodegradable, posing a significant threat to human health and environmental standards. Recently, numerous...
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In this Chapter, we want to discuss how are too many research groups have focused on the development of nano-scaled materials synthesis process based on simple, green approach using natural resources such as extracts of various plants tea, coffee, alovera, simple amino acids, as well as citrus fruits- grape, lemons, oranges will be employed
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Recent advances in material synthesis made it possible to realize two-dimensional monolayers of candidate materials for a quantum spin liquid (QSL) such as $\alpha$-RuCl$_3$,1T-TaSe$_2$ and 1T-TaS$_2$. In this work, we propose an experimental setup that exploits nonlocal electrical probes to gain information on the transport properties of a gapless...
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Mechanoluminescence, a smart luminescence phenomenon in which light energy is directly produced by a mechanical force, has recently received significant attention because of its important applications in fields such as visible strain sensing and structural health monitoring. Up to present, hundreds of inorganic and organic mechanoluminescent smart...
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Stainless steel 304 is a metal used to replace damaged bones. However, this metal has a low level of biocompatibility in the body. To solve this problem, the metals are coated with a biocompatible material before implantation. The material used to coat the stainless steel is an apatite compound derived from eggshell because the composition of minor...
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Knowledge about the nucleation, growth, and formation mechanisms during materials synthesis using sol-gel and solution-based methods is important to design a material with desired properties. We used aqueous chemical synthesis as an environmentally friendly and highly flexible route to tailored and reproducible synthesis of oxide nanomaterials and...
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Valorizing the fatty content of agricultural waste in material synthesis is an interesting topic. This work focused on utilizing oleic acid from the solid waste of olive mills in Saudi Arabia to synthesize biodegradable polyanhydrides based on sebacic acid which terminated with different concentrations of fatty acid (10, 30, 50, and 70 wt%), then c...
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Machine learning (ML) is a subset of artificial intelligence (AI). It is based on teaching computers how to learn from data and how to improve with experience. This valuable technique has been increasingly supporting different spheres of life. This includes ML application in enhancement and optimisation of many ecological and environmental engineer...
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Porous metallic foams play a vital role in a diverse range of applications including electrocatalysis, electrochemical sensing, energy conversion and storage systems. Recently, template‐free electrochemical deposition or dynamic bubbles templating techniques have been very useful to precisely control the nanostructured metallic architecture without...
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The preparation technology of unconventional low-dimensional Cu2O monocrystals, which exhibit specific crystal planes and present significantly unique interfacial and physicochemical properties, is attracting increasing attention and interest. Herein, by integrating a high-temperature oxidation process under vacuum and a pure-water incubation proce...
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Building a carbon-neutral world needs to remove the excess CO$_2$ that has already been dumped into the atmosphere. The sea, soil, vegetation, and rocks on Earth all naturally uptake CO$_2$ from the atmosphere. Human beings can accelerate these processes in specific ways. The review summarizes the present Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology that co...
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The All-Solid-State-Batteries (ASSBs) are considered as the future energy storage sources, which find their potential applications as a power source over a myriad of emerging fields ranging from electric vehicles to the space crafts. In order to meet the market demands, the ASSBs should endure a step-change in its research and development, starting...
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We report the synthesis and structural, spectroscopic and magnetic properties of new 1D coordination polymeric complex of the formulae {[Cu( µ −l−Arg) 2 ]SO 4 ⋅1.5H 2 O} n ( 1 ) that contains asymmetric µ − O,O’ carboxylic bridge linking distorted square-pyramidal [Cu( µ −l−Arg) 2 ] ²⁺ coordination units. In 1D the syn − anti − µ ² − η ¹ : η ¹ zig-...
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A novel nonlinear optical (NLO) single crystal of L-histidine phthalic potassium iodide (LHPPI) with dimensions of 8 × 8 × 3 mm³ was obtained from aqueous solution by slow solvent evaporation method. Single-crystal X-ray diffraction (SCXRD) results showed that the grown LHPPI crystal belongs to the orthorhombic crystal system with noncentrosymmetri...
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Conventional synthesis routes for thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPUs) still require the use of isocyanates and tin-based catalysts, which pose considerable safety and environmental hazards. To reduce both the ecological footprint and human health dangers for nonwoven TPU scaffolds, it is key to establish a green synthesis route, which eliminates the...
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Metalloporphyrin-containing mesoporous materials, named VTPP@SBA, were prepared via a simple anchoring of vanadyl porphyrin (5,10,15,20-Tetraphenyl-21H,23H-porphine vanadium(IV) oxide) through a SBA-15-type mesoporous material. For comparison, vanadyl porphyrin was also impregnated on SiO2 (VTPP/SiO2). The characterization results of catalysts by X...
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Despite technical efforts and upgrades, advances in complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor circuits have become unsustainable in the face of inherent silicon limits. New materials are being sought to compensate for silicon deficiencies, and two-dimensional materials are considered promising candidates due to their atomically thin structures and ex...
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The shapes of as‐grown/as‐etched two‐dimensional (2D) islands are the most recognizable features of the chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process which reveal a lot of information about the chemical environment of growth/etching, the effect of the substrate and the growth/etching kinetics. Here, we summarize experimentally observed shapes of CVD‐grow...
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Liquid metals are poised to become a vital material for numerous challenges in science. The unique combination of metallicity and fluidity allows these materials to be used in inorganic synthesis, catalysis, electronics, photonics, robotics, and medicine. Among liquid metals, the sodium-potassium liquid alloy (NaK) is severely underutilised, mainly...
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Generating new molecules is fundamental to advancing critical applications such as drug discovery and material synthesis. Flows can generate molecules effectively by inverting the encoding process, however, existing flow models either require artifactual dequantization or specific node/edge orderings, lack desiderata such as permutation invariance,...
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Mechanical alloying (MA) and mechanical milling (MM) are based on the ball milling technique/procedure [...]
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Microwave transmission lines in wearable systems are easily damaged after frequent mechanical deformation, posing a severe threat to wireless communication. Here, we report a new strategy to achieve stretchable microwave transmission lines with superior reliability and durability by integrating a self-healable elastomer with serpentine-geometry pla...
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Piezo-/ferroelectric materials with high Curie temperature (TC) are widely needed in sensors, actuators and transducers which can be used for high-temperature (HT) electromechanical transduction applications. In recent years, remarkable progress has been made in bismuth-based piezo-/ferroelectric perovskite materials (BPPs). In this article, recent...
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Glycopolymer materials have emerged as a significant biopolymer class that has piqued the scientific community's attention due to their potential applications. Recently, they have been found to be a unique synthetic biomaterial; glycopolymer materials have also been used for various applications, including direct therapeutic methods, medical adhesi...
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With the continuous development of technology and the increasing energy demand, it is necessary to develop new energy‐storage and conversion devices. Oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is a key step in energy‐conversion processes and the synthesis of new materials for highly efficient ORR electrocatalyst is critical in solving the energy problems. To...
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Contributions are invited on novel achievements in all fields of material synthesis, with the corresponding novel acoustic methods for their characterization, namely: theoretical models, instrumentation, and technology employed to characterize and analyze their intrinsic properties. We invite authors to submit contributions whose ultimate goal is t...
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The advancement of biomedicine in a socioeconomically sustainable manner while achieving efficient patient-care is imperative to the health and well-being of society. Magnetic systems consisting of iron based nanosized components have gained prominence among researchers in a multitude of biomedical applications. This review focuses on recent trends...
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Special Issue Information Dear Colleagues, Contributions are invited on novel achievements in all fields of material synthesis, with the corresponding novel acoustic methods for their characterization, namely: theoretical models, instrumentation, and technology employed to characterize and analyze their intrinsic properties. We invite authors to...
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Laser-heated diamond anvil cell (LH-DAC) experimentation has emerged as a leading technique for materials processing at extreme pressures and temperatures. LH-DAC systems are often employed to better characterise the structure and properties of materials in applications ranging from condensed matter physics to geophysical research to planetary scie...
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As quantum technologies develop, a specific class of electrically conducting materials is rapidly gaining interest because they not only form the core quantum‐enabled elements in the superconducting qubits, semiconductor nanostructures, or sensing devices, but also the peripheral circuitry. The phase coherence of the electronic wave function in the...
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As a sustainable technology, radiative cooling has received considerable attention due to its potential in energy sustainability. Unlike conventional cooling techniques, radiative cooling does not consume electricity during its operation and is therefore particularly attractive in reducing the energy demand for cooling and addressing global warming...
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The need to protect the environment drives Green Materials. Because of advances in biorefineries and bioprocessing technology, wastewater treatment and green technology is a hot topic. Green technology approaches can now be used to create their building components. Novel biological and nanotechnology applications with significant added value and im...
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Worldwide, concerns about heavy metal contamination from manmade and natural sources have increased in recent decades. Metals released into the environment threaten human health, mostly due to their integration into the food chain and persistence. Nature offers a large range of materials with different functionalities, providing also a source of in...
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Among numerous thin film synthesis methods, metalorganic chemical vapor deposition performed in a showerhead reactor is the most promising one for broad use in scalable and commercially adaptable two-dimensional material synthesis processes. Adapting the most efficient monolayer growth methodologies from tube-furnace systems to vertical-showerhead...
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Owing to recent advances in materials informatics, there has been increasing interest in combinatorial experimental systems for materials development. We demonstrate a novel high-throughput experiment combining compact materials synthesis, synchrotron radiation measurements, and statistical data analysis. This technique focuses on not only drawing...
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During the most crucial periods of catastrophes and emergencies, Relief and Humanitarian Organizations (RHO) are constantly on the front lines. As a result, they are organized and empowered around the shared aim of delivering the needed "help" rapidly, completely, and affordably in the face of enormous uncertainties and difficulties. The most evide...
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A new route of materials synthesis, namely, high-temperature, high-pressure reactive planetary ball milling (HTPRM), is presented. HTPRM allows for the mechanosynthesis of materials at fully controlled temperatures of up to 450 °C and pressures of up to 100 bar of hydrogen. As an example of this application, a successful synthesis of magnesium hydr...
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The need to find suitable biomaterials and procedures from alternative products able to imitate or even enhance the performance of currently used products has become an important focus of research today due to the depletion of non-renewable resources and the increasing concern related to climate change, sustainability and environmental preservation...
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Growth in the Li-ion battery market continues to accelerate, driven by increasing need for economic energy storage in the electric vehicle market. Electrode manufacture is the first main step in production and in an industry dominated by slurry casting, much of the manufacturing process is based on trial and error, know-how and individual expertise...
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Several kinds of chemical vapor deposition (CVD) methods have been extensively used in the semiconductor industries for bulk crystal growth, thin film deposition, and nanomaterials synthesis. In this article, we focus on the microwave-excited surface wave plasma CVD (MW-SWP CVD) method for growth of graphene and related materials. The MW-SWP CVD sy...
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Two-dimensional materials such as graphene have shown great promise as biosensors, but suffer from large device-to-device variation due to non-uniform material synthesis and device fabrication technologies. Here, we develop a robust bioelectronic sensing platform composed of more than 200 integrated sensing units, custom-built high-speed readout el...
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This paper will summarize and study the application of artificial intelligence to composites in the past and present, and predict the development of materials by using artificial intelligence in the future. This paper will use the method of summarizing and summarizing the law from other literature. The summary of artificial intelligence in composit...
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Physisorption of hydrogen in nanoporous materials offers an efficient and competitive alternative for hydrogen storage. At low temperatures (e.g. 77 K) and moderate pressures (below 100 bar) molecular H 2 adsorbs reversibly, with very fast kinetics, at high density on the inner surfaces of materials such as zeolites, activated carbons and metal-org...
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To harness the intriguing properties of two-dimensional van der Waals (vdW) ferromagnets (FMs) for versatile applications, the key challenge lies in the reliable material synthesis for scalable device production. Here, we demonstrate the epitaxial growth of single-crystalline 1T-CrTe2 thin films on 2-inch sapphire substrates. Benefiting from the un...
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Background: Among biopolymers, cellulose and its derivatives are the most commonly used for hydrogel formulations. The innovation and improvement of cellulose-based hydrogels concerned the raw materials, synthesis and methods of preparation, formulations and fabrication processes, as well as applications. Objectives: This study, in the form of pate...
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There is a constant need for newer exceptional materials with better than ever properties to achieve new prerequisites of the future society and progress inventive industrial improvement. The potential to combine these oxides in composite structures to produce multifunctional materials has rekindled interest in perovskites (ABO3) compounds over the...
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Remote epitaxy is an emerging materials synthesis technique which employs a 2D interface layer, often graphene, to enable the epitaxial deposition of low defect single crystal films while restricting bonding between the growth layer and the underlying substrate. This allows for the subsequent release of the epitaxial film for integration with other...
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Many natural organisms, such as fungal hyphae and plant roots, grow at their tips, enabling the generation of complex bodies composed of natural materials as well as dexterous movement and exploration. Tip growth presents an exemplary process by which materials synthesis and actuation are coupled, providing a blueprint for how growth could be reali...