Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials

ISSN: 2578-1995 (Online)

Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials (CAN) is an open access peer-reviewed journal allowing maximum visibility of articles published in it as they are available to a wide, global audience. We are interested in the scientific topics from all fields of nano. CAN provides a forum to share scholarly practice to advance the use of nanomaterials in the context of scientific application.

CAN publishes original research articles, review articles, editorials, case reports, letters, brief commentaries, perspectives, methods, etc.

 Examples of relevant topics include but are not limited to:

1. Nanoparticle composites8. Nanomaterials and energy applications
2. Nanoscale quantum physics 9. Micro-nano scale
3. Modeling 10. Fabrication of thin film
4. Simulation   11. Nanomaterial synthesis, characterization, and application
5. Nanotechnology and its application 12. Nanotechnology and environmental protection
6. Nanochemistry13. Photocatalytic degradation properties
7. Nanoscience, nano-medicine and bio-nanotechnology14. Preparation of nanostructured materials


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Vol 5, No 2: (Published)

Table of Contents

Original Research Articles

Violeta Maricela Dalgo Flores , Gabriela Cristina Chango Lescano , John Germán Vera Luzuriaga
VIEWS - 234 (Abstract)

Pages: 24-34
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Original Research Articles

Julián Echeverry-Chica , Andrea Naranjo-Díaz , Pedronel Araque-Marín
VIEWS - 143 (Abstract)

Pages: 35-46
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Original Research Articles

Andrés Mauricio Piña-Barrera , Marbella Saraí Ramírez Pérez , Rocío Álvarez Román , Juan Gabriel Báez González , Carlos Abel Amaya Guerra , Sergio Arturo Galindo Rodríguez
VIEWS - 238 (Abstract)

Pages: 47-57
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Original Research Articles

Botasini Santiago
VIEWS - 290 (Abstract)

Pages: 58-67
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Original Research Articles

Madeleing Taborda-Barraza , Nagilla Huerb de Azevedo , Philippe Jean Paul Gleize , Natalia Prieto-Jimenez
VIEWS - 117 (Abstract)

Pages: 68-76
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Original Research Articles

Fengying Yang
VIEWS - 150 (Abstract)

Pages: 77-82
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Original Research Articles

Xingmiao Zhang , Wei Zhang , Wei Li
VIEWS - 201 (Abstract)

Pages: 83-98
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Original Research Articles

Purushothaman Bhuvaneshwaran , Ramaiyan Velmurugan
VIEWS - 171 (Abstract)

Pages: 99-110
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Original Research Articles

Santiago Eduardo Pabón-Guerrero , Ricardo Benítez-Benítez , Rodrigo Andrés Sarria-Villa , José Antonio Gallo-Corredor
VIEWS - 158 (Abstract)

Pages: 119-127
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Original Research Articles

Yaxian Wu , Qilin Zhang
VIEWS - 194 (Abstract)

Pages: 128-138
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Review Articles

Gonzalo Adrián Ojeda , Adriana María Arias Gorman , Sonia Cecilia Sgroppo
VIEWS - 408 (Abstract)

Pages: 1-8
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Review Articles

Ramaiyan Velmurugan , Shankar Swabanu
VIEWS - 135 (Abstract)

Pages: 9-23
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Review Articles

Carmen María Ramos-Ulate , Sandra Pérez-Álvarez , Sergio Guerrero-Morales , Abdon Palacios-Monarrez
VIEWS - 155 (Abstract)

Pages: 111-118
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CAN has been included in the CAS databases!

We are glad to announce that Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials (CAN) has been included in the CAS databases!


The response email is as follows: 


I am pleased to inform you that Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials [ISSN: 2578-1995], has been found suitable for inclusion in the CAS databases. We will begin coverage with the 2022 issues. We will routinely check the website and put the new issue into our production system.

If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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Thanks to all the authors and reviewers!

Posted: 2023-01-31 More...

Meet Our New Editor-in-Chief:Prof.Dr. Francesco Tornabene

Francesco Tornabene received from the University of Bologna - Alma Mater Studiorum, a M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering (Curriculum in Structural Mechanics) in 2003. He subsequently received his Ph.D. degree in Structural Mechanics at the University of Bologna in 2007. He has been an Assistant Professor and Lecturer since 2012, and from 2022, he has been an Associate Professor. For a long time his scientific interests include the Structural Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Innovative and Smart Materials, Computational Mechanics and Numerical Techniques, Damage and Fracture Mechanics. He is author of more than 280 scientific publications and 11 books, and collaborates with many national or international researchers and professors all over the world, as visible from his scientific production. In the last years he received different important awards, see e.g. “Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics” (years 2018, 2019, 2020).

We express our sincere thanks to Prof. Francesco Tornabene for his support and look forward to his guidance in helping Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials reach new milestones.

Posted: 2022-12-12

Research News: The state-of-the-art of piezoelectric energy harvesting

The global energy crisis and environmental pollutions caused mainly by the increased consumption of nonrenewable energy sources prompted researchers to explore alternative energy technologies that can harvest energies available in the ambient environment. Mechanical energy is the most ubiquitous ambient energy.Piezoelectric transduction is the prominent mechanical energy harvesting mechanism, Thus, piezoelectric energy harvesting has received the utmost interest by the scientific community.Advancements of micro and nanoscale materials and manufacturing processes have enabled the fabrication of piezoelectric generators.

Posted: 2022-02-09 More...
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