Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials

ISSN: 2578-1995 (Online)

Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials is an international Open Access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles related to all areas of nanomaterials.
This journal covers modeling, simulation, nanotechnology, thin film, fabrication, synthesis and properties of nanomaterials.


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Vol 4, No 1: (Published)

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Table of Contents

Original Research Articles

Hari Prasad Reddy Kannapu , Young-Woong Suh , Veeralakshmi Vaddeboina , Anand Narani , David Raju Burri , Seetha Rama Rao Kamaraju
VIEWS - 453 (Abstract)

Pages: 1-9
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Original Research Articles

Deepa Sharma , Neena Jaggi
VIEWS - 462 (Abstract)

Pages: 10-25
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Original Research Articles

Sule Aytas , Sabriye Yusan , Senol Sert , Cem Gok
VIEWS - 21 (Abstract)

Pages: 26-39
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Original Research Articles

Jian-Jun Wang , Zhong-Hui Shen , Wen-Ying Zhou , Yang Shen , Ce-Wen Nan , Qing Wang , Long-Qing Chen
VIEWS - 33 (Abstract)

Pages: 40-50
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Original Research Articles

S Vignesh Kumar , V Kavimani
VIEWS - 21 (Abstract)

Pages: 51-57
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Original Research Articles

S Mohanapriya , V Raj
VIEWS - 20 (Abstract)

Pages: 58-68
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