About this Research Topic
Nanomaterials are characterized by small particle size, large specific surface area, high surface energy, and large proportion of surface atoms, and have three special effects: surface effect, small size effect, and macroscopic quantum tunneling effect, which make a direct and positive effect on economic growth, environment, and quality of life. Especially, functional nanomaterials have been widely used in the field of electrochemical energy storage, such as rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors.
Based on the importance of functional nanomaterials for electrochemical energy storage, we are pleased to contribute to the progress of functional nanomaterials through the publication of your research. This Research Topic will cover the topics related to functional nanomaterials for electrochemical energy storage. All the related manuscripts should be of general relevance and novelty in terms of synthesis, structure, performance, processing technology, and data analysis of functional nanomaterials.
We invite the submissions of Original Research and Review articles. The covered areas in this Research Topic may include, but are not limited to:
• Novel synthesis methods of functional nanomaterials
• In-depth study of the reaction mechanisms of functional nanomaterials
• Improvement in performance of functional nanomaterials
• Structural design of functional nanomaterials
• Processing technology of functional nanomaterials
• Novel characterization technique of functional nanomaterials
Keywords: Functional nanomaterials, Reaction mechanisms, Synthesis method, Structural design, Electrochemical energy storage
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