Functional Nanostructures for Sensors, Optoelectronic Devices and Drug Delivery
Castriciano, Maria Angela (editor)
Nanoparticles and nanostructured materials represent an active area of research and impact in many application fields. The recent progress obtained in the synthesis of nanomaterials, and the fundamental understanding of their properties, has driven significant advances for their technological applications. The Special Issue “Functional Nanostructures for Sensors, Optoelectronic Devices and Drug Delivery” aims to provide an overview of the current research activities in the field of nanostructured materials with a particular emphasis on their potential applications for sensors, optoelectronic devices and biomedical systems. The Special Issue includes submission of original research articles and comprehensive reviews that demonstrated or summarized significant advances in the above-mentioned research fields. The Special Issue is made up of fifteen original research articles and three comprehensive reviews covering various topics of nanostructured materials and relative characterization from fundamental research to technological applications. More than 100 scientists from universities and research institutions lent their expertize and shared their research activities to ensure the success of this Special Issue.
KeywordsCeO2-SnO2; nanostructure; hydrothermal; triethylamine; gas sensor; cuprous oxide/silver; nanocomposites; hydrogen peroxide; electrochemistry; sensor; carbon nanotubes; electrical character; aqueous two-phase extraction; sputtering; composite nanorods; phase transformation; annealing; ZnO nanorods; photoluminescence; SF6 plasma; visible emission; red emission; multimodal therapy; singlet oxygen; doxorubicin; nitric oxide; morphology-dependent; α-Fe2O3 nanoparticles; GO; uric acid; dopamine; voltammetric detection; SnS2 nanoflakes; semiconductor; zinc doping; photoelectronics; gold clusters; plating; porphyrin; chirality; SERS; SnSe2 quantum dots; graphene; phototransistor; UV-detector; 2D-materials; WS2; exfoliation; gas sensors; NO2; H2; cross sensitivity; vanadium; gallium; garnets; inorganic nanocrystals; luminescence; luminescent nanothermometry; multifunctional fluorescent nanoparticles; conjugated polyelectrolytes (CPEs); thermosensitive liposomes (TSLs); bioimaging; drug carrier; release experiments; electrochemical sensor; phthalocyanine; gold nanoparticle; catechol; iron oxide nanoparticles; surface chemistry; nanotechnology; food chemistry; biomedicine; environment; applied microbiology; white biotechnology; green chemistry; nanostructured materials; diatom nanotechnology; sensoristic devices; drug delivery; theranostics; SPION; self-assembly; hybrid nanosystems; integration; smart-system; portable; sensors; biodiagnostics; optical; optoelectronics; electrochemical; analytics; organics; nanoplasmonics; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
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