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Computational Materials Chemistry
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Yun Wang, PhD
Centre for Catalysis and Clean Energy, School of Environment and Science, Griffith University, QLD, Australia
Research interests: Materials Design, Electrocatalysis, Clean Energy, Surface/Interface Science, Sensors, Environmental Remediation, Molecular Electronics, Charge Transfer, Semiconductor, Functional Materials, Nanotechnology, Low-dimensional Materials, Advanced Frameworks
About This Topic
The rapid development of computational power and methodologies enables computational materials chemistry to become an essential tool to help chemists understand the reaction mechanisms and guide the experimental design. It also plays the key role to reveal the physicochemical properties of emerging materials, such as low-dimensional materials, heterostructures and organic/inorganic hybrids. The interests and efforts of scientists active in this hot topic motivate the publication of this special issue ‘Computational Materials Chemistry’. The scope of this special issue includes:
1) development of multiscale computation materials chemistry tools,
2) structure-property-performance relationships of materials,
3) materials design.
Multiscale Modelling, Physicochemical Property, Charge Transfer, Reaction Mechanisms, Nanomaterials, Materials Design
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