Themed Collection in Materials Advances: Advanced functional materials and manufacturing processes

Advanced functional materials and manufacturing processes

Guest edited by Jessica O. Winter, Jawwad A. Darr and John Wang

Materials Advances is delighted to introduce our latest themed collection on the latest developments in advanced inorganic functional materials (synthesis, modelling and simulation), novel manufacturing processes including scale up approaches, and property evaluation and optimization.

You can explore the collection and read the introductory editorial from our guest editors below. Articles in the collection are published in Materials Advances so they are all open access and freely available.

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Promotional graphic of Materials Advances themed collection on Advanced functional materials and manufacturing, with photos of authors Jessica O. Winter, Jawwad A. Darr and John Wang included, from left to right.

Read the introductory editorial

Read some of the featured articles below.

Synthesis, structure and electrochemical properties of a new cation ordered layered Li–Ni–Mg–Mo oxide
Bo Dong, Javier Castells-Gil, Pengcheng Zhu, Laura L. Driscoll, Emma Kendrick, Phoebe K. Allan and Peter R. Slater
Mater. Adv., 2023, 4, 1021-1029 DOI: 10.1039/d2ma00981a

Recent advancement in nanomaterial-encapsulated drug delivery vehicles for combating cancer, COVID-19, and HIV-like chronic diseases
Suparna Paul, Subhajit Mukherjee and Priyabrata Banerjee
Mater. Adv., 2023, 4, 2042-2061 DOI: 10.1039/d2ma01075e

Additively manufactured thermosetting elastomer composites: small changes in resin formulation lead to large changes in mechanical and viscoelastic properties
Ye Wang, Ian M. McAninch, Antoine P. Delarue, Christopher J. Hansen, E. Jason Robinette and Amy M. Peterson
Mater. Adv., 2023, 4, 607-615 DOI: 10.1039/d2ma00892k

Materials Advances is always interested in considering high-quality articles on advanced functional materials and their manufacturing processes and we would be delighted if you would consider the journals for your next submission, which can be made via the Materials Advances online submission service. All submissions will be subject to initial assessment and peer review as appropriate according to the journals’ guidelines.

We hope you enjoy reading this collection and we look forward to seeing how this field progresses! Please continue to submit your exciting work on advanced functional materials to Materials Advances.

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