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mex
An International Journal on Multidisciplinary Materials Research

ISSN: 2158-5849 (Print); EISSN: 2158-5857 (Online).
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Aims and Scope

Materiels Express (MEX) is an international multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal reporting research on the synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications of a very wide range of materials from physical sciences to engineering to life sciences. In particular, the journal aims to report advanced materials with interesting electronic, magnetic, optical, mechanical and catalytic properties. A broad spectrum of the research topics on materials are covered.

RESEARCH TOPICS COVERED (but not limited to):
  • Inorganic materials: ceramics, layered materials, microporous and mesoporous solids, zeolites, silicates, synthetic minerals, biogenic minerals, nanomaterials
  • Organic materials: organometallic precursors for thin films/ceramics, novel molecular solids and synthetic polymers with materials applications, polymer composites, liquid crystals, nanomaterials
  • Electrical properties: metals, alloys, semiconductors, superconductors, ionic conductors, electroceramics, dielectrics
  • Optical properties: luminescence, phosphorescence, laser action, nonlinear optics, photoconductivity, photochromism, photovoltaics, resists, glasses, amorphous semiconductors, optical modulation
  • Magnetic properties: ferro-, ferri- and antiferro-magnetism, organic magnetism, spintronics, magnetic bubbles and information storage
  • Chemical properties: ion exchange, molecular separation, functionalization, catalytic action, sensor action, electrochemistry, photo-electrochemistry
  • Structural properties: crystal growth and structure analysis, structure-defect analysis, ceramics, refractories, hard materials, protective coatings, composites, adhesives, prosthetic applications
  • Mechanical properties: strength, elasticity, plasticity, ductility, malleability, fracture, corrosion resistance
  • Computations/Simulations: theoretical physics and chemistry of materials, molecular dynamics simulations, electronic structure calculations
  • Biomaterials: biopolymers, biofilms, bioimplants bioMEMS, biosensors, cells, tissues and organs, regenerative medicine and clinical performance
  • Nanomaterials: nanotubes, nanoparticles, nanowires, quantum dots, nanocrystals, nanomedicine
  • Applications: electronics, optics, photonics, opto-electronics, magnetics, sensors, catalysts, coatings, adhesives, prosthetics, drug delivery, medicine
OPEN ACCESS
Materials Express is an open access journal, which provides free access to all its articles to anyone.

READERSHIP
MEX offers a very broad readership covering all disciplines of science, engineering and medicine.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION

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Editors-in-Chief
Yoshinori Ando
Emeritus Professor of Materials Science
Meijo University
Nagoya 468-8502, JAPAN
Email: yando@meijo-u.ac.jp

Mukul Kumar
Associate Vice President & Head of the R&D Center
HEG Ltd., Mandideep, Raisen-462046, INDIA
Email: mukul5565@yahoo.com

Website: www.aspbs.com/mex

REFEREE'S REPORT
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