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Home / Journals / American Journal of Physics and Applications / Radiation-Induced Effects in Nanomaterials and Materials
Radiation-Induced Effects in Nanomaterials and Materials
Lead Guest Editor:
Ishaq Ahmad
National Center for Physics, Quaid-i-azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Guest Editors
Yan Long
Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Shanghai, China
Wan Dongyun
School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai University
Shanghai, China
Maaza Malik
Materials Department, iThemba LABS
Western Cape, South Africa
Morgan Madhuku
iThemba LABS
WITS, iThemba LABS, South Africa
Usman Muhammad
National Center for Physics, Quaid-i-azam University
Islamabad, Pakistan
Javed Iqbal
Physics Department, Quaid-i-azam University
Islamabad, Pakistan
Thema Force Tefo
Department of Chemistry, Botswana College of Agriculture
Gaborone, Botswana
Tadadjeu Sokeng Ifriky
French South African Institute of Technology, Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Cape Town, South Africa
Abdul Majid
Department of Physics, Majmaah University
Majmaah, Saudi Arabia
Naved Zafar Ali
National Center for Physics, Quaid-i-azam University
Islamabad, Pakistan
Zain Hassan Yamani
Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Experiments on electron/electromagnetic/ion irradiation of various nanomaterials/materials demonstrate that it can have beneficial effects and that radiation may be used to tailor the structure and properties of nanomaterials/materials systems with high precision. However, the evolution process of the structural transformation and physical property changes of nanomaterials/materials under irradiation are still unclear. Also, the radiation hardness capabilities of certain nanomaterials/materials are still not yet well understood. Moreover, nanomaterials/materials working capability under harsh environment is still unclear. Therefore all above issues experimentally/theoretically should be explore. Moreover, for future miniaturization of electronic devices, interconnections of nanowires/nanotubes are essential. Different attemps are made to interconnect nanowires/nanotubes using radiation technology. This investigation will be useful for exploring the radiation technology for future controlled interconnection of nanodevices.

Aims and Scope:
1. Roles of defects induced y radiation
2. Radiation (electrons, electromagnetic, ions, neutrons etc ) effects on the properties of nanomaterials/materials
3. Nanomaterials/materials in harsh environments
4. Radiation hardness testing of spacecraft materiasl
5. Radiation induced synthesis of nanoparticles
6. Radiation induced synthesis of materials and compounds
7. Radiation hardness testing of spacecrafts materials
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