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ISSN  :   2667-0569 ( Online )   Active

Journal Carbon Trends

Aim & Scope

Carbon Trends is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal, and a companion title to the well-established journal, Carbon. This journal offers an open access platform to communicate progress in the field of carbon materials science. The scope of Carbon Trends comprises new developments associated to all forms of carbon, including traditionally bulk carbons to low-dimensional carbon-based structures. New and significant results related to the properties of material systems where carbon plays the central role are the core of the journal. However, articles on composites and on materials closely related to carbon (e.g., similar composition or morphologies) will also be considered by the Editors of Carbon Trends. This includes nitrides, carbides, and graphene-like low-dimensional materials (0D, 1D, and 2D). Topics considered also encompass research on materials' formation, structure, properties, behaviors, and applications. Submissions related to any aspect of the chemistry and physics of carbon and relevant applications are encouraged. Examples in the fields of catalysis, coatings, electronics, sensors, energy storage, environmental science, medicine, information technology, nuclear materials, structural materials, and quantum materials are welcome in this venue. In addition to providing a unique platform to disseminate results on experimental, characterization, and application research, Carbon Trends is also an ideal forum to share theoretically and computationally inspired research, with a focus on theoretical prediction of new forms of carbons, molecular science, quantum mechanical properties, algorithmic developments devoted to carbon science as well as research closely associated with machine learning and artificial intelligence. [1]

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Active ( 1963  -  9999 )   Carbon

0008-6223 ( Print )  1873-3891 ( Online ) 
ElsevierPergamon Press

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Carbon nanoparticle-induced cell death

S Myrzagali , Z Omarova , D Zeitkaziyeva , ... , Y Xie

Carbon Trends , 2024 , p 100352.


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Inhomogeneities across boron-doped nanocrystalline diamond films

J Bennett , S Mandal , D Morgan , ... , G Klemencic

Carbon Trends , 2024 , p 100353.


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