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Nanocomposites is a new journal dedicated to the most recent developments in nanocomposites. The journal has recently been launched by Maney Publishing and is interested in receiving submissions.

Nanocomposites are multiphase or hybrid materials which when combined together, display markedly different properties from the bulk components. Nanocomposites differ from conventional composite materials due to the nanoscale dimensions of the filler phase and the exceptionally high surface to volume ratio of this phase. As a result they often possess unique mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical or catalytic properties which are controlled by factors such as local chemistry, mobility, morphology, or crystallinity.

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Ton Peijs, Queen Mary University of London, UK

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