Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Advanced Functional Materials

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Dear Colleagues,

Advanced Functional Materials have generated significant research and development interest in recent decades, as they are integral to numerous innovative and disruptive technologies, with the potential to transform manufacturing industries and the economy. We are delighted to announce the release of a new issue of the journal Metallurgy and Materials Data, which highlights the latest developments in the field of advanced functional materials.

The issue includes an overview of a database for biocompatible titanium-based materials, highlighting their potential medical applications, accompanied by a research paper on the corrosion stability of anodized ultrafine-grained titanium in human body solutions. Also, a study on photocatalysis shows how well Sr0.9La0.1TiO3 and Sr0.25Ca0.25Na0.25Pr0.25TiO3 perovskite-based catalysts remove metoprolol and pindolol under different types of radiation (simulated solar, LED, and UV radiation). There is also a study of how the ratio of balls to powder affects the mechanical and structural properties of CuZrB composite materials made with powder metallurgy. Lastly, the review paper explores the applications of polyaniline-based composites in environmental protection engineering.

We invite you to join us in exploring the fascinating world of advanced functional materials and to join the ongoing conversation about the future of this field.

Guest Editor,

Dr. Veljko Djokić, Principal Research Fellow

Published: 31-03-2023

Advanced Functional Materials