Algerian Journal of
About the AJAM
About Algerian Journal of Advanced Materials
Journal of Advanced Materials
is an international journal that publishes high impact work on the
chemistry and physics of novel materials. The journal has a broad
readership, covering all areas of materials research. It covers the
aspect of materials science and engineering in all forms,
particularly materials associated with new technologies. Coverage is
broad and includes the design and synthesis of materials, their
characterisation, processing, modelling, properties and applications.
Papers covering interdisciplinary research and papers from related
disciplines are encouraged, in particular those addressing emerging and
quickly developing fields.
establish the suitability of the articles for Algerian Journal
of Advanced Materials they must highlight the novel properties or
applications (or potential properties/applications) of the materials
studied. Papers that report primarily structural studies will be
considered for publication only where the materials have interesting
properties or are of potential interest for the materials community.
must highlight the impact and significance of the work for a materials
readership to establish the suitability of the article for Algerian
Journal of Advanced Materials.
Papers that report incremental or derivative research should be directed
to a more specialized journal.
journal accepts work in all areas, including the following:
metals and alloys, composites, ceramics; layered materials;
microporous solids and zeolites; silicates and synthetic minerals;
biogenic minerals, nanomaterials, bio-related materials, semiconductors,
organometallic precursors for thin films/ceramics; novel molecular
solids and synthetic polymers with materials applications; polymer
composites; biopolymers; biocompatible and biodegradable polymers;
liquid crystals (both lyotropic and thermotropic); Langmuir–Blodgett
films and self assembled monolayers (SAMs), nanomaterials, biomaterials.
semi-, metallic and super-conductivity; ionic conductivity; mixed ionic/electronic
conductivity; ferro-, pyro- and piezo-electricity; electroceramics;
luminescence, phosphorescence, laser action; non-linear optical effects;
photoconductivity; photo- and electro-chromism, resists, glasses,
amorphous semiconductors; optical modulation and switching.
ferro-, ferri- and antiferro-magnetism, spin glass behaviour, organic
magnetism, magnetic bubbles and information storage.
ion exchange, molecular separation, catalytic action, sensor action,
topochemical control of reactions.
structural ceramics, refractories; hard materials; protective coatings;
composites, adhesives, prosthetic applications.
Thermodynamic properties and phase
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