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EJNMEE (Electronic-only format) is founded in 2015 and is an open access peer-reviewed journal fully available to all readers. The Journal features publications of great significance containing new approaches, ideas and effective technologies in Material Science and Chemistry by which save energy, protect the environment, and solve ecological problems. 

 

Electronic Journal of New Materials, Energy and Environment (EJNMEE) is listed in:

 oaji

http://oaji.net/journal-detail.html?number=1795

jifactor http://www.jifactor.org/journal_view.php?journal_id=2376

Latest Papers

    • Ludmil Fachikov 
      Amorphous Phosphate Coatings on Steel Surfaces – preparation and characterization 
    • M. Hristova
      Prediction of the flash point of ternary ideal mixtures
    • Book Review by Alfons G. Buekens, Luc Hens
      Environmental Engineering: Principles and Practice 
      By Richard O. Mines, Jr.
  • Rare iron oxide could be combined with 2-D materials for electronic, spintronic devices 24th May 2019
    Rice University researchers have simplified the synthesis of a unique, nearly two-dimensional form of iron oxide with strong magnetic properties that is easy to stack atop other 2-D materials.
  • Adding a carbon atom transforms 2-D semiconducting material 24th May 2019
    A technique that introduces carbon-hydrogen molecules into a single atomic layer of the semiconducting material tungsten disulfide dramatically changes the electronic properties of the material, according to Penn State researchers at Penn State who say they can create new types of components for energy-efficient photoelectric devices and electronic circuits with this material.
  • Mathematically designed graphene has improved electrocatalytic activity 24th May 2019
    An international research group has improved graphene's ability to catalyse the hydrogen evolution reaction, which releases hydrogen as a result of passing an electronic current through water. They designed a mathematically-predicted graphene electrocatalyst, and confirmed its performance using high resolution electrochemical microscopy and computational modelling. The findings were published in the journal Advanced Science.
  • Study investigates how spin-orbit interaction protects Majorana nanowires 24th May 2019
    Researchers at Delft University of Technology have recently carried out a study investigating spin-orbit interaction in Majorana nanowires. Their study, published in Physical Review Letters, is the first to clearly show the mechanism that enables the creation of the elusive Majorana particle, which could become the building block of a more stable type of quantum […]
  • Cooling wood: Engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling 24th May 2019
    What if the wood your house was made of could save your electricity bill? In the race to save energy, using a passive cooling method that requires no electricity and is built right into your house could save even chilly areas of the US some cash. Now, researchers at the University of Maryland and the […]
  • Researchers create soft, flexible materials with enhanced properties 23rd May 2019
    A team of polymer chemists and engineers from Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new methodology that can be used to create a class of stretchable polymer composites with enhanced electrical and thermal properties. These materials are promising candidates for use in soft robotics, self-healing electronics and medical devices. The results are published in the […]
  • Plumbene, graphene's latest cousin, realized on the 'nano water cube' 23rd May 2019
    Two-dimensional materials made of Group 14 elements, graphene's cousins, have attracted enormous interest in recent years because of their unique potential as useful topological insulators.
  • New Flatland material: Physicists obtain quasi-2D gold 23rd May 2019
    Researchers from the MIPT Center for Photonics and 2-D Materials have synthesized a quasi-2-D gold film, revealing how materials not usually classified as two-dimensional can form atomically thin layers. Published in Advanced Materials Interfaces, the study shows that by using monolayer molybdenum disulfide as an adhesion layer, quasi-2-D gold can be deposited on an arbitrary […]
  • Bending the norm on nanowires 23rd May 2019
    New methods of arranging silver nanowires make them more durable, shows a study by KAUST. These nanowires form flexible, transparent conductive layers that can be used for improved solar cells, strain sensors and next-generation mobile phones.
  • Light and nanotechnology combined to prevent biofilms on medical implants 23rd May 2019
    Invented approximately 50 years ago, surgical medical meshes have become key elements in the recovery procedures of damaged-tissue surgeries, the most frequent being hernia repair. When implanted within the tissue of the patient, the flexible and conformable design of these meshes helps hold muscles tight and allows patients to recover much faster than through the […]