Advanced Materials Letters covers the topics that include, but are not limited to the nanomaterials and nanotechnology, biomaterials and biodevices, electronic, magnetic, and optical materials, structural and engineering materials, thin films, materials surface and interfaces, computational materials, energy materials, functional materials, polymer science and technology, composite and ceramic materials, environmental and green materials, biomimetic materials, molecularly imprinted materials, supra-molecular systems, quantum materials, information and energy-transfer materials, battery materials and technology, biodegradable materials, membranes, sensors, and actuators, separation science and technology, adhesive and binders, drug and gene delivery, tissue engineering and a range of other applications.
Advanced Materials Letters has established itself as a platform for high quality, interdisciplinary materials' research and developments that connected the various disciplines involved with advanced materials, publishing path-breaking research work from leading researchers of academia, research laboratories, and industries.
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