Advanced Materials Science and Technology (Print ISSN: 2717-526X  Online ISSN: 2810-9155) is a peer-reviewed open access journal published semi-annual by Omniscient Pte. Ltd. The journal covers the properties, applications and synthesis of new materials related to energy, environment, physics, chemistry, engineering, biology and medicine, including ceramics, polymers, biological, medical and composite materials and so on. Original article, Review, Report and Communication are encouraged. Advanced Materials Science and Technology aims to disseminate the latest progress in advanced materials such as nanomaterials, carbon-based materials, organic optoelectronic materials, metallic materials and functional materials and to promote the understanding of the use of materials in energy, environment, physics, chemistry, engineering, biology and medicine. This journal will be useful for professionals in the various branches of materials science and for students and academic staff concerned with the related specialties.

  • Structural Modification of Partially Ni-substituted MnHCF Cathode Material for Aqueous Zn-ion Batteries

    Mariam Maisuradze, Min Li, Mattia Gaboardi, Giuliana Aquilanti, Jasper Rikkert Plaisier, Marco Giorgetti

    The initial capacity fading and electrochemical profile modification of the nickel substituted manganese hexacyanoferrate cathode material in aqueous zinc-ion batteries was investigated. The outcome of the electrochemical tests suggested the structural transformation of the material; therefore, further characterization has been performed with the synchrotron-based x-ray absorption spectroscopy and powder x-ray diffraction. Indeed, the alteration of the structure was evident with both techniques. The dissolution of Mn and Ni was observed, alongside with the substitution of Mn with Zn. Furthermore, a new Zn-containing phase formation, and the modification of Mn species were demonstrated.

  • Between the Electrodes of a Supercapacitor: An Update on Electrolytes

    Rudolf Holze

    Performance, in particular power capabilities and stability of the supercapacitor critically depend on the electrolyte: the ionically conducting phase between the electrodes of a supercapacitor. This review provides an overview with particular attention to possible practical perspectives and promising developments. It addresses all studied or suggested electrolyte systems, mentions relevant properties and highlights details possibly important for practical use or posing likely problems.

Honorary Editor-in-Chief

Scott X. Mao

Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA.


Craig E. Banks

Faculty of Science and Engineering, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom.

Zhong-Yong Yuan

School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nankai University, Tianjin, China.

Ram Gupta

Department of Chemistry, Kansas Polymer Research Center, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, USA.

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