Call for Book Chapters
Modern Nanotechnology: Sustainable Energy and Environmental Applications
Dates and Deadlines
- Proposal Submission for locking the title: 31-05-2022
- Notification for Proposal Acceptance: 05-06-2022
- Full chapter/first draft submission: 31-07-2022
- Review points available to authors: 15-08-2022
- Revised/Final draft submission: 31-08-2022
- Final Acceptance/Rejection to authors: 10-09-2022
Last updated on 10-12-2021
Publisher Springer Nature, Switzerland, AG
The editors of forthcoming book volume titled “Modern Nanotechnology: Sustainable Energy and Environmental Applications” are pleased to invite you and members of your working group to submit a chapter for this book, to be published by Springer Nature, Switzerland. The book is focusing on modern science in nanotechnology, energy and environmental impacts, challenges and future ways, which is an ideal opportunity for the academia, researchers, and industrialists to reveal the latest efforts made through modern science in nanotechnology concerning society in the direction of the energy and environmental challenges. It may be possible for them to examine future directions of nanocomposite materials development and encourage future efforts in material sciences, energy, and environmental science.
Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary field with many potential future challenges, including looking for renewable energies for sustainable development and developing new technology for environmental protection applications. Nanocomposite materials are one of the hottest science and technology subjects in nanotechnology right now, and they’re receiving a lot of interest in the multidisciplinary areas. As a result, nanocomposite materials seamlessly included their production technology in many applications. They continue to reveal promising potential applications in the field of solar cells, fuel cells, secondary batteries, supercapacitors, air and water purification, and the removal of domestic and outdoor air pollutants. Clean energy and environmental applications often demand the development of novel nanocomposite materials that can provide the shortest reaction pathways to enhance reaction kinetics. Understanding the properties of nanocomposite material such as physicochemical, structural, microstructural, and surface properties are essential for attaining the required efficiency, cycle life, and sustainability in various technological applications.
This book “Modern Nanotechnology: Sustainable Energy and Environmental Applications” includes the design and the sophisticated fabrication of nanomaterials along with their potential energy and environmental applications. This book is an important addition to the advancement of knowledge for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and professional engineers working in the domains of nanotechnology, nanochemistry, macromolecular science, and energy and environmental science.
The book looks at how nanoscience and nanotechnology may be used to promote environmentally friendly processes and strategies for energy and environmental sustainability. Its purpose is to promote eco-friendly methods and techniques by covering many elements of both the synthesis and uses of nanoparticles and nanofluids for energy and environmental engineering.
As a corollary, the book focuses on the creation of dependable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly processes using sophisticated nanoscience and technology research and inventions. Nanoparticle synthesis; applications of nanomaterials, nanosensors, and plasma discharge in pollution control; environmental monitoring; agriculture; energy recovery; production enhancement; energy conservation and storage; surface modification of materials for energy storage; fuel cells; pollution mitigation; and CO2 capture and sequestration are among the topics covered.
This book brings together the most recent research findings as well as pertinent theoretical frameworks on the topic of micro-scale technology for environmental sustainability. This book is an all-encompassing reference source for professionals and scholars, highlighting the consequences of this technology on energy generation and cleanup.
Table of Contents (but are not limited to)
PART I: Nanotechnology and Sustainability: Introduction and Fundamental Aspects
- Fundamentals of Nanotechnology for Environmental Engineering
- Introduction of Nanotechnology in Basic Energy Sciences
- Nanotechnology and Sustainability: Toxicological Assessments and Environmental Risks
- Green Functional Nanomaterials: Synthesis and Applications (Plant & Bacteria Mediated Synthesis)
- Next-Generation Nanomaterials for Environmental Engineering
- Nanomaterials from Marine Environments: An Overview
PART II: Nanotechnology Applications in Environmental Protection and Remediation
- Fundamental Aspects of Nanocomposite Materials for Environment Protection and Remediation
- Nanosensing Strategies for Heavy Metal Detection
- Nanobiosensors for Detection Of Micropollutants
- Nanomaterials for Water Purification and Reclamation
- Carbon Nanomaterials for Wastewater Treatment
- Microbe-Based Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles and Their Catalytic Applications
- Silver, Al, Zn & Fe Nanoparticles for Environmental Remediation
- Nanofiltration Membrane Techniques for Heavy Metal Separation
- Nanotechnology Based Photocatalytic Degradation of Pharmaceuticals
- Artificial Photosynthesis Using Nanotechnology
- Nanotechnology for Water Splitting: A Sustainable Way to Generate Hydrogen
- Nanomaterials in Soil Health Management and Crop Production
- Nanotechnology for Plastic Degradation
- Removal of Radioactive Wastes Using Nanomaterials
- Nanocomposites for Removal of Organic Pollutants
- Nanocomposite Materials for Gas Sorption, CO2, and Emission Applications
- Nanocomposites: Future Challenges and Applications in Environmental Protection Systems
PART III: Environmental Impacts of Nanotechnology
- Ecotoxicology of Nanocomposite Materials
- Nanocomposite Materials: Release, Behavior and Fate in the Environment
- Nanocomposite Materials in Food and Agriculture: Risks and Toxicological Effects
- Nanocomposite Materials in the Aquatic Environment: Risks and Toxicological Effects
- Nanotechnology: Ethical Impacts, Health Issues, and Safety Issues
- Assessment of Novel Nanotechnologies for Sustainability and Life Cycle Implications
PART IV: Nanotechnology for Energy Conversion and Storage
- Nanocomposite Materials for Hydrogen Storage Systems
- Nanocomposites Scaled-Up Systems for Fuel Cell Technologies
- Nanocomposite Materials for Energy Storage Applications
- Nanocomposite Materials for Thermal Energy Applications
- Nanocomposite Materials for Clean Energy Production and Delivery
- Nanocomposite Materials for Solar Energy Collection and Conversion
- Nanotechnology in Advanced Silicon Solar Cells
- Nanocomposite Materials for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
- Recent Developments in Nanocomposite Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage
- Nanotechnology in Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage Process
- Next Generation High-Performance Nanocomposite Materials: Energy Storage, Batteries, and Capacitor Materials
- Nanotechnology Challenges and Opportunities for Renewable Energy Systems
- Case Studies Related to Nanocomposite Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage
Proposal Submission: Authors are requested to submit a formal proposal in our given template on or before 31 May, 2022. A chapter title needs to be confirmed before writing the full chapter. Authors are requested to download the sample Proposal below and type their own one within the same style and send it via email to email@example.com
Full Length Chapter Submission: All chapters should be submitted to the concerned editor Dr. Sadiq via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: There is no submission or acceptance fee for manuscripts submitted to this book. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process.
All proposals and full length chapters should be submitted via email to the concerned editor.
- Click here to download Sample Proposal Template
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The book will be published by Springer Nature, Switzerland, AG
Terms and Conditions
- All the chapters should be in the strict page ranges of 25-35 or not more than 18,000 words.
- We follow Springer’s Basic system of in-text citations and no other style will be entertained. References for each chapter will be limited, please avoid the unnecessary citations in the text. Please use the current references (from 2015 – 2022).
- Write your chapter in such a way that it represents the research scenario from the whole world and not specific to your own country/region based works.
- You can also put black and white/color clear figures/ diagrams/ flowcharts. Please use British English and we strongly advise to use a native English speaker to edit the text before submission.
- Scientific quality must be good enough and there should be no sorts of plagiarism, otherwise the chapter will be rejected right away.
- Authors will receive the galley proof of their chapter prior to final publication in order to avoid proofing/typesetting errors.
- The submitted book chapter must have a plagiarism index of less than 15%. and it is the responsibility of the authors to submit a plagiarism report along with the final manuscript.
- After the proposal is accepted, the corresponding author will be informed along with the instructions. We expect to receive the full chapter before July 31, 2022 along with the plagiarism report, preferably a Turnitin report (<15%). For manuscript, we require an e-copy of full chapter submitted in Microsoft word 2010. Let us know if you cannot meet these specifications and/or the deadline.
- The full chapter must be written in US/British English only with no line numbering, a line spacing of 1.5, Times New Roman 11-point font size, margins top/bottom of 1”, margins left/right of 1.25”.
- A typical chapter will include the title, author(s) with ORCID, affiliation/cell phone/ email & mailing address, abstract with <250 words, Keywords (<7 words: we use it for book index), Introduction, Body of chapter, References ( in alphabetical order). All references must be cited in the text and vice-versa.
- Tables and figures should be included in the text at right place just after their citation in main text.
- All figures and tables must be self-developed or modified (>75%) from original article or information collected from published articles, book chapters. No copyright images/tables/graphs should be used.
- As a book chapter, both comprehensive and systematic reviews are welcome.
Total similarity index of manuscript must be less than 15%: PLEASE DONOT USE COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS that have been published unless you have reprint permission from the original publisher. OPEN-SOURCE articles can be evaluated only in exceptional cases. Our publisher and we editors are against plagiarism. Such activity will only delay our publication. Use of such material without having the reprint permission is unethical and punishable under International Law and may carry the fine by the authorities. The manuscripts/chapters are subjected to plagiarism checking by antiplagiarism software at different levels.
Our team expects to work with you closely. We can assure you the best quality production. World Biologica takes care of all the processes from editing to publishing/marketing at no charge to authors. There is no fee for inclusion of a chapter. All contributing authors will receive pdf copy of the volume that includes their chapter; and they can buy hard copy directly from Springer Nature at discounted price.
Inquiries can be forwarded to
Dr. Mohamed Jaffer Sadiq M
Email: email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Junaid Ahmad Malik, PhD (Editor)
Department of Zoology,
Govt. Degree College Kulgam,
Kulgam-192231, Kashmir (J&K), India
Dr. Mohamed Jaffer Sadiq M, PhD (Co-editor)
School of Chemical Science and Technology,
Yunnan University, Kunming, P.R. China