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Renewable Biomass-based Magnetic Composites for Eliminating the Contamination of Microwave Radiation

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Guest Editors

Pengfei Yin, Associate Professor, College of Science, Sichuan Agricultural University, China
Pengfei Yin obtained his Ph. D. in Materials Physics and Chemistry from Northwestern Polytechnical University (China) in 2015; he is currently the director of the Department of Applied Physics, College of Science, Sichuan Agricultural University, China. His research interests focus on the design and absorption mechanism of bio-based microwave absorbing materials, preparation of ultrafine powders by jet milling/electrostatic dispersion technique, numerical simulation of thermodynamic coupling process in friction stir welding etc. He, as the first and/or corresponding author, has published over 40 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and serves as a reviewer for more than 20 SCI journals.

Limin Zhang, Professor, School of Physical Science and Technology, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Limin Zhang received his Ph. D. in Materials Physics and Chemistry from Northwestern Polytechnical University (China) in 2013; he is currently a professor in the School of Physical Science and Technology, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China. Prof. Zhang is working on renewable microwave absorbing materials, solidification of alloys under electromagnetic fields and so on. He has published more than 70 papers in peer-reviewed SCI journals and contributes to the refereeing of over 30 international journals.


Nowadays, superfluous microwave radiation has become one typical contamination, which brings about a great deal of menace to human health. In order to deal with such serious electromagnetic pollution generated from the wide application of electromagnetic equipment and microwave technique, there is an urgent requirement to manufacture an absorber with excellent electromagnetic absorption performance. Usually, the demand for an ideal absorber should satisfy the properties of strong absorption ability, broad absorption bandwidth, thin thickness and low density. Apart from these, the facile route to prepare the as-mentioned absorber with environmental protection and economy is also paid great attention by many scholars. In recent years, renewable biomass has been employed to fabricate biochar with multifarious nanostructures for being used as one of the effective absorbing components in microwave absorbing composites for their advantages, and thus they are often combined with other magnetic components to achieve significant performance for synergetic mechanisms and improved condition of impedance matching etc.


This special issue is dedicated to insights into the design and preparation of microwave absorbing composites based on a combination of renewable biomass and various magnetic materials for eliminating radiation contamination. We invite scientists and investigators to contribute original high-quality research and review articles which address the topics of this special issue. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

· Novel methods to prepare bio-based magnetic microwave absorbing composites;

· Regulation of microstructure in renewable biomass-derived magnetic absorbers;

· Optimization of electromagnetic properties in bio-based magnetic composites;

· Biomass-based magnetic composites for eliminating radiation contamination.

· The new-type absorbing mechanism in bio-based magnetic substance.


Please note that the above topics are recommended and by no means exclusive. Studies on other research areas of this special issue are also welcomed.


Biomass-based Composites; Magnetic Biochar; Electromagnetic Pollution; Elimination of Microwave Radiation; Electromagnetic Absorption and Dissipation; Dielectric and Magnetic Loss; Microstructure Regulation; Electromagnetic Parameter; Reflection Loss.

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