The first and premier journal dedicated to the science and technology of tungsten and related metals, including molybdenum, cobalt, vanadium, tantalum, niobium, rhenium, zirconium, hafnium, as well as their alloys and compounds.
It covers studies on nuclear materials, low-dimensional materials, high-entropy alloy, energy conversion and storage material, polyoxometalates, topological phases, biomaterials, catalysis, 3D printing, semiconductor materials, advanced steel, hard and refractory alloys, metallurgy, simulation and modeling, surface treatment, reuse and recycling.
As a peer-reviewed, international research journal, Tungsten provides a forum for publishing full-length, original papers and invited overviews that advance the in-depth understanding of tungsten and relative metals and their applications. Papers that have a high impact potential and/or substantially advance the frontiers of science and technology are sought. Tungsten promotes papers globally to make scientific findings accessible to a broad range of readers.
The following aspects related to tungsten and relative metals are of particular interest:
Cross-disciplinary research in applications of Tungsten and relative metals in nuclear materials, low-dimensional materials, high-entropy alloy, energy conversion and storage material, polyoxometalates, topological phases, biomaterials, catalysis, 3D printing, semiconductor materials, advanced steel, hard and refractory alloys, metallurgy, simulation and modeling, surface treatment, reuse and recycling.
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Effects of alloying elements Mn, Mo, Ti, Si, P and C on the incubation period of void swelling in austenitic stainless steels
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A review of solute-point defect interactions in vanadium and its alloys: first-principles modeling and simulation
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Latest Issue: Issue 4, 2020
Three-dimensional porous CoNiO2@reduced graphene oxide nanosheet arrays/nickel foam as a highly efficient bifunctional electrocatalyst for overall water splitting
Published online: 30 November 2020, Issue 4, 2020
Zhi-Yi Pan1,2, Zheng Tang3, Yong-Zhong Zhan1,2,*, Dan Sun3,*
1South China University of Technology, Guangzhou 510641, China
2Guangxi University, Nanning 530004, China
3Central South University, Changsha, 410083, China
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