Non-Metallic Material Science publishes research on Chemical Materials (non-metallic), with emphasis on processing, characterization, design, modeling, and applications, to develop novel materials and their utility in various industries.

Aims to publish cutting-edge information, Non-Metallic Material Science encourages more scientists to submit their work focusing on Polymeric, Ceramic, Dental, Semiconductor, and Battery Materials, etc. The combination of materials and technologies in multiple industries provides more practical possibilities for high-level utilities of non-metallic materials.   

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Polymeric Materials
    -Natural polymers, naturally found in plants and animals
    -Synthetic polymers, can be human-made
  • Polymer-Ceramic
  • Dental Materials
    -The properties or performance of dental materials and their application in the clinic
        -Temporary dressings, Dental cement, Impression materials, Lining materials, Dental restorative material
    -The reaction of host tissues to materials
  • Semiconductor Materials Properties and Application
  • Battery Materials focus on Polymer-based Solid Electrolytes
  • Non-Metallic Materials Processing and Technologies
  • Lipid nanoparticles (LNPs)

Vol. 5 , Iss. 2 (October 2023): In Progress

  • Review

    Antibacterial Potential of Pulp Capping Materials

    Ivanka Dimitrova
    1-10

    Article ID: 6182    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/nmms.v5i2.6182
    39  (Abstract) 23  (Download)

    Abstract:

    A critical analysis of the antibacterial effect of the main representatives of calcium silicate cements (CSCs) was made. An analysis of the most frequently used methods for screening the antibacterial activity of materials has been made. The inhibitory activity of CSCs against major types of microorganisms such as Candia albicansE. faecalis, and strains streptococcus was evaluated and compared. The antibacterial effects... More

  • Review

    Weathering of Wood and Rocks and the Role of Coating in Protection

    Muhammad Imran Rashid, Sikander Rafiq, Mahnoor Asif, Ayesha Mobeen
    11-25

    Article ID: 6090    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/nmms.v5i2.6090
    0  (Abstract) 0  (Download)

    Abstract:

    This article explores the effect of weathering on the degradation of wood and rocks and discusses its prevention strategies and safety aspects. Weathering, including natural, enhanced, accelerated, silicates, polymer degradation and erosion is discussed in this article. Rocks weather naturally very slowly and gradually. Minerals weathering and silica-rich layer formation during single-stage and two-stage carbonation like serpentinization of rocks... More

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