Non-Metallic Material Science publishes original research papers, reviews, and notes that offers professional review and publication to freely disseminate research findings mainly in the areas of Polymeric Materials, Composites and Hybrid Materials, Inorganic and Carbon-based Materials. The Journal focuses on innovations of research methods at all stages and is committed to providing theoretical and practical experience for all those who are involved in these fields.

Non-Metallic Material Science aims to discover innovative methods, theories and studies in its field by publishing original articles, case studies and comprehensive reviews.

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

  • Polymeric Materials
  • Composites, Multi-component Materials and Hybrid Structures
  • Inorganic and Carbon-based Materials
  • Ceramics
  • Dental Materials
  • Semiconductor Materials
  • Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing of Non-Metallic Materials
  • Engineering Applications and Recycling of Non-Metallic Materials
  • Modeling of Material Properties

Vol. 5 , Iss. 1 (April 2023): In Progress


  • High Energy X-Ray Dosimetry Using (ZnO)0.2(TeO2)0.8 Thin Filmbased Real-time X-Ray Sensor

    M. M. Idris, I. O. Olarinoye, M. T. Kolo, S. O. Ibrahim, J. K. Audu

    Article ID: 5369
    35  (Abstract) 8  (Download)

    This study reports the dosimetric response of a (ZnO)0.2(TeO2)0.8 thin film sensor irradiated with high-energy X-ray radiation at various doses. The spray pyrolysis method was used for the film deposition on soda-lime glass substrate using zinc acetate dehydrate and tellurium dioxide powder as the starting precursors. The structural and morphological properties of the film were...


  • Editorial on Emerging Trends in Polymeric Materials Research and Applications

    Muhammad Imran Rashid

    Article ID: 5328
    23  (Abstract) 9  (Download)

    Polymeric materials especially nanocomposites (Graphene, MXene based) are widely used in food, electronics, biomedical, batteries, energy storage, fuel cells, wastewater treatment, and automotive. Nanocomposites are stronger, lighter, and stiffer and can improve properties such as mechanical strength, electrical conductivity, thermal stability, flame retardancy, surface appearance, optical clarity and chemical resistance. Current research is focusing...

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