ISSN: 2661-3301 (Online)

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

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  2. The submission format should be in Microsoft Word. Other word processing software may be considered.
  3. DOIs or URLs have been provided wherever possible in the Reference List.
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Vol 3, No 2 (2021)

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Muhammad Imran Rashid

Views - 85  (Abstract)
Abstract:Research progress is required to be enhanced for those storage technologies which store CO2 fast and permanently. However, temporary storage technologies importance cannot be denied to immediately reduce global warming and reduce higher CO2 concentration in the atmosphere. Continuous CO2 storage fac...
Gabriela Pitolli Lyra, Valdemir Santos, Eliria Maria de Jesus Agnolon Pallone, Ruth Herta Goldschmidt Aliaga Kiminami, Bruno Carlos De Santis, João Adriano Rossignolo

Views - 27  (Abstract)
Abstract: The present study investigated the incorporation of sugarcane bagasse ash (SCBA) in red ceramics, sintered in conventional oven and microwave oven, aiming to provide an alternative product, and a sintering process with higher energy efficiency in the production of red ceramics. The raw materials ...
Muhammad Imran Rashid, Muhammad Athar, Izzat Iqbal Cheema, Emad Benhelal

Views - 34  (Abstract)
Abstract:There are many techniques for hazard identification and are divided into shortcut, standard and advanced techniques. Among these, HAZOP and What-If techniques are mostly engaged by practitioners in the chemical process industry. Both of these have certain advantages and limitations, i.e., HAZOP is s...
Zahra Kahrobaee, Mohammad Mazinani, Farzad Kermani, Sahar Mollazadeh

Views - 20  (Abstract)
Abstract: In this study, the effect of the addition of various amounts of ZnO (0, 1, 2, and 3 wt. %) to aluminosilicate bioactive glass (BGs) network (SiO2-Al2O3- P2O5-CaF2-CaO-K2O-Na2O) on the mechanical properties of the fabricated glass ionomer cement (GIC) samples was studied. The GIC samples were fabr...
Shangcong Cheng

Views - 6  (Abstract)
Abstract: The structural model of sodium silicate glass plays a crucial role in understanding the properties and the nature of binary glass and other more complicated silicate glasses. This work proposes a structural model for sodium silicate glass based on the medium-range ordering structure of silica gla...


Salma Mohamed Naga

Views - 8  (Abstract)
Abstract: The importance of implantable biomaterials is growing up in recent days for modern medicine, especially fixation, replacement, and regeneration of load-bearing bones. Through the past several years, metals, ceramics, polymers, and their composites, have been used for the reconstru...



Welcome Prof. Lijian Meng to be the Editor-in-Chief of Non-Metallic Material Science


Prof. Lijian Meng is now appointed as the  Editor-in-Chief of Non-Metallic Material Science,which depends on his high prestige in the field of materials science and years of abundant experience.We believe that under his leadership, our journal can reach a higher level.

Professor Lijian Meng received his Ph. D. in 1994 from University of Minho, Portugal. He worked Department of Physics, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal, as assistant professor (1994-1998), as associate professor (1998-2010) and as qualified full professor (2010-now). He also worked in the physics center of University of Minho as a researcher since 2005. His research interests are fabrication and characterization of semiconductor thin films.

Posted: July 16,2020
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