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ISSN: 1748-3387

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Nature Nanotechnology is a journal indexed in SJR in Materials Science (miscellaneous) and Bioengineering with an H index of 316. It has an SJR impact factor of 15,555 and it has a best quartile of Q1.

Nature Nanotechnology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: graphene, ion, biological, quantum, optical, dna, electromobilityinspiration, electron, electronic, materialscomplex, ...

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Best articles

A nanoscale combing technique for the large-scale assembly of highly aligned nanowires

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A natural source of nanowires

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A stable lithium metal interface

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Advanced sorting of single-walled carbon nanotubes by nonlinear density-gradient ultracentrifugation

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An all-in-one nanopore battery array

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An atlas of nano-enabled neural interfaces

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An inorganic-organic proton exchange membrane for fuel cells with a controlled nanoscale pore structure

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Animal models for nickel allergy

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Are assumptions of consumer views impeding nano-based water treatment technologies?

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Asymmetric dyes align inside carbon nanotubes to yield a large nonlinear optical response

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Balancing scientific tensions

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Best practices from nano-risk analysis relevant for other emerging technologies

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Better on MoS2

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Breaking the depth dependency of phototherapy with Cerenkov radiation and low-radiance-responsive nanophotosensitizers

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Broken chains

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Carbon nanotube-assisted optical activation of TGF-beta signalling by near-infrared light

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Chemical-killing clothes

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Cold welding of ultrathin gold nanowires

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Controlled clockwise and anticlockwise rotational switching of a molecular motor

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Dynamic switching of the spin circulation in tapered magnetic nanodisks

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Electric fieldwork

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Electrical control of a solid-state flying qubit

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Electrically controlled DNA adhesion

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Electrifying inks with 2D materials

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