Sailaja S. Sunkari

Banaras Hindu University

Dr. Sailaja S. Sunkari obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Hyderabad, India, in 2003. She was a JSPS postdoctoral fellow (2003–2005) and a JSPS Bridge Fellow (2016) at the Department of Chemistry, University of Tokyo, Japan, and a DST-India Women Scientist (2007–2008) at Banaras Hindu University, India. In 2008, she joined Banaras Hindu University as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, Women\'s College, where she teaches inorganic chemistry to undergraduate students and is pursuing research in the field of hybrid functional materials. Her research interests include the structure-dependent physical properties (luminescence and magnetism) of supramolecular assemblies.

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Current Trends in Magnesium (Mg) Research discusses recent research activities in which magnesium plays a central role, in its several forms as composites, alloys, or compounds. Mg alloys/composites/compounds are widely used in the transportation industry (both air and ground) and medical industry (bone/dental implants) and are being tested for use in the energy sector as alternatives to Li-ion batteries. Chapters address such topics as the role of Mg in diverse fields, the environmental impact of Mg processing technologies, Mg as a biomaterial in aiding the growth of bone tissues, corrosion protection of Mg alloys, the wear behavior of Mg hybrid composites, and synthesis of Mg compounds for practical applications in industry.

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