Special Issue "Role of Materials in Pollutants Measurement"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (7 April 2022) | Viewed by 2230
Interests: sensors; advanced materials; clean energy and environment; pharmaceutical
Interests: oceanography; sensors; artificial intelligence; materials
Interests: CO2 capture; nature gas/biogas purification; sour gas (SO2, NOx, and H2S) removal; VOCs removal; energy storage; chemical sensing
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In the last few decades, there has been an increase in the influence of materials science along with the significance of its role in environmental science. Various types of pollutants have been identified in air, water and soil. The adverse effects of these pollutants on the living world are well known. Materials play a significant role preserving the health of living beings. The adsorption, catalysis, separation, sensing, removal and storage features of materials help to create a healthier environment. More precisely, analytical techniques based on materials or sustainable materials offer usable facts for application in the measurement of pollutants. This Special Issue will mainly focus on the application of materials in the field of adsorption, catalysis, separation, sensing, removal and storage of pollutants. In the pursuit for novel materials, this issue will cover the use of materials in the analysis of pollutants, especially particulate matter (PM) in real samples (air, water and soil) as well as recycling and decontamination processes.
Dr. Pawan Kumar
Dr. Naresh Kumar
Dr. Jin Shang
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- particulate matter
- emerging pollutants
- advanced materials
- adsorption, catalysis, separation, sensing, removal and storage of pollutants
- optical and electrochemical sensing techniques
- recycling and decontamination processes
- real-world sampling and analysis