Special Issue "From CO2 to High-Added-Value Products through Carbon-Based Materials"
A special issue of C (ISSN 2311-5629).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2019) | Viewed by 6929
Interests: adsorption of proteins and bioelectrocatalysis; electrochemistry of carbonaceous materials; electrochemical sensors and biosensors; screen printed electrodes; electrochemistry of ionic liquids; nanoporous carbons in fuel cells; electrochemistry in environmental applications
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in C: Smart Carbon Materials in Catalysis
Special Issue in Sensors: Smart Electrochemical Screen-Printed Platforms
Special Issue in Sensors: Nanoparticles-Based Sensors
Special Issue in C: Porous Carbon-Based Electrodes
Academia and industry interests are in search of alternative energy sources that might more efficiently contribute to the mitigation of global warming caused by the increase in greenhouse gases generated by the use of fossil fuels as a predominant energy source. Among the main gases involved in the greenhouse effect, carbon dioxide contributes most to the total greenhouse gases. The valorization of carbon dioxide coming from a plethora of industrial processes has great environmental and industrial impacts, not only for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, but also for the production of chemicals and fuels, as well as the deployment of green industrial processes. Chemical reactions have been exploited for the conversion of carbon dioxide to a wide range of high-added-value products following different approaches; for example, catalysis, electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, and photoelectrocatalysis. In this Special Issue of C—Journal of Carbon Research, we invite authors to submit original communications, full papers, and reviews on consolidate and novel insights and applications of carbon materials for the valorization of carbon dioxide to chemicals and fuels.
Prof. Dr. Jesus Iniesta Valcarcel
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- Carbon catalysts
- Carbon electrocatalysis
- Carbon supported materials in catalyst and electrocatalysts
- Metal-free electrocatalysis
- Carbon Photoelectrocatalysis
- Carbon photocatalysis