Special Issue "Catalysts and Photocatalysts Based on Mixed Metal Oxides"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2023 | Viewed by 6384
Interests: catalysis; photocatalysis; metal oxides; doping; nano-semiconductors; EPR sprctroscopy
Interests: photocatalysis; self-cleaning; superhydrophilic; antibacterial surfaces; metal and semiconductor particles; nanocristalyne transparent coatings; functional test according to DIN; CEN and ISO
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It is well-known that in many practical applications and in fundamental research metal oxides have an extremely important role in heterogeneous catalysis. During the last two decades, they have also been used as nanostructured semiconductor photocatalysts. Doped and bare mixed oxides are based mainly on titanium dioxide, TiO2, and other transition metal complexes have revealed interesting features as self-cleaning, effective anti-bacterial and detoxicant materials. Every year, hundreds of new original articles and several reviews are published in leading scientific journals.
This Special Issue of Catalysts is dedicated to novel trends in the synthesis, characterization, properties, functional activity, and applications of mixed metal oxides of different types active in catalytic and photocatalytic reactions and processes. In this Special Issue we intend to gather specialists in chemistry, photochemistry, chemical catalysis, as well as photo- and photoelectrocatalysis. The Issue will include both original reports and short focused review papers to stimulate further developments in these fields. Given your innovative work in this area, we are convinced that your contribution is essential for the success of this project. It would also bring attention to the broader catalytic/photocatalytic community to the growing field of novel trends in practical aspects of the area.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Kokorin
Prof. Dr. Detlef W. Bahnemann
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- metal oxides
- physical methods