Special Issue "Advanced Fuel Cells: Design, Synthesis and Photoelectrocatalysts"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 March 2024 | Viewed by 1476
Interests: nanoscale catalysts; fuel cells; redox chemistry; solar energy materials; thin films for nanotechnology and photoelectrocatalytic degradation of pollutants
Interests: fuel cells; electrocatalysis; redox flow batteries; chemical power sources; corrosion
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Special Issue in Catalysts: Nanoparticles in the Catalysis
This Special Issue entitled "Advances in the Field of Advanced Fuel Cells: Design, Synthesis, Photoelectrocatalysts Application" aims to combine a group of articles devoted to the most important areas in the development and synthesis of new catalytic materials for low-temperature fuel cells and photoelectrocatalysis. The design includes theoretical and experimental research targeted at the creation of active sites on catalysts’ surfaces for electro-oxidation reactions as well as catalysts for oxygen reduction. In this Special Issue, attention will be paid both to fundamental and practical approaches to the synthesis of efficient electrocatalysts for fuel cell reactions, including hydrogen oxidation reactions (HOR), methanol oxidation reactions (MOR), ethanol oxidation reactions (EOR), and oxygen reduction reactions (ORR). Effluents of a variety of industries usually contain harmful organic compounds. This Special Issue will include research on the photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants and photo- and photoelectrocatalytic CO2 capture. Works on photoelectrocatalysis for hydrogen production through the decomposition of water are welcome. Particular attention will be paid to the development of new promising methods for the synthesis of active, stable, and selective nanocomposite materials both for fuel cells and for photoelectrochemical processes involving organic substances.
Prof. Dr. Vitali A. Grinberg
Dr. Alexander D. Modestov
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- fuel cells
- hydrogen oxidation reaction
- methanol oxidation reactions
- oxygen reduction reactions
- CO2 capture
- degradation of organic pollutants