Special Issue "Molecular Aspects in Catalytic Materials for Pollution Elimination and Green Chemistry 2.0"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2023 | Viewed by 5031
Interests: perovskite oxides; g-C3N4; porous materials; catalytic selective oxidation/hydrogenation; pollution control
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Environmental issues have attracted great attention given their links to a high quality of life, and the effective removal of environmental pollutants is a great challenge today. Such a challenge includes two topics: one is to remove the pollutants produced post-treatment, and the other is to synthesize chemicals via a green route, avoiding the production of pollutants in the process.
Catalytic technology is an effective way to mitigate some environmental issues, which can facilitate the conversion of pollutants to nontoxic or even useful chemicals. Thus, this Special Issue focuses on resolving such environmental problems via catalysis technology, including thermocatalysis, photocatalysis, electrocatalysis and photoelectrocatalysis, and research works relating to the catalytic removal of pollutants or the catalytic synthesis of chemicals via a green route are welcome.
This Special Issue on “Molecular Aspects in Catalytic Materials for Pollution Elimination and Green Chemistry” covers experimental and theoretical investigations, as well as reviews, perspectives, and viewpoints. All submissions of research articles should involve research at the molecular level as well as verified experiments.
Prof. Dr. Junjiang Zhu
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- pollution removal
- green synthesis
- catalytic technology