Special Issue "10th Anniversary of Nanomaterials—Recent Advances in Environmental Nanoscience and Nanotechnology"
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Interests: nanomaterials and nanotechnology; heterogeneous nano-catalysis; environmental catalysis (NOx, N2O; CO, CH4, VOCs, H2S and SO2 emissions control); catalysts’ promotion; electrochemical promotion; surfaces and interfaces; electrochemistry; fuel cells; CO2 utilization; biogas and natural gas valorization
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We are celebrating the 10th anniversary of Nanomaterials with a Special Issue in the Section “Environmental Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” (ISSN 2079-4991; CODEN: NANOKO) in 2020.
On behalf of the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. Shirley Chiang, and of members of the Editorial Office, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our authors and reviewers for their valuable contributions and for ensuring that Nanomaterials is a successful and respected journal in its field. To highlight this anniversary, we will lead a Special Issue that will cover various topics related to Environmental Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. This section aims to host significant advances in the aforementioned areas including, but not limited to:
- Emissions control of mobile and stationary sources: De-(NOx, HCs, VOCs, H2S, CO, soot);
- Greenhouse gas abatement and utilization: CO2 capture and transformation to methane and renewable fuels; N2O abatement; CH4 valorization;
- Waste transformation to added-value products;
- Clean energy production: H2 production and cleaning (CH4, biogas and hydrocarbons reforming, water-gas-shift reaction, preferential CO oxidation reaction, etc.);
- Novel nanostructured electrodes and fuel cell design and applications;
- Photoelectrochemical wastewater treatment;
- Advanced preparation methods and approaches for the rational design and fabrication of nanostructured (up to atomic level) materials, for tailoring and fine-tuning of their critical physicochemical properties and local chemistry and for promoting active sites performance and stability in respect of the above implementations, as well as all aspects of characterization and in-depth understanding structure–activity correlations.
Prof. Dr. Ioannis V. Yentekakis
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