Special Issue "Controlled Growth of Nanomaterials for Low-Carbon Electrocatalysis and Photoelectroatalysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 December 2023 | Viewed by 95
Interests: thin-film deposition; photo- and electro-catalysis; electrochemical and electrochemical sensing
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Special Issue in Catalysts: Advances in Electrocatalysis and Photoelectrocatalysis
Catalysis plays a key role in enabling the transition to a sustainable and carbon-neutral economy. Success in sustainable and carbon-neutral catalysis relies on the development of efficient and robust catalysts, which can be directly grown in a controllable manner and easily integrated into photo- and electro-catalytic devices with eco-friendly and scalable methodologies.
This Special Issue aims to cover the most recent progress and advances in directly grown nanomaterials for the modification and engineering of electrodes to boost the catalytic performance of electrocatalytic and photoelectrocatalytic devices. This includes, but is not limited to, the methods and relevant mechanisms for the growth/deposition of catalytic nanomaterials (e.g., electrodeposition, chemical bath deposition, spray coating), surface characterization techniques, electrocatalytic and photoelectrocatalytic applications (e.g., water splitting, CO2 reduction, and the reforming of organics), and fundamental studies on the mechanisms behind the efficient catalysis by catalytic nanomaterials.
Dr. Chia-Yu Lin
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- controllable growth
- surface characterization