Catalytic Applications of Transition Metals
Transition metal-containing compounds are very interesting and efficient catalysts, used for a wide range of chemical reactions. Accomplishing a high catalytic activity with relatively low metal loading is an outstanding advantage, generating low-cost and environmentally friendlier processes. Generally, catalysts are used as molecular or supported objects. Catalytic processes containing transition metal elements are of growing interest, notably heterogeneous ones, in terms of reuse and recycling. The Special Issue aims to highlight the recent advances in the development of transition metal-containing catalysts, including coordination complexes, polyoxoanions, metal clusters, or nanoparticles, and bulk materials (mesoporous materials, surfaces, etc.). The involvement of these elements in catalytic materials plays a role in the enhancement of catalytic performance. The emphasis is on recent trends, including materials processing (synthesis and characterization) and their catalytic applications, from simple reactions with model substrates to more complex and challenging ones. A mechanistic approach, linking the structure with the activity, would be highly appreciated. It is our pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript to this Special Issue. Full papers, communications, and reviews are all welcome.
Dr. Dominique Agustin
Dr. Jana Pisk
- coordination complexes
- inorganic clusters
- supported catalysts
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