Surface Chemistry of Catalysis
Pollution control has become a topic of global concern as it plays an essential role in human health and ecosystem functions. Separation and purification have been recognized as efficient technologies to remove pollutants from air or water. Catalysis is the fundamental process to perform sufficient separation or purification technology. In addition, the pendant surface chemistry of nanomaterial-based catalysts contributes to purification effectiveness. In consideration of the surface properties and chemistry of nanomaterial-based catalysts, we cordially invite you to contribute to this Topic entitled, “Surface Chemistry of Catalysis”. The major aim of this Topic is to collect recent original and innovative findings and developments on the synthesis and applications of catalysts and/or absorbents (e.g., noble metal nanoparticles, transition metals, and metal oxides).
It is my pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript for this Topic. Prospective authors may consider the diverse applications of the above-mentioned categories of surface chemistry, such as catalysis, adsorption, and energy storage. I hope this Topic will provide readers with a selection of papers that represents the current state of knowledge on fundamentals and applications of purification technology.
Prof. Dr. Bin Xu
Dr. Yu Gong
- molecular kinetic
- surface chemistry
- electron transfer
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