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Molecular Mechanisms of Photocatalysis
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2021 (Open) Submit Now
Kaiying Wang, PhD
Professor, Department of Microsystems, University of South-Eastern Norway, Raveien 215, N-3184 Horten, Norway
Tel: +47 31 00 93 17
Research Interests: Micro-fabrication; nanotechnology; electrochemistry; photochemistry; nanodevices; photocatalysis; photoelectrochemistry; CO2 conversion; microfabrication
About This Topic
Photocatalysis is a chemical process assisted by photon-excited substances. In this chemical reaction, the photon-excited substances (so-called photocatalysts) absorb photon energy and converted photon energy into electron-hole pairs, then diffused onto the substance surface to initiate single or multiple chemical reactions, for examples, oxidation, reduction, or polymerization etc. The photon-excited substance and reactants can be co-existed as a homogeneous or heterogeneous phase when the reactions are implemented. Although the photocatalysis is widely existed in the nature as well as used by chemical industry, the fundamental mechanism, experimental techniques, engineering methods and potential applications must be further investigated. Therefore, this special issue, “Molecular Mechanisms of Photocatalysis”, is planning to contribute on current state of the art of photocatalysis ranged from academic knowledge to technical development, including reviews, research papers, and technical development notes. The contributed papers can be focused on the topics as follows:
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