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Recent Advances on Metal Oxide (Nano)Catalysts
Submission Deadline: February 15, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Michalis Konsolakis, PhD
Associate Professor, Industrial, Energy and Environmental Systems Lab (IEESL), School of Production Engineering and Management, Technical University of Crete, GR-73100 Chania, Greece
Research Interests: Heterogeneous catalysis; surface science; materials science; rational design of metal oxides; nanocatalysis; promotion in catalysis; metal-support interactions; CO2 hydrogenation; direct carbon fuel cells; H2 production & Utilization; air pollution control
George Marnellos, PhD
Professor, Energy & Pollution Control Systems Engineering Laboratory (EPSEL), Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Western Macedonia, Bakola & Sialvera, GR-50100, Kozani, Greece
Research Interests: Chemical reaction engineering; heterogeneous catalysis; solid state electrochemistry; hydrocarbons processing; hydrogen and fuel cell technologies; CO2 activation; environmental catalysis; biomass to energy conversion technologies
About This Topic
The present special issue is mainly focused on the recent theoretical and experimental advances in relation to the synthesis, characterization and fine-tuning of metal oxide-based catalysts. In particular, the rational design and development of highly active and cost efficient (nano)composites based on earth-abundant metal oxides, perovskites, spinels, hexaluminates, metal organic frameworks (MOFs), among others, for real-life energy (e.g., CO2 hydrogenation, WGSR, PROX, fuel cells) and environmental (e.g. NOx, N2O, VOCs emissions control, photocatalytic degradation) applications are perfectly matched to this themed issue. Advanced synthetic/characterization studies in conjunction to advanced promotional/modification routes (e.g. alkali promotion, size/shape engineering, surface/interface functionalization, metal-support interactions, etc.) are very welcome. Original research reports, review articles, communications, and perspectives etc. are welcome in all areas pertinent to this topic. All accepted papers will be published totally free of charge.
Metal oxide (nano)catalysts
energy & environmental catalysis
nanosynthesis & characterization
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