Special Issue "Advances in Electrocatalysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2017)
Prof. Dr. Luísa Margarida Martins
1. ISEL—Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Rua Conselheiro Emídio Navarro 1, 1959-007 Lisboa, Portugal
2. Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis (CCC), CQE—Centro de Química Estrutural, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1049-001 Lisboa, Portugal
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Interests: coordination and sustainable chemistry; homogeneous and supported catalysis; nanomaterials and nanocatalysis; electrochemistry
Electrocatalysis, a type of catalysis that results in the modification of the rate of an electrochemical reaction occurring on an electrode surface, is an indispensable working resource for electrochemists, chemical engineers, biochemical, surface, and materials scientists.
This special field of Electrochemistry has gained notable growth, mainly driven from the urgent need for advanced catalytic materials in electrochemical energy technologies. Progress in this, and other, areas continues to be of primary relevance for the development of highly-efficient and environmentally-benign industrial electrochemical processes.
This Special Issue is aimed at covering emerging and promising strategies for the development of sustainable electrocatalytic processes, focusing on aspects that drive present and future research. Authors with expertise in this topic are cordially invited to submit their manuscripts to Catalysts. Significant full papers and review articles are welcome.
Professor Luísa Margarida Martins
22nd Meeting of the Portuguese Society of Electrochemistry (XXII SPE MEETING)
19–22 June 2017
Ponta Delgada, Azores
- Electrocatalysis for Energy
- Electrocatalytic (Nano)Materials
- Electrocatalytic Techniques and Methodologies
- Electrooxidation of Small Organic Molecules
- Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
- Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction
- Hydrogen Storage
- Oxygen Evolution Reaction
- Oxygen Reduction Reaction
- Nanotechnology in Electrocatalysis
- Synthetic Electrocatalysis
- Water-based Electrochemical Devices
- Water Management