Special Issue "Catalytic Oxidation in Environmental Protection"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2018)
Dr. Eleni Iliopoulou
Laboratory of Environmental Fuels and Hydrocarbons (LEFH), Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute (CPERI), Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), 57001 Thermi, Thessaloniki, Greece
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Interests: catalytic abatement of atmospheric pollutants (CO, NOx, SOx, methane); heterogeneous catalysts synthesis; mesoporous materials; nanostructured metal oxides; zeolites; supported catalysts; structure/activity/selectivity relationships in catalysis; lignocellulosic waste biomass; valorization; biofuels; bio-commodities
Dr. Changsheng Su
Technical Advisor-Principal Technical Leader Cummins Emission Solutions, 301 Jackson Street, Columbus, IN 47201, USA
Interests: Alternative Fuels & Emission; Exhaust Aftertreatment System; Applied Environmental Catalysis; Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR); DOC; DPF; SCR; AMOx; TWC; LNT; Reactor Design; Emission Control Modeling and Simulations; Diesel Particulate Matter Oxidation; Sol-gel processing; Catalyst Processing etc
As is well known, interest in different aspects of environmental catalysis has been steadily growing, in both academic and industrial sectors, and, thus, great efforts have been devoted worldwide to investigate the design, synthesis and application of novel multifunctional materials as oxidation catalysts for the removal of harmful pollutants, aiming to improve air and water quality. The first case refers to a plethora of major air pollutants emitted from various sources, such as CO, VOCs, ozone, particulate matter, other toxic air pollutants (including ammonia, benzene, dioxin, mercury, etc.), and, of course, greenhouse gases, such as methane and nitrous oxide. Concerning the latter case, a large variety of research groups are devoted to the evaluation of new photocatalytic materials and the elimination of contaminants and pathogens in both aqueous and gaseous phases, while other additionally deal with water decontamination by processes, such as catalytic wet peroxide oxidation, Fenton-alike reactions and electrochemical oxidation.
The current Special Issue aspires to compile some of the most recent and forward-looking concepts related with all aspects of catalytic oxidation technology for environmental protection, ranging from design and synthesis, characterization, efficiency and deactivation of novel materials, as well as new pioneering concepts of catalytic processes, reaction kinetics and modelling/simulation of materials and reactions.
Dr. Eleni Iliopoulou
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- Pollution abatement (CO, VOCs, methane, ammonia, soot, etc.)
- photo- and electrocatalysis