Catalytic Nanomaterials: Energy and Environment

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May 2023
192 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7705-0 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7704-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Catalytic Nanomaterials: Energy and Environment that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Medicine & Pharmacology

This special issue focuses on energy and the environment, including the latest research results and prospects. The special issue contains eleven original articles and two review articles. Most of the works focused on the synthesis and related mechanisms of photocatalytic nanomaterials. Photocatalysis technology has great potential to solve energy shortages and environmental pollution. Improving the sunlight utilization efficiency and catalytic activity of photocatalytic nanomaterials is the key problem that restricts the large-scale application of photocatalytic technology. This special issue details the internal mechanism of enhancing photocatalytic activity from element doping, constructing composite heterogeneous structures, introducing organic photosensitive materials, morphology control, and so on. These contributions provide various approaches to designing and establishing efficient photocatalytic nanomaterials.

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Bi2W2O9; Bi2Mo2O9; modified structure; visible light; photocatalysis; ZnO; Co-doped; flower-like; photocatalytic properties; chemical method; hydrogen production; photosensitization; Sn(IV)-porphyrin; Nafion; photocatalyst; photothermal conversion; graphitic carbon nitride; oxygen vacancy; manganese oxide; formaldehyde; metal–organic frameworks (MOFs); organic linkers; ammonia; adsorption capacity; manure composting; two-dimensional black phosphorus; preparation; surface modification; lithium-ion battery applications; metal–organic frameworks (MOFs); unsaturated metal sites; ammonia; adsorption capacity; absorption mechanisms; photocatalytic; Bi2O2CO3; g-C3N4; Z-scheme heterojunction; g-C3N4; g-C3N4/ZnO; electron beam irradiation; photocatalytic performance; visible-light photocatalysis; Co-doped TiO2; one-pot impregnation; tetracycline hydrochloride degradation; biotemplate; antibacterial effect; antifouling effect; CuOx/Ag/P25; photoelectrochemical cathodic protection; bifunctional coatings; g-C3N4; C3N3S3; band diagrams; oxygen reduction; sonocatalysis; sonoluminescence; photocatalysis; organic dye; sonophotocatalysis; synergistic mechanism; n/a