Special Issue "Heterogeneous Catalysis & Hydrogen Storage"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2018).
Interests: fuel cells; hydrogen storage; Li-air battery; hydrogen production
The worldwide challenges in energy supplies and climate change demand the reduction of fossil fuel consumption. New energy storage or conversion technologies that can improve energy efficiency will play a key role in the near future. This Special Issue will focus on recent advances in catalysis or electrocatalysis during chemical or electrochemical processes for energy storage or conversion. Topics on hydrogen storage and production from fossil fuel and renewable sources are also included. Full papers, communications, perspectives, and mini-reviews are all welcome.
Dr. Di-Jia Liu
Prof. Dr. Jianguo Liu
Manuscript Submission Information
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Electrocatalysts in fuel cells
Electrocatalysts in electrolysis
Catalyst for fuel reforming
Electrocatalysts in Li-O2 battery
Key materials in electrochemical storage and conversion