Special Issue "Design and Synthesis of Nanostructured Catalysts"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2022 | Viewed by 52
Interests: plasmonic nanophotonics; heterogeneous catalysis; artificial photosynthesis; renewable energy; biofuels; bio-materials
Catalytic studies have been significantly advanced with the emergence of nanotechnology as a key technology of modern times. Nanotechnology has progressed the synthetic techniques to control and maintain uniformity in shape, size, morphology, and composition, which has improved catalytic performances. Nanostructured catalysts of metals, oxides, semiconductors, and other compounds transpired at the interface between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalytic processes and offer high efficiency, better selectivity, great stability, easier recovery, and recycling. The nanostructured catalysts are the focus of this Special Issue, which aims to cover the synthesis of numerous nanostructured catalysts, such as metal oxides (alkali, alkaline, transition metal oxides), photocatalytic nanomaterials, nanofibrous materials, and for application in CO2 conversion, hydrogen production, fuel cells, composite solid rocket propellants, energy storage, medicines, dye, bio-fuel production, water purification, and many other chemical reactions such as electrocatalytic processes, photocatalytic reactions, coupling reactions, hydrogenation, reduction reactions, oxidation reactions, and others.
Dr. Dinesh Kumar
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- plasmonic nanomaterials
- metal nano-oxides
- metal organic frameworks
- semiconductor nanostructures
- surface engineered catalysts
- defect engineering