Electrochemical Materials for the Future of Society

A special issue of Crystals (ISSN 2073-4352). This special issue belongs to the section "Inorganic Crystalline Materials".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2024 | Viewed by 180

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Lorena School of Engineering, University of São Paulo, Lorena 12602-810, SP, Brazil
Interests: synthesis of carbonaceous materials; active carbon; electrochemical generation of hydrogen peroxide; electrochemical pollution control

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Lorena School of Engineering, University of Sao Paulo, Estrada Municipal do Campinho nº 100, Lorena 12602-810, SP, Brazil
Interests: solid waste; biofuels; new energy sources; chemical processes for new energy
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The evolution of society, consumer goods, and industry is promoting a true revolution in areas such as pollution control, storage, and energy generation through processes that have less impact on the environment. In this context, electrochemical technology plays an important role as it facilitates the removal or control of different classes of pollutants, including emerging pollutants; more efficient energy storage; and new processes for obtaining substances, such as hydrogen, that are emerging as renewable sources of energy for the future. Electrochemical technology may be the key to new processes that are more efficient and less polluting. Still, in order to solve many of society’s problems, materials with electrochemically active and stable properties that allow them to be used in a variety of processes are necessary.

 

This Special Issue encourages the submission of papers in the following areas: simulation of materials with electrochemical applications, new processes or approaches in green synthesis, and new materials with electrochemical applications for different areas, such as pollution control and energy storage. These areas will allow compounds with high added value to be obtained that can be used in materials for electrochemical processes of interest to society and industry. New electrochemical processes or approaches using classical materials are also of interest to this Special Issue, which aims to show how electrochemical materials can help society in sustainable development and solve its main environmental and technological problems.

Dr. Robson Rocha
Prof. Dr. Ana Lúcia Gabas Ferreira
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • simulation of new electrochemical materials
  • new electrochemical materials
  • new electrochemical applications or processes
  • green synthesis of new electrochemical materials
  • materials in electrochemical processes
  • materials for energy storage
  • electrochemical materials in pollution control
  • materials with photo-electroactivity

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