Innovative Reduction Processes for Environmental Applications

A special issue of Eng (ISSN 2673-4117). This special issue belongs to the section "Chemical, Civil and Environmental Engineering".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (18 December 2022) | Viewed by 376

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Department of Nanomaterials in Natural Sciences, Institute for Nanomaterials, Advanced Technology and Innovation, Technical University of Liberec, Studentska 1402/2, Liberec 1, Czech Republic
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Dear Colleagues,

Nowadays, reduction processes are used in different fields, from the synthesis of chemicals to the environmental and catalytic sciences, where they are widely used to reduce or at least minimize the concentration of the pollutants in water, air and soil. As an example, advanced reduction processes (ARPs) have attracted interest in the last few years, placing them as an alternative to conventional treatments. However, much research is still needed to allow upscaling of these ARPs. Therefore, contributions from researchers are needed to improve the knowledge and use of ARPs in real applications. Furthermore, reduction processes can be used for the synthesis of many nanostructures. For this, novel and greener strategies can be used. Plasma-based techniques are being increasingly used for nanomaterials synthesis on different supports. In addition, plasma can be utilized for the production of value-added chemicals and fuels. This Special Issue aims to collect the recent progress in innovative reduction processes for contaminant removal and nanomaterial synthesis. Articles on catalytic ammonia synthesis and carbon dioxide reduction, nanostructure synthesis by plasma treatment, and advanced reduction processes for environmental applications are also welcomed. Descriptions of experimental and theoretical studies, including in original research articles, reviews, communications and perspectives, are invited for submissions.

Dr. Stanisław Wacławek
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • ammonia synthesis
  • nanomaterials synthesis
  • advanced reduction processes
  • waste-to-product
  • plasma-based processes

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