Special Issue "Design and Synthesis of Nanostructured Materials for Catalytic Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2021) | Viewed by 17076
Interests: nanoporous materials; zeolites; metal oxides; metal nanoparticles; metal-organic framework; C1 chemistry; CO2 conversion; H2 production; heterogeneous catalysis
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Special Issue in Catalysts: State-of-the-Art Nanostructured Catalysts in Asia
Nanostructured materials have been attracting a great deal of attention in chemical industries due to their fascinating features, which originate from the nano effect. The development of nanotechnology in recent decades has enabled the design and systematic synthesis of various nanostructured materials, which have afforded new opportunities in many applications, including catalysis, electronics, optics, mechanics, the environment, energies, automobiles, and even healthcare. Nanostructured materials outperform their classical bulk-structured competitors by virtue of their unique chemical, physical, electrical, and mechanical characteristics, and their outstanding tunability. The catalytic opportunities for nanostructured materials are the focus of this Special Issue, which aims to cover the design of various nanostructured materials, such as metal nanoparticles, nanoporous crystals (i.e., metal oxides, zeolites, and metal–organic frameworks), and nanoporous carbons, for application in heterogeneous catalysis to control chemical reactions. We welcome the submission of communications, original research papers, and reviews on the following, or related, topics:
- developments in the design and synthesis of nanostructured catalytic materials;
- control of the size, shape, and components of metal nanoparticles for catalytic applications;
- synthesis of crystalline nanoporous materials;
- nanostructured materials for heterogeneous catalysis, including thermochemical, electrochemical, and photochemical reactions; and
- theoretical studies on the design of nanostructured materials and prediction of their abilities.
Prof. Dr. Kyungsu Na
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- metal nanoparticles
- nanoporous metal oxides
- metal–organic frameworks
- nanoporous carbons
- heterogeneous catalysts.