Special Issue "Hybrid Porous Nanomaterials for Energy and Environment"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2021.
Interests: Gas separation by using membranes and sorbents, Water treatment by using membranes and sorbents, Pore structure characterization, Small angle scattering (SAXS/SANS) in conjunction with adsorption for evaluation the fluid adsorption mechanism, New hybrid porous materials for energy & environment, Nanostructured materials for carbon dioxide capture
Porous materials have applications in a wide range of research and industrial processes. Food industry, agricultural products, biomedical and pharmaceutical technology, wood processing, urban construction, ceramic products, gas separation, filtration processes, drying, and catalysts are just a few examples. The scientific interest has increased in the investigation of the porous nanomaterial properties—especially the properties of hybrid porous nanomaterials. As hybrid nanomaterials contain two or more different components, typically inorganic and organic components which are brought together by specific interactions, the result is the synergistic enhancement of their chemical and functional properties. These new enhanced properties have stirred the interest of both academy and industry towards energy, environment, and health applications. Hybrid nanoporous materials can provide solutions in numerous applications, such as fuel cells, batteries, sensors and bio-sensors, building materials, gas separation and storage processes, catalytic reactions, and water treatment processes, to name a few.
Within this context, this Special Issue entitled “Hybrid Porous Nanomaterials for Energy and Environment” aims to compile relevant contributions exhibiting the potentialities of emerging hybrid porous nanomaterials with potential applications bilaterally in energy and the environment. We particularly welcome experimental and modeling articles, as well as some review articles dealing with the most significant progress in preparation, properties investigation, as well as processes and technologies of hybrid porous nanomaterials.
Dr. Evangelos P. Favvas
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- porous materials
- hybrid materials
- synergetic mechanism
- Metal-organic Frameworks