Special Issue "Nano-Materials in Electrocatalyst"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 November 2022) | Viewed by 15523
Renewable energy has been recognized as a clean, nonpolluting, and unlimited energy source that can resolve global warming and environmental pollution problems caused by using fossil fuels. Renewable energy can usually be converted into other forms, such as electricity, for easy use and transportation as well as safe storage. At the time, the conversion efficiency should be increased by using the electrochemical conversion method with a nanostructured electrocatalyst. Therefore, the electrocatalyst should have high activity, long-term stability, reproducibility, and be amenable to mass production by controlling the surface morphology in addition to structural and electronic modification of nanomaterials for commercialization.
This Special Issue will especially focus on the synthesis and analysis of 0D (cluster, single atom, etc.), 1D (nanowire, nanorod, nanotube etc.), 2D (graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, MXene, Xene, etc.), and 3D (nanoparticle, nanoflower, etc.) structured nanomaterials for electrochemical energy conversion systems such as fuel cells, water electrolysis, battery, supercapacitors, electrochemical conversion of CO2 and NH3, electrochemical chlorine evolution reaction etc., including the development of computational material design and identifying reaction mechanisms. Other topics not in the list of specified topics are also welcome if they are related to the theme of the Special Issue.
This Special Issue is open to both original research articles as well as review papers that help researchers worldwide understand the latest trends and progress in the research field encompassing “Nanomaterials in Electrocatalysts”.
Dr. Sung Mook Choi
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- renewable energy
- electrochemical conversion