Special Issue "Novel Characterization Tools for Catalysis of Energy-Transition Related Reactions"
A special issue of Physchem (ISSN 2673-7167).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2022) | Viewed by 3193
Society is facing a cohort of energy-transition-related challenges—for example, a shift in the gravity of the world market, increasing urbanization of developing countries, the nanoplastics crisis, electrification, and man-made climate change. These challenges will inevitably change the product slate of the chemical industry and, as such, the requirements of catalysis, which are involved in approximately 90% of all chemical reactions. Breakthrough technologies are needed to shape a new age of not only our energy and materials supplies but also a new age of doing research. Characterization tools with increasingly improved spatial and/or time resolution, the handling and analysis of immense amounts of data, intelligent experimental design, and laboratory automatization and characterization are examples of characterization tools that will aid the design and synthesis of the novel materials and catalysts that are necessary to overcome the variety of challenges that society faces.
Dr. Charlotte Vogt
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