Catalysis: Homogeneous and Heterogeneous
Chemistry has a remarkable ability to transform naturally occurring materials into new materials, with new properties and performances that would not otherwise exist. However, only chemical innovations conducted sustainably can allow progress towards achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Catalysis (both homogeneous and heterogeneous) is a remarkably important tool to aid towards innovation for sustainable development, enabling reactions to be performed with the highest energy saving, in the most efficient, economical, and environmentally responsible way. This Topic is devoted to the fundamental and applied aspects of catalysis, with the aim of providing a comprehensive perspective on the current status of the research field. It is expected that this will help to provide a bridge between the most fundamental knowledge on homo- and heterogeneous catalytic systems and the development of new applications based on this knowledge.
Dr. Maria Luisa Di Gioia
Prof. Dr. Luísa Margarida Martins
Dr. Isidro M. Pastor
- homogeneous catalysis
- heterogeneous catalysis
- catalyst selectivity
- catalyst activity
- catalysis in green chemistry
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