Heterogeneous Catalysis provides a forum to highlight high-quality work across all aspects of heterogeneous catalysis, presenting a balanced mix of fundamental, experimental and technology-oriented work. By publishing rigorously peer-reviewed research, this open-access section inspires and stimulates researchers for significant progress in heterogenous catalysis study.
The Heterogeneous Catalysis section provides a forum to highlight high-quality work across all aspects of heterogeneous catalysis, presenting a balanced mix of fundamental, experimental and technology-oriented work. By publishing rigorously peer-reviewed research, this open-access section inspires and stimulates researchers for significant progress in heterogeneous catalysis study. Articles must show conceptual advances or novel insights into heterogenous catalytic processes or demonstrate a correlation between synthesis, structure and function of heterogeneous catalytic systems. Areas of heterogeneous catalysis section include but are not limited to:
· Novel catalytic materials
· Synthesis strategies for inorganic materials, hybrid materials and macromolecules that can be used as catalysts or their supports
· Catalyst characterisation
· New techniques e.g. micro-spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and physical sorption methods
· Surface reactions
· Kinetics, mechanisms, adsorption, reactivity of metal complexes, or macromolecular structure to catalytic function and processes
· Theoretical and computational studies e.g. of materials and molecules exhibiting catalytic turnover; multi-scale modelling of catalytic processes
The heterogeneous catalysis section considers topical applications of heterogeneous catalysis across organic-synthetic, electrochemical, air pollution control and wastewater treatment. Studies that claim catalyst performance must support this with kinetic data and proper mass balances. Routine environmental monitoring and remediation are not within the scope of this section.
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