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“Journal of Photocatalysis” would publish high quality research papers, reviews, and short communications focused on photocatalysis from many different scientific areas including Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Materials Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Nanotechnology and Green Chemistry.
“Journal of Photocatalysis” would accept novel papers in the following fields:
- Preparation and characterization of new photocatalysts.
- Photocatalytic elimination of environmental pollutants in liquid or gas phase.
- Self-cleaning materials.
- Thin films.
- Photocatalytic syntheses of valuable products.
- Photocatalytic hydrogen generation and CO2 reduction.
- Kinetics and mechanistic aspects of photocatalytic reactions.
- Combination of photocatalysis with other technologies, such as membrane technologies and photoelectrocatalysis.
- Engineering aspects of photocatalytic processes.
- Homogeneous photocatalysis.
- Theory, modelling and computational aspects regarding the mechanisms of activation of photocatalysis.
Articles from the Journal
- Catalytic and Photothermo-catalytic Applications of TiO2-CoOx Composites
- Photocatalytic Partial Oxidation of 5-hydroxymethyl-2-furfural Under UV and Natural Solar Irradiation in Aqueous Suspension of K Containing C3N4
- Green Synthesis of ZnO/Dy/NiO Heterostructures for Enhanced Photocatalytic Applications
- The Catalytic Activity of TiO2 Toward a Multicomponent Reaction Depends on its Morphology, Mechanoactivation and Presence of Visible Light
- Upscaling Anodic Synthesis of TiO2 Nanotubes Film as Potential Material for Photoelectrocatalytic Applications: Influence of Electrolyte Overheating and Aging on Nanotube Morphology and Stability
- Modelling and Experimental Investigation of Luminous Coupling in UVLED Driven Optical Fiber Reactors
- 4,4′-Isopropylidenebis(2,6-dibromophenol) Photocatalytic Debromination on Nano- and Micro-Particles Fe3O4 Surface
- Persulfate-mediated Photocatalytic Degradation of Ciprofloxacin in Water Using Ultraviolet Light and Zero-valent Aluminum
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