Become a Reviewer | Journal of Photocatalysis

 

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.

The Journal Journal of Photocatalysis is interested in appointing active Reviewer on the Journal’s Board. If you are working in the related field as of the journal and are interested in becoming an Reviewer, please send us your CV and a list of publications. If, however, the scope of the journal is not directly related to your field, you can recommend suitable colleagues for the same, and, if possible, send their CV along with their list of publications. Mention in the subject line, the field of interest and send your CV at: hermain@benthamscience.net and CC: faizan@benthamscience.net

 

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Become an Editorial Board Member (EBM) | Journal of Photocatalysis

 

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.

 

The Journal Journal of Photocatalysis is interested in appointing active Editorial Board Member  on the Journal’s Board. If you are working in the related field as of the journal and are interested in becoming an Editorial Board Member, please send us your CV and a list of publications. If, however, the scope of the journal is not directly related to your field, you can recommend suitable colleagues for the same, and, if possible, send their CV along with their list of publications. Mention in the subject line, the field of interest and send your CV at: hermain@benthamscience.net and CC: faizan@benthamscience.net

 

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Editor’s Choice, From Our Very Own “The Open Transport Phenomena Journal”

Our EIC of The Open Transport Phenomena Journal, has recommended the following article:

ISSN: 1877-7295
Volume 5, 2013
A Theoretical Investigation on Thermal Entrance Region Heat Transfer in a Conduit Filled with Nanofluids
W. Li Pp

Abstract:
A theoretical analysis has been made to explore thermal entrance region heat transfer in nanofluids. The numerical model used in this paper is based on the Buongiorno model for convective heat transfer in nanofluids with modifications to fully account for the effects of nanoparticles volume fraction distributions on the continuity, momentum and energy equations. Numerical investigations have been conducted for developing laminar forced convection flows in a circular tube subject to a uniform wall heat flux. From the results, it has been concluded that, for certain cases of aluminawater nanofluids and titania-water nanofluids, in most entrance region, anomalous heat transfer enhancement (that exceeding the rate expected from the increase in thermal conductivity) is possible, whereas, close to the edge of the entrance, no anomalous heat transfer enhancement is observed.

For details, please visit: http://benthamscience.com/open/totpj/index.htm

Editor’s Pick, From Bentham Science Open Astronomy Journal

One of the highly #recommended #article by our Editor in Chief, of the Open Astronomy Journal, is:

Gravity of Rµv = 0 : A New #Paradigm in GR1
Ram Gopal Vishwakarma

#Theory of general relativity (GR) has been scrutinized by experts for almost a century and describes accurately all gravitational phenomena ranging from the solar system to the universe. However, this success is achieved provided one admits three completely independent new components in the energy-stress tensor Tµv-inflaton, dark matter and dark energy, which though do not have any non-gravitational or laboratory evidence and have remained generally speculative. Moreover, the dark energy poses a serious confrontation between fundamental physics and cosmology.

The present situation reminds us of Einstein’s `biggest blunder’ when he forced his theory to predict a static universe, perhaps guided by his religious conviction that the universe must be eternal and unchanging. It seems that we are making a similar blunder by forcing Tµv into the field equations while the observations indicate that it is not needed. We seem to have a deeprooted conviction that the spacetime will remain empty unless we fill it by the energy-stress tensor. However, we have been ignoring numerous evidences earnestly indicating otherwise.

From a critical analysis of the present situation, we develop an entirely new insight about the source of curvature in equations Rµv which, though may appear orthogonal to the usual understanding, is in striking agreement with all known phenomena in GR. Moreover, it answers some hitherto unexplained puzzles and circumvents some long-standing problems of the standard paradigm.

For details, click on:http://www.benthamscience.com/open/toaaj/openaccess2.htm

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