Applied Catalysis B: Environmental welcomes original, novel and high-impact contributions from the following fields: -- Catalytic elimination of environmental pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, sulfur compounds, chlorinated and other organic compounds, and soot emitted from stationary or mobile sources -- Basic understanding of catalysts used in environmental pollution abatement, especially as applied to industrial processes -- All aspects of preparation, characterization, activation, deactivation and regeneration of novel and commercially applicable environmental catalysts -- New catalytic routes and processes for the production of clean energy, such as in hydrogen generation via catalytic fuel processing; and new catalysts and electrocatalysts for fuel cells -- Catalytic reactions in which wastes are converted to useful products -- Clean manufacturing replacing toxic chemicals with environmentally friendly catalysts -- Scientific aspects of photocatalytic processes and basic understanding of photocatalysts as applied to environmental problems -- New catalytic combustion technologies and catalysts

Publisher
Elsevier
Website
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09263373
Impact factor
5.625 (2011)

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