Greener Catalysis for Environmental Applications
Wacławek, Stanisław (editor)
This reprint is devoted to “greener catalysis for environmental applications”, and primarily covers the catalytic synthesis of value-added chemicals, as well as the catalytic removal of pollutants. The most important topics covered were the conversion of waste to the product, solvent-free conditions as well as toxicity assessment of the reaction products.
Keywordsselectivity tuning; CO2 methanation; reverse water gas shift; photocatalysis; dye; UV; peroxydisulfate; advanced oxidation process; Fischer-Tropsch; jet fuel; gasoline; CoMn; hydrotalcite-like precursors; heterogeneous catalysis; montmorillonite; benzimidazoles; gallium; vanadium; hydrodesulfurization; hydrogenation; synthesis method; catalysis; zero valent iron; de-chlorination; borohydride; sol-gel; ferromagnetic; glycine–nitrate process; copper-based nanoparticles; photocatalysis activity; NP9EO; Fenton degradation; ofloxacin; Fe3O4; zeolite; heterogeneous; ion exchange resins; waste cooking oil; reuse of catalyst; epoxidation; Circular Economy; contaminants of emerging concern; advanced oxidation processes; by-products; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general