Journal of Energy Chemistry
Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry has renamed as Journal of Energy Chemistry starting from 2013During the past two decades, especially in the last decade, under the influence of many factors such as political, economic and social and environmental aspects, the trend of the energy exploration, research and applications has been extensively extended on one side, and are taking place deeply changes in the dramatic ups and downs on the other side. It is again revealed and confirmed that competition and innovation are the driving force for the development of science and technology.
In consideration of this situation, we decide after more than two years of preparation to officially rename the Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry as the Journal of Energy Chemistry from 2013.
The Aims and Scope of Journal of Energy ChemistryThe Journal of Energy Chemistry is an international journal published bimonthly by the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics and the Chengdu Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Elsevier publishes the Journal on ScienceDirect, including the online full text and bibliographic information resource, and take care of the Journals international institutional print subscriptions. The Journal of Energy Chemistry is a publication that mainly reports on creative researches and innovative applications of chemical conversions of fossil energy, electrochemical energy and hydrogen energy, as well as the conversions of biomass and solar energy related with chemical issues to promote academic exchanges in the field of energy chemistry and to accelerate the exploration,research and development of energy science and technologies.
In more detail, the Journal functions as a medium for reporting original research papers dealing with topics in the fields of energy chemistry. It is devoted to up-to-date progress in the following fields all over the world:
Optimized chemical utilization of both conventional and unconventional fossil energies
Research and utilization of hydrogen energy
Conversion and storage of electrochemical energy
Capturing, storage and chemical utilization of CO2
New materials and nanotechnologies related to energy utilization
Chemical conversion of biomasses
Chemical approaches related to photo-catalysis
Types of contributions Four types of manuscripts are acceptable for publication: Articles, Communications, Reviews and Research notes.
Articles are meant for papers reporting the results of completed definite studies. If several closely related manuscripts are being prepared at about the same time, all should be submitted together. Articles with high scientific quality and originality, which are of interest to the wide and diverse readership of the Journal, will be given priority for publication.
Communications are intended for the rapid and timely publication of original research of significance. Communications are short contributions not exceeding three printed pages in length.
Reviews deal with topics of current interest in areas relating to energy chemistry. Rather than an assemblage of detailed information with a complete literature survey, a critically selected treatment of the material is desired. Unsolved problems and possible developments should also be discussed. Review articles are generally written upon invitation by the Chief Editor.
Research notes report valuable results that are timely parts of a phase research work.
We believe that, under the care and support of the readers, authors and scholars, as well as people from all walks of life, the Journal of Energy Chemistry will appear in the field of international academic journals with its unique and acute academic perspective, a wealth of scientific creation and technological innovation information, as well as the new face and style.
Editors-in-Chief: Xinhe Bao , A.T. Bell
Top 10 Cited (articles published in the last five years)
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39 Dey, G.R. Chemical Reduction of CO2 to Different Products during Photo Catalytic Reaction on TiO2 under Diverse Conditions: an Overview Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 16, Issue 3, 2007-09-01, Pages 217-226 25 Nakhaei Pour, A. | Shahri, S.M.K. | Zamani, Y. | Irani, M. | Tehrani, S. Deactivation studies of bifunctional Fe-HZSM5 catalyst in Fischer-Tropsch process Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 17, Issue 3, 2008-09-01, Pages 242-248 25 Prusty, B.K. Sorption of methane and CO2 for enhanced coalbed methane recovery and carbon dioxide sequestration Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 17, Issue 1, 2008-03-01, Pages 29-38 25 Cai, X. | Dong, X. | Lin, W. Effect of CeO2 on the catalytic performance of Ni/Al2O3 for autothermal reforming of methane Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 17, Issue 1, 2008-03-01, Pages 98-102 24 Li, S. | Fan, S. | Wang, J. | Lang, X. | Liang, D. CO2 capture from binary mixture via forming hydrate with the help of tetra-n-butyl ammonium bromide Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 18, Issue 1, 2009-03-01, Pages 15-20 23 Xu, X. | Zhao, X. | Sun, L. | Liu, X. Adsorption separation of carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrogen on Hβ and Na-exchanged β-zeolite Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 17, Issue 4, 2008-12-01, Pages 391-396 22 Lang, X. | Fan, S. | Wang, Y. Intensification of methane and hydrogen storage in clathrate hydrate and future prospect Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 19, Issue 3, 2010-05-01, Pages 203-209 22 He, F. | Wang, H. | Dai, Y. Application of Fe2O3/Al2O3 Composite Particles as Oxygen Carrier of Chemical Looping Combustion Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 16, Issue 2, 2007-06-01, Pages 155-161 22 Wei, Y. | Wang, H. | He, F. | Ao, X. | Zhang, C. CeO2 as the Oxygen Carrier for Partial Oxidation of Methane to Synthesis Gas in Molten Salts: Thermodynamic Analysis and Experimental Investigation Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 16, Issue 1, 2007-03-01, Pages 6-11 21 Liu, Q. | Dong, X. | Mo, X. | Lin, W. Selective catalytic methanation of CO in hydrogen-rich gases over Ni/ZrO2 catalyst Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 17, Issue 3, 2008-09-01, Pages 268-272
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1 Xiaoyu Zhang | Qing Ma | Bibo Cheng | Jun Wang | Jinshan Li | Fude Nie Research on KOH/La-Ba-Al2O3 catalysts for biodiesel production via transesterification from microalgae oil Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 774-779 2 Shengguo Hui | Bo Zhang | Suhua Zhang | Wei Li In situ IR study of dimethyl oxalate hydrogenation to ethylene glycol over Cu/SiO2 catalyst Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 753-758 3 Limiao Shen | Cheng Zhang | Yuan Liu Meso-macroporous Al2O3 supported Ru catalysts for CO preferential oxidation in hydrogen-rich gases Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 653-660 4 Kim-Yang Lee | Wei-Ming Yeoh | Siang-Piao Chai | Abdul Rahman Mohamed Utilization of compressed natural gas for the production of carbon nanotubes Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 620-624 5 Jian Chen | Jinlin Li | Yanxi Zhao | Yuhua Zhang | Jingping Hong Effects of Ru nanoparticle sizes confined in cavities of SBA-16 on the catalytic performance of Fischer-Tropsch synthesis reaction Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 673-679 6 Jianbo Zhang | Lijun Jin | Shengwei Zhu | Haoquan Hu Preparation of mesoporous activated carbons from coal liquefaction residue for methane decomposition Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 759-766 7 Wanjun Guo | Fei Feng | Guohui Song | Jun Xiao | Laihong Shen Simulation and energy performance assessment of CO2 removal from crude synthetic natural gas via physical absorption process Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 633-638 8 Yuebing Xu | Hongtao Ma | Yo Yamamoto | Yoshizo Suzuki | Zhanguo Zhang Comparison of the activities of binder-added and binder-free Mo/HZSM-5 catalysts in methane dehydroaromatization at 1073 K in periodic CH4-H2 switch operation mode Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 729-744 9 Shaojun Xu | Qiang Zhang | Zhaoxuan Feng | Xiaojing Meng | Tongyu Zhao | Chunyi Li | Chaohe Yang | Honghong Shan A high-surface-area silicoaluminophosphate material rich in Brönsted acid sites as a matrix in catalytic cracking Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 685-693 10 Hong Wang | Yuzhen Fang | Yuan Liu | Xue Bai Perovskite LaFeO3 supported bi-metal catalyst for syngas methanation Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2012, Pages 745-752
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