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Emerging Carbon Materials for Catalysis covers various carbon-based materials with a focus on their utility for catalysis. Each chapter examines the photo and electrocatalytic applications of a material, including hybrid systems composed of carbon materials. The range of chemical reactions that can be catalyzed with each material—as well as the potential drawbacks of each—are discussed. Covering nanostructured systems, as well as other microstructured materials, the book reviews emerging carbon-based structures, including carbon organic frameworks. Written by a global team of experts, this volume is ideal for graduate students and researchers working in organic chemistry, catalysis, nanochemistry, and nanomaterials.
- Introduces novel and emerging carbon materials with utility for photocatalysis and electrocatalysis
- Covers a wide range of photochemical and electrochemical processes that can be catalyzed by carbon-based catalysts
- Addresses the hybrid systems composed of carbon materials for catalysis
- Serves as an ideal reference for graduate students and researchers working in organic chemistry, catalysis, nanochemistry, and nanomaterials.
Graduate students and researchers working in organic chemistry, catalysis, nanochemistry and nanomaterials
1. Pristine, Metal and Heteroatom-Doped Carbon Aerogels and Xerogels For Catalytic and Electrocatalytic Applications
2. Carbon Materials Functionalized with Sulphonic Groups as Acid Catalyst
3. Catalytic Carbon Materials from Biomass
4. Ionic Liquid Derived Carbon for Catalysis
5. Porous Carbons Derived from Metal Organic Framework Template for Catalysis
6. Catalysis by Carbon Spheres
7. New Aspects of Covalent Triazine Frameworks in Heterogeneous Catalysis
8. Graphene for The Electrocatalysts Used for Fuel Cells and Electrolyzes
9. Functional Porous Carbons: Synthetic Strategies and Catalytic Application in Fine Chemical Synthesis
10. Carbon Dots for Catalysis
11. Emerging Carbon Nanostructures in Electrochemical Processes
12. Electrospun Carbon (Nano) Fibers for Catalysis
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st October 2020
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Samahe Sadjadi was born in 1981 in Tehran, Iran. She received her PhD degree in 2009 after doing research in developing novel catalysts in organic chemistry at Azzahra University. She worked as Assessment Senior Expert of Nanotechnology and Green Energy in Hitech Technology and industry center and subsequently appointed as an assistant professor at Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute. She has co-authored several research papers and review articles in refereed journals and edited some books on nanomaterials including Nanoreactors. Her research interest includes catalysis, nanomaterials, and green chemistry.
Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute, Tehran, Iran
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