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Philosophical Magazine Letters

For an Article Collection on

Single Atom Catalysts – From Computational Modelling to Experimental

Manuscript deadline
05 March 2024

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Article collection guest advisor(s)

Mohamed Bououdina, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Single Atom Catalysts – From Computational Modelling to Experimental

Single atom catalysts (SACs) have received tremendous attention in the field of catalysis due to their exceptional catalytic performance and selectivity. The rational design and optimization of SACs require in-depth studies of the reaction mechanisms, structure-activity correlation, and stability. This insight is accomplished through a synergistic combination of computational modeling and experimental techniques.

This planned Article Collection will bring together cutting-edge research on SACs, with an emphasis on the integration of computational modeling and experimental techniques. It will provide a platform for researchers to present their work, share ideas, and advance the research field of SACs.

Topics of Interest:

We invite original research articles, reviews, and perspectives on a broad range of topics related to SACs with an emphasis on the integration of computational modeling and experimental approaches. The following themes are of particular interest:

  1. Experimental synthesis and advanced characterization of SACs.
  2. Computational modeling of SACs.
  3. Reaction mechanisms and structure-activity correlation of SACs.
  4. Applications of SACs in electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, and solid oxide fuels cells.

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