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Catalysts

Science and Technology of Advanced Materials

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Catalyst is a key material for a novel synthesis as it allows to drastically reduce the costs, energy consumption and environmental pollution. This special collection covers a wide variety of heterogeneous catalysts, including photocatalysts and nanostructured catalysts, presented in STAM in the last few years.

Article TitleAuthor
The emergence of Heusler alloy catalystsTakayuki Kojima, Satoshi Kameoka & An-Pang Tsai
Ability of hydrogen storage CeNi5-xGax and Mg2Ni alloys to hydrogenate acetyleneRyota Tsukuda, Ryo Yamagishi, Satoshi Kameoka, Chikashi Nishimura & An-Pang Tsai
Benzyl alcohol oxidation with Pd-Zn/TiO2: computational and experimental studiesEwa Nowicka, Sultan Althahban, Tom D. Leah, Greg Shaw, David Morgan, Christopher J. Kiely, Alberto Roldan & Graham J. Hutchings
Dye-sensitized photocatalyst for effective water splitting catalystMotonori Watanabe
Novel catalytic properties of quadruple perovskitesIkuya Yamada
Hierarchical nanoporous metals as a path toward the ultimate three-dimensional functionalityTakeshi Fujita
Laser synthesized TiO2-based nanoparticles and their efficiency in the photocatalytic degradation of linear carboxylic acidsSarah Bouhadoun et al
Synthesis of core–shell structured FAU/SBA-15 composite molecular sieves and their performance in catalytic cracking of polystyreneJinlong Du et al
Homogeneous and highly controlled deposition of low viscosity inks and application on fully printable perovskite solar cellsSimone M. P. Meroni et al
Mechanistic insights into water adsorption and dissociation on amorphous TiO2-based catalystsKulbir Kaur Ghuman