Latest Catalysis Stories
Photoreactions are driven by light energy and are vital to the synthesis of many natural substances.
The theory of evolution suggests that present-day organisms evolved from earlier life forms.
Researchers have reportedly developed a novel chemical system that uses inexpensive and easy-to-fabricate carbon-based nanofiber materials that could prove promising in the development of synthetic gasoline.
With the help of a new method called "dual-electrode photoelectrochemistry," University of Oregon scientists have provided new insight into how solar water-splitting cells work.
University of Toronto researchers have developed a series of techniques to create a variety of very active iron-based catalysts necessary to produce the alcohols and amines used in the drug and perfume industry.
GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Nanocatalysts markets.
SACHEM experts will be available at the 29th Zeolite Workshops November 27-28th to discuss structure directing agents used for the synthesis of zeolites. Austin,
The Journal of Catalysis is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Elsevier. It was founded in 1962 by JH de Boer and PW Selwood. The current editor-in-chief is JA Lercher. Past editors-in-chief were FS Stone, WK Hall, GL Haller, WN Delgass, and E Iglesia. The journal covers the fields of heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis. The journal covers papers related to: synthesis and catalytic function of novel inorganic solids and complexes; spectroscopic methods for structural...
Catalysis Science & Technology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published on a monthly basis by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The first print issue was published in March 2011, whereas the online issue appeared first in January 2011. Articles featured in this journal are available online free of charge until the end of 2012. Editors-in-chief are Cynthia Friend (Harvard, USA) and Piet van Leeuwen (ICIQ, Spain). The journal features articles from the fields of heterogeneous...
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