Archive for the ‘Themed Issue’ Category

Themed issue: Biomimetic approaches to artificial photosynthesis

We are delighted to present the current issue of Energy & Environmental Science as a themed issue on biomimetic approaches to artificial photosynthesis, Guest Edited by Leif Hammarström and Michael R. Wasielewski.

coverThe issue includes a lively mix of reviews, Perspective feature articles, Communications and full papers. Take a look at the great issue today, including:

Review
Spectroscopically characterized intermediates of catalytic H2 formation by [FeFe] hydrogenase models
Stefanie Tschierlei, Sascha Ott and Reiner Lomoth, Energy Environ. Sci., 2011, 4, 2340

Perspective
Artificial photosynthetic systems. Using light and water to provide electrons and protons for the synthesis of a fuel
Christian Herrero, Annamaria Quaranta, Winfried Leibl, A. William Rutherford and Ally Aukauloo, Energy Environ. Sci., 2011, 4, 2353

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Carbon nanostructures: high-profile collection

Energy & Environmental Science is delighted to present the current issue as a high-profile themed issue on Carbon nanostructures, Guest Edited by Professor Nazario Martin, Professor Dirk M. Guldi and Professor Andreas Hirsch.

coverIt showcases some of the great current research in this very significant research area, featuring a collection of Perspectives, Minireviews, short Communications and full papers.

Take a look today!

Minireview
Graphene-based nanomaterials for energy storage
Martin Pumera, Energy Environ. Sci., 2011, 4, 668

Perspective
Underneath the fascinations of carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons
Wei-Tao Zheng and Chang Q Sun, Energy Environ. Sci., 2011, 4, 627

HOT paper
Efficient light harvesting anionic heptamethine cyanine–[60] and [70]fullerene hybrids
Carmen Villegas, Evangelos Krokos, Pierre-Antoine Bouit, Juan Luis Delgado, Dirk M. Guldi and Nazario Martín, Energy Environ. Sci., 2011, 4, 679

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Biofuels research – read for free

Energy & Environmental Science is delighted to publish a collection of high-impact articles covering the most important areas of modern biofuels research, from leading experts in the field.

Read the Biofuels collection for free

The collection features a Perspective article by George Huber, who is a member of the Energy & Environmental Science Editorial Board, alongside other leading biofuel researchers Chris Somerville, José Goldemberg and James Dumesic, who sit on the Advisory Board.

Also included are a selection of Opinion and Analysis articles from the Biofuels themed issue, Guest Edited by Rafael Luque and José Goldemberg.

BiofuelsRead these insightful feature articles for free:

Catalytic routes for the conversion of biomass into liquid hydrocarbon transportation fuels
Juan Carlos Serrano-Ruiz and James A. Dumesic
Energy Environ. Sci.
, 2011, Advance Article DOI: 10.1039/C0EE00436G

Switchgrass as an energy crop for biofuel production: A review of its ligno-cellulosic chemical properties
Kasi David and Arthur J. Ragauskas
Energy Environ. Sci
., 2010, 3, 1182-1190

Algal biofuels: the eternal promise?
Rafael Luque
Energy Environ. Sci
., 2010, 3, 254-257

The critical role of heterogeneous catalysis in lignocellulosic biomass conversion
Yu-Chuan Lin and George W. Huber
Energy Environ. Sci.
, 2009, 2, 68-80

Bioenergy: in search of clarity
Lee R. Lynd
Energy Environ. Sci.
, 2010, 3, 1150-1152

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Free content: Supercapacitors Web Collection

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Web Collection: Supercapacitors

This Collection of reviews and articles, includes contributions from leading scientists like George Chen, Yuri Gogotsi and Rodney Ruoff.

These high quality Energy & Environmental Science articles will be available for free for a month, read the collection now!

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Carbon Nanostructures for Energy – call for papers

We are delighted to announce a high-profile themed issue of Energy & Environmental Science on Carbon Nanostructures for Energy, which will be Guest Edited by Professors Dirk M. Guldi and Andreas Hirsch (University of Erlangen) and Professor Nazario Martin (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

Submit an article today!

Extended submission deadline: 27th September 2010

The first official Impact Factor of Energy & Environmental Science has just been released by ISI, and it’s a huge 8.50! Placing Energy & Environmental Science as the #1 ranked journal in the field. We hope you will be able to contribute to the future success of the journal.

The issue intends to cover the full range of carbon materials associated with the broad field of energy and global environmental issues; including Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes, Graphenes, and other carbon nanostructures. The key aim is to produce an interesting and varied issue which will highlight the state of the art in the field and will give an insight about the future of carbon-based materials as a complementary source of interest for alternative energies.

All articles will be subject to rigorous peer-review according to the journal’s usual standards – if accepted, they well receive great exposure, and will get significant promotion.

Manuscripts can be easily submitted (in any reasonable layout and format) via our online submission system. Please state on your submission that it is intended for this themed issue.

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