Call for papers: Interfacial Phenomena in (De)hydrogenation Reactions

Themed Collection: Interfacial Phenomena in (De)hydrogenation Reactions
Guest Editors: Professor Jinlong Gong (Tianjin University), Professor Zhihong Nie (University of Maryland) and Professor Xinbin Ma (Tianjin University)

PCCP is pleased to announce a high profile online themed collection on Interfacial Phenomena in (De)hydrogenation Reactions. It is our pleasure to invite you to submit to this themed collection.

All accepted papers will be published both online and in print and featured as part of a themed collection on the PCCP website, highlighting work from this fast-developing field to the community.

Deadline for Submissions: 31 January 2013

In recent years numerous exciting developments on catalytic (de)hydrogenation have emerged specifically aimed at understanding the nature of active sites of heterogeneous catalysts and at rational design of novel catalytic materials. The intent of the special themed collection is to highlight recent advances in catalytic (de)hydrogenation reactions on solid surfaces. A particular emphasis is placed on the understanding of the interfacial phenomena of adsorbents with well established solid surfaces with the help of advanced characterization tools and theoretical modeling.

Topics covered by this themed collection include:

  • Microscopy techniques for interfacial reactions of (de)hydrogenation
  • In situ/Operando characterizations of (de)hydrogenation reactions
  • Kinetics
  • Nanotechnology for functionalizing catalytic materials
  • Interfacial understanding of water splitting

Submission details:

  •  Manuscripts can be submitted in any reasonable format using our online submissions service
  • Submissions should be high quality manuscripts of original, unpublished research
  • Communications and full papers can be submitted for consideration, which will be subject to rigorous peer review
  • Please indicate upon submission that your manuscript is intended for this themed issue
  • Further information can be found in our author guidelines 

Submit your paper to this themed issue

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