Themed collection on ‘Solar Fuels and Chemicals: Photocatalytic Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction’ is open for submissions

Our latest themed collection highlighting Solar Fuels and Chemicals: Photocatalytic Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction is guest edited by Profs. Ryu Abe (Kyoto University), Kazunari Domen (The University of Tokyo), Osamu Ishitani (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and Yun Hau Ng (City University of Hong Kong).

This collection aims to showcase the recent advances in the field of photocatalytic water splitting and CO2 reduction, with a focus on solar-driven production of clean fuels and chemicals. The wide range of topics covered include semiconductor materials chemistry, photoelectrochemistry, nanotechnology, co-catalysts with high selectivity, molecular catalyst chemistry, spectroscopy, theoretical study and system design for practical applications. All manuscripts must also fall within the scope of the journal, and meet the journal’s usual quality criteria as outlined on our webpage.

For more information on the collection, which closes for submissions on the 30th November 2023, see our open call for papers.

All articles included in the collection will be made free to access for one month after publication and benefit from promotion via our social media channels.

When you publish with Sustainable Energy & Fuelsyou can:

  • Put your trust in both our rigorous peer review process and fast times to publication – with a medium time to first decision for peer reviewed manuscripts of 28 days
  • Benefit from Open Access publishing options
  • Be confident of the global energy audience for your work

Article publication online and in issues will occur without delay to ensure the timely dissemination of the work. The articles will then be assembled on the RSC Publishing platform and promoted as a web-based thematic collection, to permit readers to consult and download individual contributions from the entire series.

If you’re interested in contributing to this themed collection, submit your research today and please add the themed collection code “SEWATER23” when prompted at submission. If you have any questions about the collection, please do get in touch with the Editorial Office.

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