BMC Chemistry is calling for submissions to a Collection exploring the latest findings in visible light photocatalysis.
Visible light photocatalysis has emerged as a powerful tool in chemistry, harnessing solar energy to drive chemical reactions with improved efficiency and selectivity. Such methods can provide a sustainable and environmentally friendly approach to environmental remediation, energy remediation, and organic synthesis. This collection will showcase research applying light-responsive materials to drive photocatalytic processes and highlight the uses such innovations may present.
In support of SDG 12 (Responsible consumption and production), BMC Chemistry has launched this collection which welcomes submissions addressing the following:
• Synthesis and characterization of graphene-based photocatalysts for visible-light-driven reactions
• Photocatalytic solar water splitting for clean hydrogen production
• Band gap engineering and tailoring of graphene-based materials for enhanced photocatalytic activity
• The utilization of alkyls and anions in visible light photocatalysis for organic transformations
• Cross-coupling reactions mediated by graphene-based photocatalysts
• Functionalization strategies for modifying the properties of graphene-based photocatalytic systems
• Surface and interface design of photocatalytic cocatalysts
• Investigating the performance and mechanisms of biochar-supported photocatalysts
• Applications of TiO2-based photocatalytic systems in visible-light-driven reactions
• The design, preparation, and photocatalytic applications of yolk-shell nanostructures
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