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30-11-2022 | Original Paper

Structure-Activity Relationships of Pt-WOx/Al2O3 Prepared with Different W Contents and Pretreatment Conditions for Glycerol Conversion to 1,3-Propanediol

Turning waste glycerol into a fundamental chemical used in the petrochemical industry offers an opportunity to reduce not only waste from biodiesel production but also the consumption of petroleum-based chemicals. In the present work, glycerol was …

Open Access 30-11-2022 | Original Paper

Selective Catalytic Reduction with Hydrogen for Exhaust gas after-treatment of Hydrogen Combustion Engines

In this work, two palladium-based catalysts with either ZSM-5 or Zeolite Y as support material are tested for their performance in selective catalytic reduction of NOx with hydrogen (H2-SCR). The ligh-toff measurements in synthetic exhaust gas …

28-11-2022 | Original Paper

Facile Fabrication of α-Fe2O3/g-C3N4 Z Scheme Heterojunction for Novel Degradation of Residual Tetracycline

The α-Fe2O3/g-C3N4 heterojunction was synthesized using a facile ultrasonic method using alpha hematite (α-Fe2O3) and graphitic carbon nitrite (g-C3N4) as precursors. These samples were characterized by advanced techniques such as SEM, EDX, XRD …

23-11-2022 | Original Paper

Role of Nanozymes in Oral Cancer the Road Ahead

Oral cancer is a result of diverse interactions in the tumor microenvironment (TME), genetic alterations along with associated risk factors such as lifestyle and microbial infections. Various modalities are employed in the diagnosis and …

23-11-2022 | Original Paper

Antibacterial Nanozymes: An Emerging Innovative Approach to Oral Health Management

Nanozymes are becoming more prevalent in nanocatalytic medicine, exhibiting enzyme-like activity with multifunctional nanomaterials. Because of their superior biocompatibility and broad-spectrum antibacterial action, nanozymes are regarded as …

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Composed only of invited articles from leading authors, this journal documents today’s emerging and critical trends in all branches of catalysis. Each themed issue is organized by guest editors in collaboration with the Editors in Chief. Proposals for new topics are welcome and should be submitted directly to the Editors-in-Chief. Uninvited contributions may be sent to Catalysis Letters.

Metadata
Title
Topics in Catalysis
Coverage
Volume 4/1997 - Volume 65/2022
Publisher
Springer US
Electronic ISSN
1572-9028
Print ISSN
1022-5528
Journal ID
11244
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/11244.1572-9028

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