Green Catalysts for Energy Transformation and Emission Control
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sequestration. Green catalytic processes are also used to produce biofuels and renewable energies. To meet these challenges, an interdisciplinary chemical approach from molecules to materials and processes from homogeneous, heterogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis are needed.
This book addresses the most advanced research topics in the fabrication and application of environmentally friendly catalysts for energy conversion and emission control. The topics that are covered in this book include fabrication and characterization of environmentally benign catalysts, catalytic process for reduction, chemistry and catalysis of particulate and gaseous pollutants, water splitting for hydrogen production.
This book contains 12 peer-reviewed chapters that cover various aspects of green catalysts with main emphasis on energy and depollution of air. After an overview of catalysis that defines green chemistry for synthesis and decontamination of a wide range of pollutants, chapters are dedicated to the approaches and applications used to improve energy security and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, as well as the various derivatives.
2. Evaluation of Hydrothermally Carbonized Hydrochar in Improving Energy Security and Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions
3. Synthesis of Fluorogenic Chemosensors for Hg2+ Detection Using Naphthalimide Derivatives Mengshan Lee, Ya-Chi Jang, Walter Den, and Paiyu Kuo
4. Visible Light-Activated Photocatalytic Effect of Iron-Containing Silicate Glass - A Review
5. Thickness Dependent Photocatalytic Performance of Nanocrystalline TiO2 Thin Films
6. Preparation of ZnO Photocatalyst by Plasma-Enhanced Vapor Deposition and Their Photocatalytic Activity
7. Is Surface Doping or Bulk Doping More Beneficial to the Photocatalytic Activity of TiO2
8. Fabrication of Titanium Dioxide Nanotube Array as a Photocathode for Hydrogen Evolution
9. Efficient Electricity Generation and Degradation of Organic Pollutants in Wastewater Using Ag-BiOI Photoactivated Fuel Cell
10. Iron-Enriched Mineral Oxides: A Class of Sustainable Oxygenation Catalysts for Water Decontamination
11. Degradation of Trichloroethylene and Methylene Blue by a Mixture of Fe0 and y-Fe2O3 --A Review
12. Ferrate(VI): A Green Molecule in Odorous Gas Treatment
Sue-min Chang received her B.S. degree in Chemistry in June 1997 and Ph.D. degree in Atomic Science in November 2004 from National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. After a short-term postdoctoral training, she joined Institute of Environmental Engineering at National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, as an Assistant Professor in August 2005, and has been promoted to Associate Professor since 2010.
Ruey-an Doong received his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering at National Taiwan University, Taiwan after graduation from the National Chung-Hsing University in Taichung, Taiwan. Currently, he is the Dean of College of Nuclear Science and a full professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
Chien-Hou Wu received his B.S. in 1989 and M.S. in 1993 under the supervision of Professor Wann-Yin Lin, both in Chemistry from National Taiwan University, Taiwan. He went on to obtain his Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1999. He then spent one year as a postdoctoral fellow in the Power, Environmental and Energy Research Institute at California Institute of Technology. He joined the faculty of National Tsing Hua University as an
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences in 2000 and became Associate Professor in 2005.