Applied Catalysis B: Environmental
Appl Catal B Environ
Applied Catalysis is divided into two sections, General and Environmental. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental covers the catalytic chemistry of polluting substances.- Catalytic elimination of known environmental hazardous effluents, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, chlorinated and other organic compounds, used catalysts, etc. from stationary or mobile sources in air, water, soil, etc.- Catalytic combustion and catalytically assisted combustion- Basic understanding and characterization of the corresponding catalysts, their activity and selectivity.- Catalytic sensors used in monitoring the environment or industrial or automotive effluents.- Catalytic processes occurring in the environment itself.The journal will accept original letters, reviews, research papers and articles of general interest. Articles of general interest (feature articles) may cover regulations, overviews on strategies for pollution abatement, case studies, general policy for energy and natural resources conservation, global environmental issues, etc.A News Brief section will provide news and views relevant to environmental catalysis, together with meeting reports, project summaries, book reviews, and a calendar of forthcoming events.Since the scope of the Elsevier journals Applied Catalysis and Journal of Molecular Catalysis are complementary, an appropriate choice for submission to either journal could be borderline, in which case the advice of one of the editors should be sought.
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