Green Photo-active Nanomaterials: Sustainable Energy and Environmental Remediation
Green Nanomaterials Preparation: Sustainable Methods and Approaches
Hybrid Molecular–Nanomaterial Assemblies for Water Splitting Catalysis
Hierarchical Nanoheterostructures for Water Splitting
Nanophotocatalysis in Selective Transformations of Lignocellulose-derived Molecules: A Green Approach for the Synthesis of Fuels, Fine Chemicals, and Pharmaceuticals
2 Conversion to Fuels by Novel Green Photocatalytic Materials
Hybrid Inorganic and Organic Assembly System for Photocatalytic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide
Hierarchical Nanoheterostructures: Layered Double Hydroxide-based Photocatalysts
Health and Environmental Aspects of Green Photo-active Nanomaterials
Risk Assessments of Green Photo-active Nanomaterials
Energy Harvesting from Solar Energy Using Nanoscale Pyroelectric Effects
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About this book
Providing up-to-date coverage of green nanomaterials and systems, this book provides comprehensive information on nanostructured materials, including their applications in energy and environmental sciences. The book focusses on photo-active nanostructured materials, from the basic understanding of solar energy activation to their sustainable preparation and applications in environmental remediation and fuel production from biomass and carbon dioxide. It also examines the health and environmental impacts of photo-catalyst nanomaterials. This book is an important reference for researchers and industrial chemists working in the fields of energy and environmental remediation.
Nurxat Nuraje is an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University and a Research Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he leads a research group on solar-driven nanostructured materials for fuel production and environmental remediation.
Ramazan Asmatulu is an Associate Professor at Wichita State University. His research activities are focused on novel materials used for solar cells, batteries, nanocomposite fibres for biosensors, and nanocomposite coatings for protection of materials against corrosion and UV degradation.
Guido Mul is a Professor in the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology at the University of Twente, heading the photocatalytic synthesis group. His research activities are aimed at developing innovative materials and concepts to run photocatalytic reactions with high efficiency.