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Current and Prospective Developments in Nanoparticles (NPs) and Nanoclusters’ (NCs) Catalysis, and Photocatalysis inside Organic Cages
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2024 (Open) Submit Now
Giri Babu Veerakanellore, PhD, Staff Scientist
Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA
Research Interests: Drug discovery; Organic synthesis; Photo-organic chemistry; Nanoparticles; Method developments in heterocyclic chemistry; Medicinal chemistry; Photocatalysis; Photo-isomerization and photodimerization
About This Topic
Nanoparticles (NPs) and nanoclusters (NCs) have unique physical and chemical properties due to their size, shape and material properties. Interestingly, the huge demand of NPs and NCs was created among the scientific research community for their wide range of applications including catalysis. The aim of the special issue focuses on the synthesis, characterization, nanoparticle and nanocluster’ catalysis, the photo- and thermal- catalytic applications of NPs and NCs. The special issue invites the original research papers, review articles, and short essays.
The organic cages (OCs) have a distinctive cavity size and hydrophobic environment, which create the exceptional reacting environment for small organic molecules to react inside the cages in the presence of light and lead to the formation of remarkable products. The primary goal of the special issue focuses on the synthesis and characterization of new organic cages (cyclodextrins, cucurbiturils, octa acids and octa amines), their photoproducts formed inside these OCs, and their photocatalytic applications. We invite original research papers, review articles, and short essays.
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