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Electrocatalysis

Electrocatalysis

Editor-in-Chief: Gregory Jerkiewicz

ISSN: 1868-2529 (print version)
ISSN: 1868-5994 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12678

Editor-in-Chief

Gregory Jerkiewicz Queen's University, Canada

 

Associate Editors

Germano Tremiliosi-Filho University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Ludwig Kibler University of Ulm, Germany

Shigenori Mitsushima Yokohama National University, Japan

 

Editorial Board Members

Radoslav Adzic Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

Plamen Atanassov University of New Mexico, USA

Helmut Baltruschat University of Bonn, Germany

Renata Bilewicz Warsaw University, Poland

Stanko Brankovic University of Houston, USA 

Enrique Brillas University of Barcelona, Spain

Claudine Buess-Herman Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Giuseppe A. Camara Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

Christophe Coutanceau University of Poitiers, France

Angel Cuesta University of Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom  

Alexey Danilov Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Michael Eikerling Simon Fraser University, Canada

K. Andreas Friedrich German Aerospace Center, Germany

Branimir N. Grgur University of Belgrade, Serbia

Daniel Guay INRS, Canada

Enrique Herrero University of Alicante, Spain

Hiroshi Inoue Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

Boniface Kokoh University of Poitiers, France

Petr Krtil, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Anthony Kucernak, Imperial College, United Kingdom

Pawel Kulesza Warsaw University, Poland

Andrei Kulikovsky Institute of Energy and Climate Research, Germany

Jaeyoung Lee Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

Enn Lust University of Tartu, Estonia

Frédéric Maillard   Université de Savoie – Université Joseph Fourier, France

Nenad Markovic Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Maria Elisa Martins INIFTA, Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina

Masatsugu Morimitsu Doshisha University, Japan

Marco Musiani National Research Council, Italy

Konstantin Petrov Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Vijayamohanan K. Pillai Central Electrochemical Research Institute, India

Bruno G. Pollet University of the Western Cape, South Africa

Jan Rossmeisel Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Mauro Coelho Santos Federal University of ABC, Brazil

Thomas J. Schmidt Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

Kazuhiko Shinohara Nissan Motor Company, Japan

Manuel P. Soriaga Texas A&M University, USA

Peter Strasser   Technical University of Berlin, Germany

Wataru Sugimoto Shinsyu University, Japan

Yung-Eun Sung Seoul National University, South Korea

Edson Ticianelli University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

YuYe Tong Georgetown University, USA

Yunny Meas Vong National Council for Science and Technology, Mexico

David Wilkinson University of British Columbia, Canada

Jose Zagal University of Santiago, Chile 

Piotr Zelenay Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Junliang Zhang Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Zhi-You Zhou Xiamen University, China

 

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    Electrocatalysis is cross-disciplinary in nature, and attracts the interest of chemists, physicists, biochemists, surface and materials scientists, and engineers. Electrocatalysis provides the unique international forum solely dedicated to the exchange of novel ideas in electrocatalysis for academic, government, and industrial researchers. Quick publication of new results, concepts, and inventions made involving Electrocatalysis stimulates scientific discoveries and breakthroughs, promotes the scientific and engineering concepts that are critical to the development of novel electrochemical technologies.

    Electrocatalysis publishes original submissions in the form of letters, research papers, review articles, book reviews, and educational papers. Letters are preliminary reports that communicate new and important findings. Regular research papers are complete reports of new results, and their analysis and discussion. Review articles critically and constructively examine development in areas of electrocatalysis that are of broad interest and importance. Educational papers discuss important concepts whose understanding is vital to advances in theoretical and experimental aspects of electrochemical reactions.

    Electrocatalysis invites submissions in subject areas including but not limited to:

    • theoretical and experimental aspects of the mechanisms and kinetics of electrochemical reactions;
    • electrochemical generation of gases;
    • electrochemical reactions in fuel cells;
    • electrosynthesis, organic electrochemistry, and electrocatalytic hydrogenation;
    • electrochemical reactions taking place at matrix-supported electrocatalysts;
    • electrode reactions occurring in electrochemical sensors;
    • electrochemical degradation of pollutants.

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