Chemistry for a Better Future

Explore our special collection of literature to help tackle global grand challenges & enjoy free access to over 70 articles and chapters until October 16th!


Moving toward a greener and more sustainable future with chemistry!

Springer © SpringerMany chemists around the world are working on research towards a greener and more sustainable future! You are invited to read selected book chapters and articles which are freely accessible through October 16thWaste Reduction, Remediation and Reuse ; Sustainable Energy ; Better Health & Renewable Materials and Feedstocks.  

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Springer is proud to work with researchers around the world to help solve global grand challenges. Why not publish your work with us? Feel free to contact our publishing editors and discuss your publication ideas!

Sustainable Energy

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Chalcogenide Materials for Energy Conversion

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Electrochemical Science for a Sustainable Society

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Nanotechnology for Bioenergy and Biofuel Production

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Solar Light Harvesting with Nanocrystalline Semiconductors

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Nanotechnologies for Environmental Remediation

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Lithium Batteries:
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Nanocarbons for Energy Conversion: Supramolecular Approaches

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Nanocrystals from Oriented-Attachment for Energy Applications

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Nanomaterials for Fuel Cell Catalysis

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Nanomaterials in Advanced Batteries and Supercapacitors

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Nanoscale Technology for Advanced Lithium Batteries

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Solar Energy for Fuels

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