Guest Editor: Professor Zhimin Liu Institute of Chemistry,
Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Beijing 100190, P. R. China
Research Interests: Catalytic transformation of renewable carbon resources and green catalysis
Professor Zhenyu Sun College of Chemical Engineering,
Beijing University of Chemical Technology,
Beijing 100029, P. R. China
Research Interests: Design and synthesis of nanostructured materials for energy conversion reactions
Special Issue Information Carbon dioxide is a major “greenhouse effect” gas, and is also an abundant, environmentally friendly renewable C
1 resource. Chemical transformation of CO
2 allows its fixation and production of value-added fuels, commodity chemicals, and degradable polymers. Therefore, its utilization has received wide attention and research interest.
2 reduction to produce value-added fuels and chemicals is an effective way for its utilization, which mainly includes the following three aspects. 1) Thermally catalytic hydrogenation of CO
2 to alcohols, acids, and alkanes, has been widely explored; 2) CO
2 reduction powered by electricity or solar energy using water as hydrogen resource, which can address the origin of hydrogen, is a focus of hot topic; 3) CO
2 can also be used to generate fine chemicals via carbonylation and methylation.
In this special issue, we invite researchers from all over the world to report their recent advances on CO
2 reduction. The purpose of this special issue is to provide important scientific understanding and technology guidance for CO
2 transformation to value-added fuels and compounds, and offer new ideas for CO
2 utilization. Manuscripts from different related fields are welcome.
Submission Manuscripts should be submitted online at
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Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts are refereed through a peer-review process. We do not charge any fees from authors.