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Xi'an Shiyou University

EducationXi'an, China
About: Xi'an Shiyou University is a education organization based out in Xi'an, China. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Catalysis & Corrosion. The organization has 5125 authors who have published 4114 publications receiving 23035 citations.


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TL;DR: This review hopes that this review will provide some inspiration for the future discovery of the single-atom photocatalysts, manifestly stimulating the development in this emerging research area.
Abstract: Single-atom photocatalysts have shown their compelling potential and arguably become the most active research direction in photocatalysis due to their fascinating strengths in enhancing light-harvesting, charge transfer dynamics, and surface reactions of a photocatalytic system. While numerous comprehensions about the single-atom photocatalysts have recently been amassed, advanced characterization techniques and vital theoretical studies are strengthening our understanding on these fascinating materials, allowing us to forecast their working mechanisms and applications in photocatalysis. In this review, we begin by describing the general background and definition of the single-atom photocatalysts. A brief discussion of the metal-support interactions on the single-atom photocatalysts is then provided. Thereafter, the current available characterization techniques for single-atom photocatalysts are summarized. After having some fundamental understanding on the single-atom photocatalysts, their advantages and applications in photocatalysis are discussed. Finally, we end this review with a look into the remaining challenges and future perspectives of single-atom photocatalysts. We anticipate that this review will provide some inspiration for the future discovery of the single-atom photocatalysts, manifestly stimulating the development in this emerging research area.

509 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the hydrophilic modification of poly(ether sulfone) UF membrane was performed by self-assembly of the hydroxyl group of TiO 2 nanoparticle surface and the sulfone group and ether bond in poly(et.al) structure through coordination and hydrogen bond interaction.

385 citations

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01 Jun 2018-Small
TL;DR: MnO2 -carbon composite as supercapacitor electrode materials is reviewed including the synthesis method and research status in recent years, and the challenges and future development directions are summarized.
Abstract: With the serious impact of fossil fuels on the environment and the rapid development of the global economy, the development of clean and usable energy storage devices has become one of the most important themes of sustainable development in the world today. Supercapacitors are a new type of green energy storage device, with high power density, long cycle life, wide temperature range, and both economic and environmental advantages. In many industries, they have enormous application prospects. Electrode materials are an important factor affecting the performance of supercapacitors. MnO2 -based materials are widely investigated for supercapacitors because of their high theoretical capacitance, good chemical stability, low cost, and environmental friendliness. To achieve high specific capacitance and high rate capability, the current best solution is to use MnO2 and carbon composite materials. Herein, MnO2 -carbon composite as supercapacitor electrode materials is reviewed including the synthesis method and research status in recent years. Finally, the challenges and future development directions of an MnO2 -carbon based supercapacitor are summarized.

246 citations

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TL;DR: The construction and identification of highly relevant features from the proposed deep network architecture provide practitioners with a means of understanding the relationships between various tourist demand forecasting factors and tourist arrival volumes.

221 citations

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TL;DR: This article demonstrates how to design catalytically active sites for efficient and highly selective photocatalytic reduction of CO2 by sorting out the rules from the existing research on conventional COx hydrogenation, with a focus on enhancing C[double bond, length as m-dash]O activation and C-C coupling to form value-added products.
Abstract: Solar-driven reduction of CO2 into fuels/feedstocks is a promising strategy for addressing energy and CO2 emission issues. Despite great research efforts, it still remains a grand challenge to achieve efficient and highly selective reduction of CO2 owing to the large bond energy of CO2 and the diversity of reduction products. In addition to the control of light harvesting and charge transfer like photocatalytic water splitting, the design of catalytically active sites is highly important to promote CO2 reduction activity and selectivity (e.g., C-C coupling). In fact, we can learn a lot from conventional CO2 hydrogenation and syngas conversion in terms of active site design. In this article, we demonstrate how to design catalytically active sites for efficient and highly selective photocatalytic reduction of CO2 by sorting out the rules from the existing research on conventional COx hydrogenation, with a focus on enhancing C[double bond, length as m-dash]O activation and C-C coupling to form value-added products. This article aims to highlight the challenges in the field of photocatalytic CO2 conversion and the connection of photocatalysis with conventional catalytic systems, providing the readers the opportunities to join the research.

210 citations


Authors

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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Jie Zhang1784857221720
Jian Li133286387131
Feng Liu95106738478
Hua Li6284917933
Tayfun Babadagli443917405
Yang Liu402125670
Wen Sun371775189
Huayang Zhu361054519
Ihsan S. Al-Aasm341273605
Xunli Zhang321203623
Daoyong Yang311603222
Xueguang Qiao301962981
Jun Lu26822022
Jin Wen25822206
Zhiping Zhang24592222
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202317
202276
2021561
2020578
2019557
2018323