Universal Journal of Catalysis Science (UJCS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal on catalysts and catalyzed reactions, published biannually online by Universal Wiser Publisher (UWP).
UJCS provides an advance forum for the fundamental science and technological aspects of catalysis.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
· Heterogeneous catalysis
· Homogeneous catalysis
· Biocatalysis, enzymes, enzyme catalysis
· Organocatalysis, catalysis in organic and polymer chemistry
· Nanostructured catalysts
· Catalytic materials
· Kinetics of catalytic reactions
· Computational catalysis
The journal publishes comprehensive research articles, reviews, and short communications, and encourages original and novel papers of general or specialist importance.
Partner Conferences - 14th Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and TechnologyJul 01,2022
Partner Conferences - 10th International Congress on BiocatalysisJun 14,2022
Call for PapersJun 08,2022
Message from the Editor-in-ChiefMay 09,2022
Recruiting Editorial Board Members for UJCS
by Sovann Khan , Veasna Soum
ABSTRACT: H 2 is considered a clean fuel used in Fuel cell technology for electricity generation with zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. The demand for H 2 gas, typically for fuel cell electric vehicles...
by Maryam Takht Ravanchi, Maryam Rahimi Fard, Hadi Moosavi, Saeed Sahebdelfar
ABSTRACT: A series of Pd-HHDMA/Al2O3 catalysts were prepared with various Pd and hexadecyl-2-hydroxyethyldimethylammonium dihydrogen phosphate (HHDMA) amounts by the reduction-deposition method. The...
by Igor Romanskii
ABSTRACT: A theoretical study of the kinetics of the gas-phase reaction СН 3 OH + СН 3 → СН 2 OH + СН 4 (energy calculation level UCCSD (T)/6-311G**//B3LYP/6-31+G**) in the temperature range 2000–10 K was...
by Erol Pehlivan, Şerife Parlayıcı
ABSTRACT: In this review, a variety of planning methods for porous organic materials using different types of biomasses are compiled, and their functions are discussed. Improved pore architectures and...