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ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT FOCUS is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed international research journal consolidating research activities in all experimental and theoretical aspects of energy and environment with an interdisciplinary approach. The research topics include the preparation and characterization of advanced functional materials and their utilization in various energy and environmental applications, to name a few; fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, light emitting diodes, solar cells, optoelectronic devices, thermoelectric, clean energy, bio-fuels and bio-refineries, supercapacitors, hydrogen energy (storage and generation), geothermal energy, nanogenerators, self-powered devices and systems, catalysis, biomass and bioenergy, static and dynamic energy conversion; energy efficiency and management, nuclear energy, fossil fuels, geothermal, wind energy, electrolysis, and photothermal devices, environmental science and technology (environmental chemistry, physics biology and engineering) including climate change, greenhouse gases and global warming, ecology, environmental toxicology, industrial wastewater and sewage treatment, geosciences, atmospheric, terrestrial and aquatic environments, pollution and environmental control, hazardous substances, radioactive contamination, noise pollution, effects of air, water, and soil contaminations on human health, environmental public health policies, soil environmental management and technologies, environmental policies, rules and regulations, conservation of natural resources, and all aspects of theoretical modeling related with energy and environment.

Publisher: American Scientific Publishers

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Volume 2, Number 2, June 2013

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Free Content Hydrogen Storage on Al10Li8 Cluster and Its Assembled Materials
pp. 97-100(4)
Authors: Wu, Yanqi; Pang, Yantao; Chen, Gang; Mizuseki, H.; Kawazoe, Y.

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Free Content Glutathione Coated Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles: A Promising Material for Pesticide Detection
pp. 101-107(7)
Authors: Kumar, Amit; Arora, Sumitra; Mogha, Navin; Al-Deyab, Salem S.; Ansari, Z. A.; Ansari, S. G.

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Free Content Facile Preparation of Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes as Anode for High Performance Lithium Ion Batteries
pp. 108-111(4)
Authors: Yao, Bin; Ding, Zhaojun; Feng, Jinkui; Zhang, Jianxin; Tian, Yun; Yin, Longwei

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Free Content Electrochemical Properties and Electrochromic Behaviors of the Sol–Gel Derived Tungsten Trioxide Thin Films
pp. 112-120(9)
Authors: Wei, Huige; Yan, Xingru; Wang, Qiang; Wu, Shijie; Mao, Yuanbing; Luo, Zhiping; Chen, Haoran; Sun, Luyi; Wei, Suying; Guo, Zhanhu

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Free Content Dehydrogenation Behavior of NbF5, NbCl5, and Nb2O5 Catalyzed NaAlH4
pp. 121-125(5)
Authors: Rather, Sami Ullah; Shim, Jae Hyeok

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Free Content Humidity Sensor Based on Synthesized WO3–SnO2 Nanocomposites
pp. 126-132(7)
Authors: Roy, Akash; Pandey, N. K.; Shakya, Vandana; Kumar, Alok

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Free Content Enhancement of Mass Transfer Rate and Diminution of the Power Consumption of Copper Cementation Using Electromagnetic Field
pp. 133-138(6)
Authors: Fadali, O. A.; Ebrahiem, E. E.; Farrag, T. E.; Mahmoud, M. S.; Obaid, M.; Barakat, A. M. Nasser

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Free Content Kinetics of Dye Destruction Using Electrochemically Synthesized Sunlight Active N-Doped and C and N Co-Doped TiO2 Nanotubular Photocatalysts
pp. 139-148(10)
Authors: Antony, Rajini P.; Mathews, Tom; Johnson, Jobha A.; Krishna, D. Nandagopala; Dash, S.; Tyagi, A. K.

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Free Content Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube/Alumina Composite: Synthesis, Characterization and Its Promising Application for Ammonia Detection
pp. 149-156(8)
Authors: Sharma, Sakshi; Hussain, Shahir; Sengupta, K.; Islam, S. S.

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Free Content NO2 Gas Sensing Properties of In2O3 Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed D. C Magnetron Sputtering Technique
pp. 157-162(6)
Authors: Nisha, R.; Madhusoodanan, K. N.; Karthikeyan, Sreejith; Hill, Arthur E.; Pilkington, Richard D.

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Free Content Rapid Route to CeO2 Nanoparticles from (NH4)2Ce(NO3)6
pp. 168-170(3)
Authors: Chen, Kunfeng; Xue, Dongfeng

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