Malaysian Journal of Catalysis

The biannual Journal of the Malaysian Journal of Catalysis (Malay. J. Catal.) is open access and peer-reviewed research journal published by School of Chemical and Energy Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia supported by Malaysian Catalysis Society (MCS). This journal is a free-processing fee and will be published on January-June and July-December.
The aims and scope of the journal encompasses research articles, original research reports, reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries from fundamental principles to practical applications in the broad field of homogeneous, heterogenous and biocatalysis. 

All manuscript submissions must be made through the journal's online manuscript system at "Submission".

 

Topics of journal (but are not limited to):

1. Catalytic Mechanisms
1-1. Spectroscopic and Visualizing Characterizations
1-2. Surface Chemistry, Reaction Kinetics and Mechanisms
1-3. Molecular Simulation and Theoretical Modeling
1-4. New Concepts for Catalysis

2. Catalytic Materials
2-1. Nanostructured Catalytic Materials
2-2. Micro- and Meso-Porous Catalytic Materials
2-3. Hybrid materials for catalysis
2-4. Novel Design and Synthetic Approaches

3. Catalysis for Energy
3-1. Efficient Utilization of Fossil Sources
3-2. Clean Energy Conversion: Electrocatalysis
3-3. Biomass Conversion
3-4. Photocatalysis for Hydrogen Production

4. Environmental Catalysis
4-1. Automotive Exhaust Cleanup
4-2. Water Pollution Control
4-3. Air Pollution Control
4-4. Updating and Utilization of Wastes

5. Catalysis for Chemical Synthesis
5-1. Green Synthesis
5-2. Petrochemicals
5-3. Fine Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals
5-4. Selective Oxidation & Hydrogenation

6. Cross-Disciplinary
6-1. Integration of Heterogeneous and Homogeneous
6-2. Organic and Biomimetic Catalysis
6-3. Industrial Catalysis
6-4. Other Surface Active Site Phenomena
6-5. Adsorption-Desorption Phenomena
6-6. Active sites Studies
6-7. Others



Recent Articles :

>> Characterization of Ni catalyst supported on α-Al2O3 and SiO2 for Syngas Production via Dry Reforming of Glycerol

>> Characterization of iron-doped mesoporous silica nanoparticles for CO2 methanation

eISSN : 0128-2581
Abbreviation : Malay. J. Catal. 
Imprint : School of Chemical and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering. UTM Johor Bahru

Editor-in-Chief :

 Prof. Dr. Aishah Abdul Jalil 
Catalyst and Catalysis

Editor :

  Prof. Dr. YH Taufiq Yap (UPM)
Catalysis for Energy
  Prof. Dr. A. Zuhairi Abdullah (USM)
Material for Catalysis
 Prof. Dr. Madzlan Aziz (UTM)
Electrochemistry
 Prof. Dr. Zaiton A. Majid (UTM)
Nanomaterial
 Dr. Tuan Amran Tuan Abdullah (UTM)
Nanomaterial for Catalysis
 Dr. Muhammad Arif Abd Aziz (UTM)
Catalyst and Catalysis
 Dr. Rohul Hayat Adnan (UTM)
Nanomaterial for Catalysis

Associate Editor :

 Prof. Dr. Didik Prasetyoko 
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Indonesia
 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Juan Joon Ching
Universiti Malaya
Malaysia 
 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oki Muraza 
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
Saudi Arabia
 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sharif H. Zein
University of Hull
United Kingdom
 Assoc. Prof. Dr. R. Saravanan 
University of Chile
 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bawadi Abdullah
Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Malaysia
 Dr. Dai-Viet N. Vo
Nguyen T Thanh University
Vietnam
 Dr. Herma Dina Setiabudi
Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Malaysia 

 

Dr. O.B. Ayodele 
Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Malaysia
 Dr. Hendrik Oktendy Lintang 
Universitas Ma Chung
Indonesia

Guest Editor:

 

Dr. Shuo Cao
Clariant Corporation (R&D)
USA

 

Editorial Office & Manager :

Dr. Nurfatehah Wahyuny Che Jusoh (UTM)
Dr. Che Rozid Mamat (UTM)
Dr. Teh Lee Peng (UKM)
Dr. Nur Farhana Jaafar (USM)

 

Announcements

 

Special Issue

 

Topic: Novel design and approach to synthesis of high performance nanostructured supported catalysts

This Special issue is devoted to the synthesis design and approach of high performance nanostructured supported catalysts, which improve the activity/selectivity either by modification of support or metal (adding promoter or second metal).  Special emphasis is placed on synthesis approaches and characterization techniques, which could demonstrate the role of support/promoter/second metal in improving activity/selective in the selected reaction. 

Contact Dr. Shuo Cao or Prof. Sugeng for details.

 
Posted: 2017-04-13 More...
 
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