Environmental Electrochemistry

The part of electrochemistry that deals with environmental issues is named environmental electrochemistry. Environmental Electrochemistry includes detection of the pollution in solid, liquid, gas and bio media (electrochemical sensors). – electrochemical remediation of wastewaters, gases and soils, – metal recycling, i.e. selective electrodeposition of metals from metal scraps, – alternative sources of energy, i.e. electrochemical production of hydrogen using renewable energy sources (wind, waves, geothermal etc.) as well as direct conversion of the energy of electrochemical reactions to electricity in fuel cells. 

  • Pollutant Transport
  • Pollutant Analysis
  • Pollutant Treatment
  • Electrochemistry of Inorganic Pollutants
  • Electrochemical Disinfection of Water
  • Electrochemical Reactors for Pollutant Treatment
  • Chemical Recycling
  • Electrochemical Remediation

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2nd International Conference on Pharmaceutical Chemistry

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18th World Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Chromatographic Techniques

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2nd International Conference on Nuclear Chemistry


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4th European Organic Chemistry Congress

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8th European Chemistry Congress

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