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Sustainable Energy & Fuels Journal Issues 32 Research Articles in December 2019 Edition

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LONDON, England, Dec. 2 -- Sustainable Energy and Fuels, a peer-reviewed journal from the Royal Society of Chemistry that says it features the development of sustainable energy technologies, with a particular emphasis on innovative concepts and approaches, published 32 research articles, including the following topics, in its December 2019 edition:

* Almond shell derived porous carbon for a high-performance anode of microbial fuel cells

* Anaerobic digestion of synthetic food waste-cardboard mixtures in a semi-continuous two-stage system

* Analysis of the effect of catalyst layer thickness on the performance and durability of platinum group metal-free catalysts for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells

* Azadirachta indica leaf-extract-assisted synthesis of CoO-NiO mixed metal oxide for application in a microbial fuel cell as a cathode catalyst

* Binary nickel iron phosphide composites with oxidized surface groups as efficient electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction

* Cellulose-derived flake graphite as positive electrodes for Al-ion batteries

* Enhanced perovskite crystallization by the polyvinylpyrrolidone additive for high efficiency solar cells

* Highly mesoporous Fe and N Co-doped graphitic catalysts prepared from short-time synthesis of precursor towards highly efficient oxygen reduction

* Simple and general approach for in situ synthesis of sulfur-porous carbon composites for lithium-sulfur batteries

* The preparation and mechanistic study of highly effective PtSnRu ternary nanorod catalysts toward the ethanol oxidation reaction

The December 2019 edition of the Sustainable Energy & Fuels Journal can be viewed at https://pubs.rsc.org/en/journals/journalissues/se#!issueid=se003012&type....

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