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International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Science

ICCS 2022

Catalysis and Chemical Science Conference 2022 scheduled for October 03-05, 2022 at Rome, Italy which encompasses the theme "Advanced Research and Techniques on Catalysis and Chemical Science". This gathering will bring together the experts from all over the world and offers the program of Keynote lecture, Plenary Sessions, Poster sessions, Invited Lectures, workshops, symposium. This discussion will give a glimpse into the wonderful world of catalysts, helping to understand the advances of our knowledge and informs the development of sustainable industries, catalysis mechanisms, and its processes.

ICCS 2022 will be a 3 days event that means to gather the Professors, Nano scientists, Engineers, Industry experts, Young Researchers and Delegates from all over the world to explore their research

Solar-powered bio refinery

Solar chemical’ production can be limited by the need for sacrificial reagents, metal-containing catalysts and low product values. Now, H2O2 is generated from H2O and air using lignin as a photocatalyst. Combining lignin with enzymatic catalysis enables selective oxyfunctionalization.

Using solar energy to produce chemicals and fuels, namely artificial photosynthesis, has steadily gained momentum owing to the increasing recognition of global climate change and a need for more sustainable production of chemicals.


3 Oct 2022 @ 09:00 am

5 Oct 2022 @ 05:00 am

Duration: 1 days, 20 hours


United Arab Emirates



Organised by

Iris Scientific Group

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