photocatalysis


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photocatalysis

(ˌfəʊtəʊkəˈtælɪsɪs)
n, pl -ses (-siːz)
(Chemistry) the alteration of the rate of a chemical reaction by light or other electromagnetic radiation

photocatalysis

The speeding up or slowing of a chemical reaction by light.
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They introduce the photocatalysis of absorbents for the special pollutants; liquid propellant protection fabrics; the preparation, function, and modification of electromagnetic shielding fabrics and other materials; electromagnetic stealth materials; and application in national defense environment protection, electromagnetic wave absorbing materials, and protective materials.
As experimental conditions of photocatalysis measurements differ, the purpose of this research is to compare photocatalytic activity of various Ti[O.
Heterogeneous photocatalysis is an advanced oxidation technology that consists of the absorption of radiant energy by a light-sensitive broadband semiconductor (1).
Solar driven photo-Fenton and TiO2 photocatalysis pilot plant###Methomyl (50 mg L-1)
2] pigments can reduce photocatalysis to a great extent, thereby turning the pigment into an efficient UV protecting agent without the negative photocatalysis effects.
The method was also used to determine the major byproducts of TC degradation using photocatalysis.
State of the art and perspectives on materials and applications of photocatalysis over TiO2.
The development of new vinasse treatment methods became necessary and the heterogeneous photocatalysis, an advanced oxidation process (AOP), is an interesting option (Santana & Fernandes-Machado, 2008; Brites, Santana, & Fernandes-Machado, 2011).
Photocatalysis, "a chemical reaction that involves the absorption of light by nanoparticles" was found to breakdown the naphthenic acids that contaminate wastewater, the removal of which is one of the largest environmental challenges in Canada according to Tim Leshuk, lead author of the study.
Hoffmann, MR, Martin, ST, Choi, W, Bahnemann, DW, "Environmental Applications of Semiconductor Photocatalysis.
ZnO is an ideal catalyst in photocatalysis since it is nontoxic with holes of strong oxidising power and being inexpensive (Peng et al.
Titanium (iv) oxide has become one of the important materials in several different fields including medicine, dentistry, photocatalysis etc (Tilocca and Selloni, 2003; 2004a; 2004b.