photocatalytic


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photocatalytic

(ˌfəʊtəʊˌkætəˈlɪtɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem relating to or obtained by photocatalysis
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Objective: The main goal of this marie sklodowska-curie (msc) application is to develop a new photocatalytic ch bond cf3-diazomethylation of aromatic rings with a new class of hypervalent iodine reagents.
Photocatalytic coatings, on the other hand, allow the decomposition of organic pollutants on the surface of the textiles [4,5].
Modeling and experimental evaluation of a non-isothermal photocatalytic solar reactor: temperature effect on the reaction rate kinetics
Another clean-air product which also appears to be enjoying a suddent rise in sales is photocatalytic paint with the catalytic ingredient mainly being titanium dioxide.
It details the development of various types of photocatalytic semiconductors, including binary, ternary, quaternary, and composite, and their modifications by metallization, sensitization, and doping to enhance their photocatalytic activities.
In the recent years, photocatalytic water treatment has become a promising technology for eliminating organic compounds of low concentrations.
However, it has been observed that the photocatalytic oxidation processes are of low efficiency, and it takes long time and thus results in high cost to purify water or air.
2] catalyst is one of the most studied in photocatalysis due to high photocatalytic activity, low costs, low toxicity and high photochemical stability (Nogueira & Jardim, 1998).
Nanocomposite materials with photocatalytic activities were synthesized in this research.
Abstract In this study, we introduce ultrasound-assisted coating as a simple means of functionalizing nanofibrous membranes for photocatalytic (PC) water filtration.
Zinc oxide (ZnO) has attracted interest due to its photocatalytic ability useful for the degradation of environmental pollutants and is attractive alternative to Ti[O.
2]) have been expected to play an important role in a wide range of fields including environmental pollution control, photocatalyst, and high effect solar cell due to their excellent physicochemical properties such as relatively high photocatalytic activity, thermal and chemical stability, nonphoto corrosive, being nontoxic, being capable of photooxidative destruction of most organic pollutants, and low cost [1-5].