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UV irradiation of an ethanolic sol of TiO2 nanoparticles produces a trapped Ti(III) centre and a noticeable Burstein shift. Direct evidence that the accumulated charges can drive the otherwise forbidden reduction of As(V) by conduction band electrons is presented.
Heterogeneous photocatalytic reduction of As(V) and As(III) at different concentrations over TiO(2) under UV light in deoxygenated aqueous suspensions is described. For the first time, As(0) was unambiguously identified together with arsine (AsH(3)) as reaction products. As(V) reduction requires the presence of an electron donor (methanol in the present… (More)
The dynamics of the transfer of electrons stored in TiO2 nanoparticles to As(III) , As(V) , and uranyl nitrate in water was investigated by using the stopped-flow technique. Suspensions of TiO2 nanoparticles with stored trapped electrons (etrap (-) ) were mixed with solutions of acceptor species to evaluate the reactivity by following the temporal evolution… (More)