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A study on deactivation and regeneration of titanium dioxide during photocatalytic degradation of phthalic acid
Photocatalytic degradation of pharmaceutical and pesticide compounds (PPCs) using doped TiO2 nanomaterials: A review
Black TiO2: A review of its properties and conflicting trends
Single-Step Synthesis of Silver-Doped Titanium Dioxide: Influence of Silver on Structural, Textural, and Photocatalytic Properties
The silver-doped titanium dioxide (Ag–TiO2) photocatalysts with varied silver content ranging from 0.75 at % to 3.5 at % were synthesized by a single-step sol–gel method. The role of silver content…
Metal Doped Titanium Dioxide: Synthesis and Effect of Metal Ions on Physico-Chemical and Photocatalytic Properties
Titanium dioxide (Titania; TiO2) is one of the most widely used metal oxide semiconductor in the field of photocatalysis for removal of pollutants. It has been noted that titanium dioxide is a…
Titanium Dioxide Catalyzed Photocatalytic Degradation of Carboxylic Acids from Waste Water: A Review
Among the new oxidation methods in advanced oxidation processes, heterogeneous photocatalysis based on UV/ titanium dioxide is one of the emerging technologies for degrading and totally mineralizing…
Effect of top soil wettability on water evaporation and plant growth.
Comparative study on nano-crystalline titanium dioxide catalyzed photocatalytic degradation of aromatic carboxylic acids in aqueous medium
Recent progress in emerging BiPO4-based photocatalysts: synthesis, properties, modification strategies, and photocatalytic applications
Photocatalytic performance and interaction mechanism of reverse micelle synthesized Cu-TiO2 nanomaterials towards levofloxacin under visible LED light.
- K. S. Varma, A. Shukla, V. Gandhi
- Materials Science, EngineeringPhotochemical & photobiological sciences…
- 28 November 2021
The degradation performance of Cu-TiO2 nanomaterials towards levofloxacin (LFX) antibiotic was investigated under an environmentally benign visible LED light source, where a declining trend was observed in photocatalytic degradation efficiency for higher Cu-doped TiO2 samples due to copper-LFX complex formation.