Application of the Photocatalytic Chemistry of Titanium Dioxide to Disinfection and the Killing of Cancer Cells

@inproceedings{Blake1999ApplicationOT,
  title={Application of the Photocatalytic Chemistry of Titanium Dioxide to Disinfection and the Killing of Cancer Cells},
  author={Daniel M. Blake and Pin-Ching Maness and Zheng Huang and Edward Wolfrum and Jie Huang and William A. Jacoby},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract This article will review the work that has been published on disinfection and the killing of cancer cells using photocatalytic chemistry with titanium dioxide (TiO2). This is an application of photocatalytic chemistry that has been under active investigation since 1985. Because the nature of the research is such that it brings together disparate disciplines, this review provides background on photocatalytic chemistry, fundamental characteristics of target organisms, potential… CONTINUE READING

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