Phase stability and photocatalytic activity of Zr-doped anatase synthesized in miniemulsion.

@article{Schiller2010PhaseSA,
  title={Phase stability and photocatalytic activity of Zr-doped anatase synthesized in miniemulsion.},
  author={Renate Schiller and Clemens K. Weiss and Katharina Landfester},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 40},
  pages={
          405603
        }
}
  • Renate Schiller, Clemens K. Weiss, Katharina Landfester
  • Published in Nanotechnology 2010
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • A series of mesoporous anatase-type TiO(2) doped with zirconium (0-50 mol% Zr) was synthesized by combining the sol-gel process with the inverse miniemulsion technique. Nanoparticles between 100 and 300 nm were directly prepared from acidic precursor solutions of titanium glycolate (EGMT) and zirconium isopropoxide. The miniemulsion technique is a simple and convenient method to synthesize nanoparticles of homogeneous size because the reactions (here hydrolysis and condensation) take place in… CONTINUE READING

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