The effects of firing conditions on the properties of electrophoretically deposited titanium dioxide films on graphite substrates

@article{Hanaor2011TheEO,
  title={The effects of firing conditions on the properties of electrophoretically deposited titanium dioxide films on graphite substrates},
  author={D. Hanaor and M. Michelazzi and J. Chenu and C. Leonelli and C. Sorrell},
  journal={Journal of The European Ceramic Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={2877-2885}
}
Thick anatase films were fabricated on graphite substrates using a method of anodic aqueous electrophoretic-deposition using oxalic acid as a dispersant. Thick films were subsequently fired in air and in nitrogen at a range of temperatures. The morphology and phase composition were assessed and the photocatalytic performance was examined by the inactivation of Escherichia coli in water. It was found that the transformation of anatase to rutile is enhanced by the presence of a graphite substrate… Expand
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