TiO2-coated mesoporous carbon: conventional vs. microwave-annealing process.

@article{CoromelciPastravanu2014TiO2coatedMC,
  title={TiO2-coated mesoporous carbon: conventional vs. microwave-annealing process.},
  author={Cristina Coromelci-Pastravanu and Maria Ignat and Evelini Popovici and Valeria Harabagiu},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={278},
  pages={
          382-90
        }
}
The study of coating mesoporous carbon materials with titanium oxide nanoparticles is now becoming a promising and challenging area of research. To optimize the use of carbon materials in various applications, it is necessary to attach functional groups or other nanostructures to their surface. The combination of the distinctive properties of mesoporous carbon materials and titanium oxide is expected to be applied in field emission displays, nanoelectronic devices, novel catalysts, and polymer… CONTINUE READING
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