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Visible-light-driven photocatalytic behavior of tantalum-oxynitride and nitride

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Tantalum oxynitride (TaON) and tantalum nitride (Ta3N5) are investigated in detail as visible-light-responsive photocatalysts. It is found that TaON and Ta3N5 evolve H2 or O2 via band-gap excitation in the presence of a sacrificial electron donor or acceptor, respectively. These materials exhibit high stability against photo-corrosion under the reaction conditions for H2 and O2 evolution. Structural and physical properties of these photocatalysts were also investigated in detail.

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2007-01-01
2016-12-07

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