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Generation of low-molecular-weight organic compounds in water by titania photocatalyst under UV-Vis light radiation

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We attempted to develop a new type titania photocatalyst that, when activated, responded in not only the ultraviolet rays region but also visible light radiation region by the new titania photocatalyst with the zirconia and nitrogen simultaneously introduced in the titania lattice. The decomposition performance of the standard organic compound in water by this new type titania photocatalyst nanoparticle was compared with the conventional type under both the ultraviolet ray and visible light radiation conditions. It was suggested that the low-molecular-weight organic compounds were also generated from the organic compound in water by the new type titania photocatalyst activities under the visible light radiation.

Affiliations: 1: Ecological Ceramics Group, Materials Research Institute for Sustainable Development, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Chubu, Nagoya, Japan;, Email: watanabe-eco@aist.go.jp; 2: Ecological Ceramics Group, Materials Research Institute for Sustainable Development, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Chubu, Nagoya, Japan

10.1163/156856708784040623
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2017-12-18

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