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Photocatalytic Reactions of Divalent Lead Ions in Uv-Irradiated Titania Suspensions

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The photocatalytic reaction pathways undergone by Pb(II) ions in UV-irradiated TiO2 suspensions are described. It is shown that these species can participate in both electron-mediated (reductive) as well as hole-mediated (oxidative) photoreaction pathways depending on platinization of the TiO2 surface, the ambient atmosphere (whether O2 or N2), and the presence of co-added organic substrates such as aliphatic alcohols. Even the counterions for Pb(II), namely nitrate, can play an important role in the reductive reaction pathway.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas 76019-0065, USA

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2017-08-18

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