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Preparation of Titanium Oxide Photocatalysts Loaded On Activated Carbon and Their Photocatalytic Reactivity for the Degradation of 2-Propanol Diluted in Water

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Titanium oxide catalysts loaded on activated carbon (AC) as an adsorbent support were prepared and used as photocatalysts. The photocatalytic reactivity of these catalysts was investigated for the liquid-phase oxidation of 2-propanol diluted in water, and it was found that photocatalysts having the high adsorption ability for activated carbon and the high crystallinity of the anatase TiO2 phase exhibited efficient photocatalytic reactivity. However, the presence of Cl ions on the activated carbon worked to promote the aggregation of titanium oxide species, and they also promote the formation of a rutile TiO2 phase which was not preferable for the preparation of efficient TiO2/AC photocatalysts.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Applied Chemistry, Osaka Prefecture University, Gakuen-cho, Sakai, Osaka, 599-8531, JAPAN


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