This newly published articles highlight the effect of light pre-treatment of Pt/TiO2 and how it enhances its catalytic oxidation capacity for formic acid degradation.
Research highlights showcased
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This work highlights the facile one-pot, room temperature synthesis method used to alter the MCM-41 support acidity to control the extent of various side reactions that occur during the CO2 reforming of methane.
Photogenic: Subjected to positive bias and illumination, α-MoO3 demonstrates the capability to generate and store photoexcited charges in its layered structure through the intercalation of alkali cations.
This study reports a thorough investigation on the effects of the commonly-employed microbial growth medium solution on the dissolution and microstructural transformation of zinc oxide thin film, which have important implication on the mechanisti
In this article, we review representative studies on the effects of particle physicochemical characteristics along with the protein profiles in the biological medium on the formation of protein corona and importantly, how the dynamic nature and pr
Continuing from previous work on self-photorechargeability of Tungsten Oxide (WO3) for water splliting, the current work explores the importance of WO3 crystallinty in governing both PEC efficiency and storage capacity of flower structured WO3 el
An ensemble cast: The confinement of ensembles of Au-Pd inside unique mesoporous TiO2 spheres contributes to their superior photocatalytic activity.
Reducing Graphene Oxide on a visible-light BiVO4 photocatalytst for an enhanced photoelectrochemical water splitting
Embedment of anodized p-type Cu2O thin films with CuO nanowires enhanced the PEC stability of the Cu2O photoelectrode