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Title: Hydrothermal processing of dye-adsorbing one-dimensional hydrogen titanate
Authors: Baiju, K V
Shukla, S
Biju, S
Reddy, M L P
Warrier, K G K
Keywords: Dye-adsorption
Hydrogen titanate
Wet-chemical reactions
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Materials Letters 63(11):923-926;30 Apr 2009
Abstract: One-dimensional hydrogen titanate consisting of mixed nanobelts, nanotubes, and nanorods have been processed via hydrothermal followed by high temperature calcination. The processed products have been characterized via transmission electron microscope, X-ray diffraction. spectrophotometer, spectrofluorometer, and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller surface-area measurement techniques for analyzing their morphology, structure, specific surface-area, band-gap, and photoluminescence. The dye-adsorption (in the dark) and photocatalytic activity (under ultraviolet-radiation exposure) of hydrothermally processed one-dimensional hydrogen titanate have been examined using methylene blue as a model catalytic dye agent. Under the present processing and test conditions, it is demonstrated that one-dimensional hydrogen titanate is a better dye-adsorbent than a photocatalyst due to its higher specific surface-area and relatively lower crystallinity
ISSN: 0167-577X
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