Catalysts, Volume 9, Issue 9 (September 2019) – 86 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Graphene-based nanomaterials possess unique properties that can be applied to environmental remediation. By gas-phase reduction in a stream of hydrogen at enhanced temperature, common graphene oxide can be converted into reduced graphene oxide (rGO), whose properties approach those of graphene. Owing to its incorporation into porous TiO2 layers, a marked increase in the photocatalytic degradation rate of chlorophenols was achieved, even at very low concentrations of rGO. The presence of rGO in the composite photocatalyst led to the increased formation of hydroxyl radicals, which explains the enhancement in photocatalytic performance. View this paper.
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