Electrochemical Dispersion Method for TiO2 Nanoparticles Preparation

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Electrochemical dispersion method for producing of TiO2 nanoparticles in anatase form has been proposed. It was found that the ratio between the current density of the anodic and cathodic pulses has an impact on the specific surface area (90–155 m2 g-1) and particles size (≈10-14 nm) of prepared TiO2 powders was but doesn’t impact on the products composition. The electrolyte concentration doesn’t impact on the rate of Ti electrode dispersion as well as TiO2 powders morphology.

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Prof. Irina Kurzina and Dr. Anna Godymchuk

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419-423

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A. Kuriganova et al., "Electrochemical Dispersion Method for TiO2 Nanoparticles Preparation", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 683, pp. 419-423, 2016

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