Photocatalytic Materials & Surfaces for Environmental Cleanup
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters BCI (WoS).
This specialist volume is the sum of the contribution of thirty-four experts, in their respective field of research, from the international scientific community. It covers, in depth, newly-developed photocatalytic materials, photocatalytic surfaces, photocatalytic reactors and their design for the purposes of environmental clean-up applications plus hydrogen generation and storage. It provides up-to-date and detailed coverage of the physics and chemistry of nanomaterials and nano-composites, and the engineering of photocatalytic materials for environmental applications.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: This special topic volume presents 12 invited, peer-reviewed research reports and literature reviews on newly developed photocatalytic materials, surfaces, and reactions for environmental cleanup applications and for generating and storing hydrogen. Among the topics are the contribution of nanotechnology to removing water pollutants, making cement photocatalytic by adding titanium dioxide, the photocatalytic activity of titania doped with transition metal ions for degrading amaranth dye, photocatalytic degradation studies of J-acid under visible light and ultrasonic activation using dye sensitized titanium dioxide, treatment methods for remediating amines, and photocatalysts and photoreactors for treating industrial effluents.