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- Fundamentals Principle of Photocatalysis
2. Nanomaterials Aspects for Photocatalysis
3. Synthesis Methods of Nanomaterials for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
4. Carbon-Based Materials for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
5. Bismuth Series Photocatalytic Materials for The Treatment of Environmental Pollutants
6. Transition Metal Oxide-Based Materials for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
7. Chalcogenides for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
8. Phosphides and Nitrides for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
9. Rare earth-based nanomaterials for visible light photocatalysis
10. Doped-Ceramics for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
11. Nanocomposites for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
12. Defects in Nanomaterials for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
13. Facets Dependents Nanostructures for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
14. Morphology Dependent Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
15. Green Technology for Environmental Hazard Remediation
16. Degradation of Emergent Pollutants Using Visible-Light Triggered Photocatalysts
17. Agricultural application of visible-light photocatalyst
18. Polymer-Based Materials for Visible Light Photocatalysis
19. Large Scale Materials for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
20. Industrial Problems and Solution towards Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
21. Current status, research gap and future scope for nanomaterials towards Visible-Light-Photocatalysis
Nanostructured Materials for Visible-Light-Photocatalysis describes the various methods of synthesizing different classes of nanostructured materials that are used as photocatalysts for the degradation of organic hazardous dyes under visible light irradiation. The first two chapters include a general introduction, basic principles and mechanisms of nanomaterials for visible-light-photocatalysis. Recent advances in carbon, transition metal oxide, and chalcogenides-based nanostructured materials for visible light photocatalysis are discussed in Chapters 3 to 5. Chapters VI and VII describe the role of sulphides, carbides, nitrides, and rare earth-based nanostructured-based materials over visible-light-photocatalysis. The above chapters also explain the characteristics, synthesis, and fabrication of photocatalysts. The role of doping, composites, defects, different facets, and morphology of nanostructured materials for efficient dye removal under visible-light irradiation, are explained in Chapters VIII to XII. Large-scale production of nanostructured materials, used for industrial scales and their problems, including solutions, are discussed in Chapters XIII and XIV. In the conclusion of the book, the challenges in present photocatalytic research, research gaps, and the future scope of nanostructured materials over environmental hazard remediation under visible-light, as well as solar light harvesting are addressed.
This book presents a valuable reference to researchers that enables them to learn more about designing advanced nanostructured materials for waste water treatment and visible-light irradiation.
- Covers all the recent developments of nanostructured photocatalytic materials
- Provides a clear overview of the mechanism of visible light photocatalysis and the controlled synthesis of nanostructured materials
- Assesses the major challenges of creating visible light photocatalysis systems at the nanoscale
Materials scientists and engineers
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- 1st October 2021
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Arpan Kumar Nayak is an Assistant Professor in the School of Advanced Sciences, at the Vellore Institute of Technology Vellore, India. His research interests are nanostructured materials synthesis for environment and energy applications (present & future), high performance energy storage and/or energy production applications, and photocatalysis.
Assistant Professor, School of Advanced Sciences, Vellore Institute of Technology Vellore, India
Niroj Kumar Sahu is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Nanotechnology Research at the Vellore Institute of Technology, India. His areas of research are as follows: Condensed matter physics, physics and chemistry of nanomaterials; magnetism and magnetic materials; ferrites based nanostructured magnetic materials for magnetic hyperthermia, thermochemo-therapy, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); fabrication, surface functionalization and self-assembly of metallic, oxides and alloy nanostructured materials their application applications in energy storage, removal of environmental hazard and biomedicine.
Associate Professor, Centre for Nanotechnology Research, Vellore Institute of Technology, India
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