Environmentally Benign Photocatalysts: Applications of Titanium Oxide-based Materials by Masakazu AnpoEnvironmentally Benign Photocatalysts: Applications of Titanium Oxide-based Materials by Masakazu Anpo

Environmentally Benign Photocatalysts: Applications of Titanium Oxide-based Materials

EditorMasakazu Anpo, Prashant V. Kamat

Hardcover | November 11, 2010

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Titanium oxide-based catalysts are especially promising as one of the most stable, non toxic, easily available photofunctional materials known today. Previously, the successful development of second-generation titanium oxide photocatalysts using an advanced metal ion-implantation technique led to reactions that could be induced not only with UV but also visible light. Since then, not only has efficiency been improved but new materials and synthesis methods have also been developed. This book will cover the various approaches in the design of efficient titanium oxide-based photocatalysts by such methods as sol-gel, precipitation, dip-coating, metal implantation and sputtering deposition. It will cover the most recent advances in TiO2 research and their potential applications as well as detailed and fundamental characterization studies on the active sites and mechanisms behind the reactions at the molecular level. The book should serve not only as a text for research into photochemistry and photocatalysis but also to inspire more applications into environmentally-harmonious technologies.
Title:Environmentally Benign Photocatalysts: Applications of Titanium Oxide-based MaterialsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:770 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.1 inPublished:November 11, 2010Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387484418

ISBN - 13:9780387484419

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Table of Contents

Part I.- Introduction.- Chapter 1Introduction.- Part II Synthesis and Characterization Studies of Highly Active Titanium Oxide-based Photocatalysts.- Chapter 2Chemical Methods for the Preparation of Multifunctional Photocatalysts.- Chapter 3 Second Generation Visible-Light-Active Photocatalysts: Preparation, Optical Properties and Consequences of Dopants on the Band Gap Energy of TiO2.- Chapter 4 Preparation of Titanium Oxide-based Powders and Thin Films of High Photocatalytic Activities using Solvothermal Methods.- Chaper 5Preparation of Highly Transparent TiO2-based Thin Film Photocatalysts by an Ion Engineering Method -Ionized Cluster Beam (ICB) Deposition.- Chapter 6 UV Raman Spectroscopic Studies on Titania: Phase Transformation and Significance of Surface Phase in Photocatalysis.- Chapter 7 Photoluminescence Spectroscopic Studies on the TiO2 Photocatalyst.- Chapter 8 Surface Chemistry of TiO2 Photocatalysis and LIF Detection of OH Radicals.- Chapter 9 Local Structures, Excited States, and Photocatalytic Reactivities of "Single-site" Ti-oxide Photocatalysts Constructed within Zeolites or Mesoporous Materials.- Part III Development of Visible Light-responsive Titanium Oxide Photocatalysts.- Chapter 10 Visible-Light-Responsive Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysts.- Chapter 11 Development and Sensitization of N- or S-doped TiO2 Photocatalysts.- Chapter 12 Visible Light-responsive Titanium Oxide Photocatalysts: Preparations based on Chemical Methods.- Chapter 13 Development of Well-defined Visible Light-responsive TiO2 Thin Film Photocatalysts by applying a RF-Magnetron Sputtering Deposition Method.- Part IV Photocatalytic Reactions for Environmentally-Harmonious Applications.- Chapter 14 Photo-assisted Mineralization of the Agrochemical Pesticides Oxamyl and Methomyl and the Herbicides Diphenamid and Asulam.- Chapter 15 Purification of Toxic Compounds in Water and Treatment of Polymeric Materials.- Chapter 16 Development of Highly Active Titanium Oxide Photocatalysts Anchored on Silica Sheets and their Applications for Air Purification Systems.- Chapter 17 Photocatalytic Application of TiO2 for Air Cleaning .- Chapter 18 Photocatalytic Removal of Gas-Phase Elemental Mercury using TiO2.- Chapter 19 Photocatalytic Purification of Benzene in Air.- Chapter 20 The Effect of the Addition of Pt on Gas Phase Photocatalysis over TiO2.- Chapter 21 Photoreactions of Organic Compounds with TiO2 Single Crystal Surfaces.- Part VPhoto-induced Superhydrophilicity for Materials with Self-cleaning Properties.- Chapter 22 Investigation of the Photoinduced Superhydrophilicity of the TiO2 Photocatalyst Surface by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy.- Part VI Photocatalytic Water-splitting for the Evolution of H2 from H2O.- Chapter 23 Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production from Water on Visible Light-Responsive TiO2 Thin Films under Solar Light Irradiation .- Chapter 24 Construction of Solid State Thin Film Solar Cell by Applying Visible-Light-responsive TiO2 Thin Film Materials.- Part VII Photocatalytic Organic Syntheses.- Chapter 25 Photocatalytic Transformation of Sulfur-based Organic Compounds.- Chapter 26 TiO2-based Photocatalysis for Organic Synthesis.- Chapter 27 Photocatalytic Organic Syntheses.- Part VIII Renewable Energy from the Photocatalytic Reduction.- Chapter 28 Renewable Energy from the Photocatalytic Reduction of CO2 with H2O.- Part IX Photofunctionalization.- Chapter 29 Photofunctionalization of TiO2 for Optimal Bone-titanium Integration .- Part IX. Conclusions and Emerging Applications.- Chapter 30 Energing Applications of TiO2 Based Composites.