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Photocatalytic Hydrogen generation by oxide based nanostructures
PEDRO PIZA RUIZ
ANGELICA SAENZ TREVIZO
PATRICIA AMEZAGA MADRID
VIRGINIA HIDALINA COLLINS MARTINEZ
SION FEDERICO OLIVE MENDEZ
JOSE TRINIDAD HOLGUIN MOMACA
MARIO MIKI YOSHIDA
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Directo water splitting
Oxide based nanostructures were grown by aerosol assisted chemical vapor deposition onto borosilicate glass substrates. Experimental setup and general synthesis conditions were reported elsewhere. Nanostructures were coatings of: Ti oxide, composites of Ti-Fe and Cu-Fe oxides and multilayers of TiOx-FeOx and CuFeOx-SnOx. All nanostructures were covered with a layer of Pt nanoparticles. Microstructure of the samples was analyzed by electron microscopy and x-ray diffraction. Optical properties were also determined in the UV-visible-near IR interval. Photocatalytic generation of Hydrogen was evaluated in a batch reactor under visible light irradiation, using a filtered low vapor pressure Hg lamp of 250 W. Hydrogen evolution was tested every hour by gas chromatography.
2016
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