Synthesis and visible light photocatalytic activity of transition metal oxide (V2O5) loading on TiO2 via a chemical vapor condensation method
- Synthesis and visible light photocatalytic activity of transition metal oxide (V2O5) loading on TiO2 via a chemical vapor condensation method
- 진성민; 박은석; 김민수; 배귀남; 정종수
- photocatalytic; nano; V2O5; Transition metal oxides; chemical vapor condensation method; Vanadium; visible light; Methylene blue; catalyst; Photocatalyst
- Issue Date
- Materials letters
- VOL 75, 57-60
- TiO2 nanoparticles that were synthesized using a chemical vapor condensation (CVC) method were loaded on
transition metal oxides (V2O5) using the impregnation method followed by thermal treatment. The primary
particle size of the CVC-made TiO2 sample after vanadium was decreased drastically to 5.7 nm. The particle
sizes before and after vanadium loading on the commercial TiO2 (Degussa, P25) were similar. The
vanadium-loaded CVC-made TiO2 sample exhibited the best absorption performance of visible light from
the absorption spectra. Moreover, the CVC method through transition metal impregnation was favorable
for its enhanced photocatalytic properties.
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