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photocatalysis

 [fo″to-kah-tal´ĭ-sis]
promotion or stimulation of a chemical reaction by light. adj., adj photocatalyt´ic.

photocatalysis

/pho·to·ca·tal·y·sis/ (-kah-tal´ĭ-sis) promotion or stimulation of a chemical reaction by light.photocatalyt´ic

photocatalysis

promotion or stimulation of a chemical reaction by light.
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The study of the photocatalytic activity of the samples was carried out by measuring the degradation of methyl orange (M-O) in the presence of UV light, using a mercury UV lamp.
This paper presents the experimental evaluation and mathematical modeling of the kinetic behavior of a heterogeneous photocatalytic degradation reaction of a standard substance in a solar CPC reactor at pilot scale by modifying a proposed model based on the Langmuir-Hinshelwood mechanism.
Variation of pH changes the surface charge of TiO2 and also shifts the potentials of photocatalytic reactions.
6 indicates that VUV / TiO2 photocatalytic degradation was much more efficient as compared to VUV photolysis alone.
These materials have photocatalytic properties of titanium oxide and ability to form complex due to the presence of functionalized graphene at the same time.
Of these, photocatalytic oxidation (PCO) is a feasible method for the removal of chemical contaminants from wastewater.
The photocatalytic efficiency of La-doped ZnO mainly originates from the formation of La-O-Zn bonds on ZnO surface.
3]S), which can act as a representative dye pollutant, was chosen to evaluate the photocatalytic performance of Ti[O.
This effect was attributed to increasing the number of FS cells accordingly fixed the number of photocatalytic sites and UV-A light.
Illustrated the scanning electron microscope (SEM) photomicrograph of the LiNbO3 before photocatalytic reaction on the specimen's surface.
Also, phosphate titania displayed an enhanced photocatalytic activity as evidenced through a study of the decomposition of fluorescein under UV light excitation (Goswami et al.