Advances in Nanocomposite Technology by A. Hashim

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Lianos, 2010). At little or no cost, they could be exploited to accomplish both the tasks of hydrogen production and waste treatment and biomass reforming simultaneously (X. B. , 2010). Such an admirable goal for the practical application of watersplitting systems is especially interesting in light of worldwide energy and environmental concerns. In photocatalytical degradation of molecules, the holes generation by the photon can react with surface adsorbed H2O to produce ·OH radicals (hydroxyl ions acts as hole scavengers assisting electro-hole separation and preventing recombination), or directly oxidize the molecules into their radicals.

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