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|Title:||Ellipsoidal hollow nanostructures assembled from anatase TiO₂ nanosheets as a magnetically separable photocatalyst|
|Other Titles:||Ellipsoidal hollow nanostructures assembled from anatase TiO(2) nanosheets as a magnetically separable photocatalyst|
|Citation:||Chemical Communications, 2011; 47(9):2631-2633|
|Publisher:||Royal Soc Chemistry|
|Jun Song Chen, Chunping Chen, Jian Liu, Rong Xu, Shi Zhang Qiao and Xiong Wen Lou|
|Abstract:||A simple approach was proposed to synthesize three types of ellipsoidal hollow nanostructures whose shells are assembled from anatase TiO₂ nanosheets (NSs) with exposed (001) facets. Among them, ellipsoid Fe₃O₄@TiO₂-NS nanorattles can be readily generated as a magnetically separable photocatalyst with enhanced activity through in situ reduction of the α-Fe₂O₃ core.|
|Keywords:||Titanium; Catalysis; Magnetics; Nanostructures; Ferrosoferric Oxide; Photochemical Processes|
|Rights:||© The Royal Society of Chemistry 2011|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemical Engineering publications|
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