Bao SJ, et al. (2012) Environment-friendly biomimetic synthesis of TiO(2) nanomaterials for photocatalytic application. Nanotechnology 23(20):205601
Abstract: We have demonstrated an environment-friendly biomimetic synthesis method for the preparation of TiO(2) nanomaterials with different crystal phases and morphologies. This is the first time that it has been found that the crystal phase of TiO(2) can be controlled just by using different biotemplates, and cannot be changed by calcination up to 750 degrees C. In our experiment, anatase TiO(2) was obtained by using yeast and albumen templates, while rutile TiO(2) was formed by using dandelion pollen as the template.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 22543361|
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