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Single-Atom Co-Catalysts Employed in Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysis
With a distinct electronic structure and unsaturated coordination centers, supported single-atoms (SAs) have shown great potential in heterogeneous catalysis due to their superior activity, stability, and selectivity. Over the last few years, the fascination of SA-use spread also over photocatalysis, i.e., a particular case of heterogeneous catalysis in which chemical reactions are activated by charge transfer from an illuminated semiconductor. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is one of the most studieddoi:10.3390/catal12101223 fatcat:yclgenvi2nb2jn3p2v32m453fy