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Reconfigurable Materials [Working Title]
Photocatalytic dye degradation has received more attention as an affordable and effective way to treat the dye polluted water. In the present chapter, we are going to discuss; (i) the preparation and photophysical characterization of g-C 3 N 4 intercalated ZnO\Mg-Al LDH, a novel ternary nanocomposite, and (ii) its visible light photocatalytic degradation activity against the methylene blue dye. LDHs are 2D materials composed of "brucite-like" cationic layers where an inclusion of trivalentdoi:10.5772/intechopen.89325 fatcat:3elq3pelwzc5biptpg7f27nn5m