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Facile formation of Anatase Nanoparticles on H-Titanate Nanotubes at Low Temperature for Efficient Visible Light-Driven Degradation of Organic Pollutants
Anatase nanoparticles (5–10 nm) generated on H-titanate nanotube surface (H-titanate/anatase) were prepared by an ingenious and simple method. H-titanate tubes were prepared by a hydrothermal reaction of Ti powder in concentrated NaOH solution and an ion exchange process with HNO3 solution. After that, at a relatively low drying temperature (100 °C), a small quantity of anatase nanoparticles were in-situ formed on the H-titanate tubes surface by a surface dehydration reaction. In-situdoi:10.3390/catal10060695 fatcat:ubywegyxz5bvrktzcurim4buha