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Efficiency of Mechanochemical Ball Milling Technique in the Preparation of Fe/TiO2 Photocatalysts
Rapid population growth and widespread industrialization are the main contributing factors to the increasing contamination of the world's diminishing freshwater resources. This work investigates Fe/TiO2 as an efficient and sustainable photocatalyst for treating organic micropollutants in water. The photocatalysts prepared by these mechanochemical methods used a high-energy ball milling technique to manipulate Fe/TiO2's structural, optical, and catalytic properties for the photo-oxidation ofdoi:10.3390/chemengineering6050077 fatcat:jl372aslx5eqnauf4mct2uhcry