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Bismuth oxyhalide nanomaterials: layered structures meet photocatalysis
In recent years, layered bismuth oxyhalide nanomaterials have received more and more interest as promising photocatalysts because their unique layered structures endow them with fascinating physicochemical properties; thus, they have great potential photocatalytic applications for environment remediation and energy harvesting.doi:10.1039/c4nr02553a pmid:24975748 fatcat:7x4qp5g63jblxkptwkjspen7pe