Efficient photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine 6G with a quantum dot-metal organic framework nanocomposite

The hybrid structures of metal organic frameworks and nanoparticles may offer the realization of effective photocatalytic materials due to combined benefits of the porous and molecular sieving properties of MOF matrix and the functional characteristics of encapsulated nanoparticles

Rajnish Kaur

2016

Scholarcy highlights

  • The hybrid structures of metal organic frameworks and nanoparticles may offer the realization of effective photocatalytic materials due to combined benefits of the porous and molecular sieving properties of MOF matrix and the functional characteristics of encapsulated nanoparticles
  • Successful synthesis of a quantum dots/Eu-MOF nanocomposite was characterized with various spectroscopic and microscopic techniques. This QD/Eu-MOF is found to be an effective catalyst to complete the degradation of Rhodamine 6G dye within 50 min
  • This quantum dots/Eu-metal organic frameworks is found to be an effective catalyst to complete the degradation of Rhodamine 6G dye within 50 min

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