Adsorption mechanism of acid orange 7 on photocatalytic materials based on TiO2

We studied the interaction of acid orange 7 with commercial TiO2-anatase powder catalyst, and with a catalyst synthesized in house using titanium tetrachloride and ethanolamine

A. Arteaga-Jiménez; A. I. Caudana-Campos; A. L. García-García; E. Hernández-Zapata; M. A. Vidales-Hurtado

2019

Scholarcy highlights

  • The degradation of organic molecules in an aqueous medium using heterogeneous photocatalysis depends on the chemical composition and concentration of the organic compound, the crystalline and morphological nature of the photocatalyst, the pH of the dye dilution, and the reaction temperature
  • Since photocatalytic degradation is a process that occurs on the surface of the catalytic material, it is desirable to induce maximum adsorption of the organic compound
  • We studied the interaction of acid orange 7 with commercial TiO2-anatase powder catalyst, and with a catalyst synthesized in house using titanium tetrachloride and ethanolamine
  • Our results indicate that there is no adsorption of the AO7 dye on the TiO2-et particles
  • Arteaga-Jiménez, A., Caudana-Campos, A.I., García-García, A.L. et al Adsorption mechanism of acid orange 7 on photocatalytic materials based on TiO2

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