Publication
Title
Validation of a newly developed FTIR in situ reactor: real time study of photocatalytic degradation of nitric oxide
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Abstract
For many years, photocatalysis has been proposed as one of the promising techniques to abate environmental pollutants. To improve these reactions it is vital to know the reaction mechanisms of the photocatalytic degradation. This new reactor will make it possible to study the catalytic surface at the moment the reactions occur. By the means of UV LED illumination there is no need of an external UV lamp and thus lowers the cost. The validation of this newly developed reactor is done by investigating the photocatalytic reaction mechanism of nitric oxide (NO) and comparing these findings with those already discussed in literature. From these results, it became clear that the newly developed FTIR in situ reactor allows real time study of photocatalytic degradations.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Infrared physics and technology. - Oxford
Publication
Oxford : 2010
ISSN
1350-4495
Volume/pages
53:6(2010), p. 469-473
ISI
000285169400009
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 09.11.2010
Last edited 21.06.2017
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