BiOBr<inf>x</inf>I<inf>1−x</inf>/BiOBr heterostructure engineering for efficient molecular oxygen activation

Yang Bai, Xian Shi, Pingquan Wang, Li Wnag, Kai Zhang, Ying Zhou, Haiquan Xie, Jinan Wang, Liqun Ye

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© 2018 Elsevier B.V. The BiOBrxI1−x/BiOBr heterojunction structural photocatalyst was constructed successfully in this work and it was formed by the BiOBrxI1−x solid solution coupling with the BiOBr monomer, which was determined by efficient characterizations. For the photocatalytic property, The BiOBrxI1−x/BiOBr could degrade some organic pollutants efficiently and the oilfield produced waste water treatment efficiency of it was ideal. The reason for its enhanced photocatalytic property was also explored. Through ESR tests, trapping experiments and other efficient methods, the enhanced molecular oxygen activation capacity of induced 1O2 and O2[rad]− photogeneration by BiOBrxI1−x solid solution structure and heterostructure in one photocatalyst was confirmed, respectively. This work provided a new thought for enhanced molecular oxygen activation capacity of bismuth oxyhalide photocatalysts.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)34-42
Number of pages29
JournalChemical Engineering Journal
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StatePublished - 15 Jan 2019
Externally publishedYes

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Molecular oxygen
Photocatalysts
solid solution
Heterojunctions
Chemical activation
engineering
oxygen
bismuth
Solid solutions
electron spin resonance
organic pollutant
trapping
Bismuth
Organic pollutants
Water treatment
Paramagnetic resonance
Wastewater
Monomers
experiment
bismuth oxybromide

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Bai, Yang ; Shi, Xian ; Wang, Pingquan ; Wnag, Li ; Zhang, Kai ; Zhou, Ying ; Xie, Haiquan ; Wang, Jinan ; Ye, Liqun. / BiOBr<inf>x</inf>I<inf>1−x</inf>/BiOBr heterostructure engineering for efficient molecular oxygen activation. In: Chemical Engineering Journal. 2019 ; pp. 34-42.
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