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Visible light-driven CdSe nanotube array photocatalyst.
|Title||Visible light-driven CdSe nanotube array photocatalyst.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Zhu H, Li Q|
|Journal||Nanoscale research letters|
Large-scale CdSe nanotube arrays on indium tin oxide (ITO) glass have been synthesized using ZnO nanorod template. The strong visible light absorption in CdSe, its excellent photoresponse, and the large surface area associated with the tubular morphology lead to good visible light-driven photocatalytic capability of these nanotube arrays. Compared to freestanding nanoparticles, such one-piece nanotube arrays on ITO make it very convenient for catalyst recycling after their usage.
|Alternate Journal||Nanoscale Res Lett|