Investigation of Some Characterizations of Black TiO\(_2\) Nanotubes Via Spectroscopic Methods
Keywords:black TiO2, spectroscopic technique, water-splitting, photocatalysis
AbstractThe black TiO\(_2\) with substantial Ti\(^3+\) and oxygen vacancies exhibit an excellent photoelectrochemical water-splitting performance due to the improved charge transport the extended visible light response. In this study, black TiO\(_2\) nanotube arrays synthesized by the anodization method, and then, they have been investigated some characterizations by spectroscopic methods such as UV-visible reflectance (UV-vis DRS), Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), Raman spectroscopy, and photoluminescence spectrum. The results showed that some highlighted properties of the black TiO2 nanotube arrays and they could apply for water-splitting effect.
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Nguyen, T. T., Cao, T. M., Le, H. V., & Pham, V. V. (2019). Investigation of Some Characterizations of Black TiO\(_2\) Nanotubes Via Spectroscopic Methods. Communications in Physics, 29(2), 189. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/29/2/13762
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