Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysis: Advancements and Summary

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peCOD Sensor TechnologyPhotoelectrochemical COD (PeCOD) determination occurs by the process of titanium dioxide photocatalysis. COD is analyzed from the current measured when organics are oxidized by OH* radical species and other strong oxidizers. These oxidizing species are produced by the irradiation of a semi-conductor, titanium dioxide (TiO2), with UV-light.

The following article discusses the recent advancements for the use of titanium dioxide photocatalysis in water treatment. The original link can be found here, and the PDF version can be found here.

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