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A study about the stabilization of anatase phase at high temperatures on sol-gel cerium and copper doped titania and titania-silica powders
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2005)
Synthesis and characterization of trifluoromethanesulfonic acid supported on mesoporous titania
(Elsevier Science, 2006-12)
Mesoporous titania materials have been synthesized by using urea as a template via sol–gel reactions of titaniumisopropoxide, followed by the removal of urea by extraction with water. The solid was dried, calcined at ...
POROUS TITANIA OBTAINED THROUGH POLYMER INCORPORATED COMPOSITES
(AMER CHEMICAL SOC, 1998)
Mesoporous titania with a large surface area has been prepared by calcination of hybrid composites. The composites were obtained by the incorporation of the biopolymer chitosan in titania networks produced from titanium ...
New experimental routes to prepare titania foam and thiol-functionalized nanoporous titania-silica
(Taylor & Francis IncPhiladelphiaEUA, 2005)
Magnetically-extractable hybrid of magnetite, mesoporous silica and titania for the photo-degradation of organic compounds in water
This work addresses the development of a magnetically extractable magnetite-silica-titania photocatalyst to be applied in the degradation of organic compounds in water. MCM-41 silica was successfully deposited on magnetite, ...
Morphology and topography analysis of mesoporous titania templated by micrometric latex sphere arrays
(Elsevier B.V., 2012-04-01)
In this work, mesoporous titania is prepared by templating latex sphere arrays with four different sphere diameters at the micrometric scale (phi > 1 mu m). The mesoporous titania homogeneously covers the latex spheres and ...
The stability of titania-silica interface
Silica is very often the catalyst support of choice for transition metal oxides such as titania, and specially anatase. Titania is an excellent absorber and photocatalyst for many organic molecules degradation. In order ...
Lectura ociosa: Titania Hardie. Laberinto de la rosa
(Revista Mensaje, 2018)
Catalytic photodegradation of dyes by in situ zeolite-supported titania