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Development of Preparation Technology for TiO2 Nanotube Photocatalyst
Koo, Hyemin; Lee, Yongho; Pak, Daewon;
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 Abstract
In this study nanotube was grown on Ti by anodic oxidation to be used as a photocatalyst. The growth and formation of nanotube was monitored during anodization in ethylene glycol electrolyte by changing voltage and composition of electrolyte. Commercially available titanium plate (purity>99.8%, thickness:1mm) Applied voltage and concentration of and were varied to find the optimum condition. Applied voltage is important to make nanotube and the electrolyte containing ethylene glycol, 0.2 wt% and 2 vol% was confirmed to be the optimum conditions for the formation and growth of nanotubes.
 Keywords
Anodizing;Current density;Photocatalyst; nanotube;
 Language
Korean
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