Bonding And Reaction Of SO2 Molecules On Titanium Dioxide Surface
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David Langhammer is a doctoral/PhD student at the Department of Engineering Sciences, Solid State Physics, University of Uppsala, Sweden.

                       

Bonding And Reaction Of SO2 Molecules On Titanium Dioxide Surface

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a common material that has been used as a white pigment since antiquity. Today, however, it is better known within the scientific community for its so-called photocatalytic property — meaning the ability to catalyze chemical reactions through the absorption of light. This is a process in which sunlight energy can be used to drive chemical reactions, for instance, splitting water into oxygen and hydrogen, reducing of CO2 to synthetic fuels, or decomposing toxic compounds in the...

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