Study on the Structural and Photocatalytic Properties for Pore Size Tailored SnO2-Pillared Layered Titanate Nanohybrids
A new mesoporous SnO2-pillared layered titanate is prepared by hybridizing the exfoliated titanate nanosheets with SnO2 nanosol particles. The pore size tailored porous nanohybrids (S BET = 74∼280 m2/g and d = 18∼96 Å) are obtained after calcining an as-prepared sample. The mesoporous nanohybrids exhibited different photocatalytic behaviors for salicylic acid and methylene blue depending upon their crystallinity and porous structure.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2011
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