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Gas Phase Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction, "A Brief Overview for Benchmarking"
- Gas Phase Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction, "A Brief Overview for Benchmarking"
- Ali, Shahzad; Flores, Monica Claire; Razzaq, Abdul; Sorcar, Saurav; Hiragond, Chaitanya B.; Kim, Hye Rim; Park, Young Ho; Hwang, Yunju; Kim, Hong Soo; Kim, Hwapyong; Gong, Eun Hee; Lee, Junho; Kim, Dongyun; In, Su-Il
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- In, Su-Il
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- Catalysts, 9(9)
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- apparent quantum yield; organic contaminations; photocatalyst; solar; CO2 reduction; photoreactors
- EFFICIENT PHOTODRIVEN REDUCTION; OPTICAL-FIBER PHOTOREACTOR; VISIBLE-LIGHT; CARBON-DIOXIDE; TITANIA NANOPARTICLES; HYDROCARBON FUELS; 001 FACETS; TIO2; CONVERSION; PHOTOREDUCTION
- Photocatalytic CO2 reduction is emerging as an affordable route for abating its ever increasing concentration. For commercial scale applications, many constraints are still required to be addressed. A variety of research areas are explored, such as development of photocatalysts and photoreactors, reaction parameters and conditions, to resolve these bottlenecks. In general, the photocatalyst performance is mostly adjudged in terms of its ability to only produce hydrocarbon products, and other vital parameters such as light source, reaction parameters, and type of photoreactors used are not normally given appropriate attention. This makes a comprehensive comparison of photocatalytic performance quite unrealistic. Hence, probing the photocatalytic performance in terms of apparent quantum yield (AQY) with the consideration of certain process and experimental parameters is a more reasonable and prudent approach. The present brief review portrays the importance and impact of aforementioned parameters in the field of gas phase photocatalytic CO2 reduction. © 2019 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.
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