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Lysozyme-mediated biomineralization of titanium-tungsten oxide hybrid nanoparticles with high photocatalytic activity
- Lysozyme-mediated biomineralization of titanium-tungsten oxide hybrid nanoparticles with high photocatalytic activity
- Kim, Jung Kyu; Jang, Ji-ryang; Choi, Noori; Hong, Dahyun; Nam, Chang-Hoon; Yoo, Pil J.; Park, Jong Hyeok; Choe, Woo-Seok
- DGIST Authors
- Nam, Chang-Hoon
- Issue Date
- Chemical Communications, 50(82), 12392-12395
- Article Type
- Analogs and Derivatives; Biomineralization; Catalysis; Cellulose; Chemical Structure; Chemistry; Crystallization; Ethyl Cellulose; Lysozyme; Muramidase; Nanoparticle; Nanoparticles; Oxide; Oxides; Photocatalysis; Photochemical Processes; Photochemistry; Radiation Response; Rhodamine; Rhodamine B; Rhodamines; Sunlight; Synthesis; Titanium; Titanium Dioxide; Tungsten; Tungsten Oxide; Ultra-Violet Radiation; Waveform
- Titanium-tungsten oxide composites with greatly enhanced photocatalytic activity were synthesized by lysozyme-mediated biomineralization. It was shown for the first time that simple control of the onset of biomineralization could enable fine tuning of the composition and crystallinity of the composites to determine their photocatalytic performance. This journal is © the Partner Organisations 2014.
- Royal Society of Chemistry
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Nam, Chang Hoon
Protein Engineering; History and Philosophy of Science; Scientific Art; Biomaterial Development (Tissue Engineering) with modified bacteriophage; Bio Sensor Development
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