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Carbon-Intercalated 0D/2D Hybrid of Hematite Quantum Dots/Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanosheets as Superior Catalyst for Advanced Oxidation.

著者 Xi J , Xia H , Ning X , Zhang Z , Liu J , Mu Z , Zhang S , Du P , Lu X
Small.2019 Sep 18 ; ():e1902744.
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Efficient charge separation and sufficiently exposed active sites are important for light-driving Fenton catalysts. 0D/2D hybrids, especially quantum dots (QDs)/nanosheets (NSs), offer a better opportunity for improving photo-Fenton activity due to their high charge mobility and more catalytic sites, which is highly desirable but remains a great challenge. Herein, a 0D hematite quantum dots/2D ultrathin g-C N nanosheets hybrid (Fe O QDs/g-C N NS) is developed via a facile chemical reaction and subsequent low-temperature calcination. As expected, the specially designed 0D/2D structure shows remarkable catalytic performance toward the removal of p-nitrophenol. By virtue of large surface area, adequate active sites, and strong interfacial coupling, the 0D Fe O QDs/2D g-C N nanosheets establish efficient charge transport paths by local in-plane carbon species, expediting the separation and transfer of electron/hole pairs. Simultaneously, highly efficient charge mobility can lead to continuous and fast Fe(III)/Fe(II) conversion, promoting a cooperative effect between the photocatalysis and chemical activation of H O . The developed carbon-intercalated 0D/2D hybrid provides a new insight in developing heterogeneous catalysis for a large variety of photoelectronic applications, not limited in photo-Fenton catalysis.
PMID: 31532897 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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