Hybrid Photocatalysts Based on Nanoclays for Water Purification

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Hybrid Photocatalysts Based on Nanoclays for Water Purification

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The offered method of water purification is based on the photocatalytic degradation of contaminations. Photocatalysts are received as a results of the modification of layered nanoclays by polymers that can absorb both visible and ultraviolet light. Experimental tests have shown that hybrid photocatalysts may efficiently degrade water pollutants as a result of oxidation by singlet oxygen, energy or electron transfer. Moreover, it has been proved that hybrid photocatalysts have the ability to adsorb hydrophobic compounds thereby additionally improving the water purification process. Hybrid photocatalysts are especially well-suited for the photodegradation of pesticides, aromatic compounds

(e.g. chlorinated aromatic compounds), phenols and cyanides.

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