Photocatalytic degradation of 2-propanol was carried out as a probe reaction both in gas–solid and in liquid–solid systems in the presence of TiO2 both bare and impregnated with lanthanide (Sm, Gd, Ho) bis-phthalocyanines (LnPc2) used as sensitizers. Continuous and batch photo-reactors, irradiated with an equal flux of photons, were used in gas–solid and in liquid–solid systems, respectively. Propanone and acetaldehyde were the main intermediates found in both systems during 2-propanol oxidation, whereas carbon dioxide and water were the final oxidation products exclusively in the gas–solid regime. The photocatalysts exhibited significantly higher activity in the liquid–solid system than in the gas–solid one. Samples impregnated with the sensitizers were apparently more photoactive than bare TiO2. The highest photoactivity was shown by the 1.85 HoPc2–TiO2 sample

Marcì, G., García López, E.I., Mele, G., Palmisano, L., Dyrda, G., Slota, R. (2009). Comparison of the Photocatalytic Degradation of 2-Propanol in Gas.Solid and Liquid-Solid Systems by Using TiO2-LnPc2 Hybrid Powders. CATALYSIS TODAY, 143, 203-210.

Comparison of the Photocatalytic Degradation of 2-Propanol in Gas.Solid and Liquid-Solid Systems by Using TiO2-LnPc2 Hybrid Powders

MARCI', Giuseppe;GARCIA LOPEZ, Elisa Isabel;PALMISANO, Leonardo;
2009

Abstract

Photocatalytic degradation of 2-propanol was carried out as a probe reaction both in gas–solid and in liquid–solid systems in the presence of TiO2 both bare and impregnated with lanthanide (Sm, Gd, Ho) bis-phthalocyanines (LnPc2) used as sensitizers. Continuous and batch photo-reactors, irradiated with an equal flux of photons, were used in gas–solid and in liquid–solid systems, respectively. Propanone and acetaldehyde were the main intermediates found in both systems during 2-propanol oxidation, whereas carbon dioxide and water were the final oxidation products exclusively in the gas–solid regime. The photocatalysts exhibited significantly higher activity in the liquid–solid system than in the gas–solid one. Samples impregnated with the sensitizers were apparently more photoactive than bare TiO2. The highest photoactivity was shown by the 1.85 HoPc2–TiO2 sample
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Marcì, G., García López, E.I., Mele, G., Palmisano, L., Dyrda, G., Slota, R. (2009). Comparison of the Photocatalytic Degradation of 2-Propanol in Gas.Solid and Liquid-Solid Systems by Using TiO2-LnPc2 Hybrid Powders. CATALYSIS TODAY, 143, 203-210.
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