|Title:||Composite microsphere resulting from assembly of BiOCl nanosheets and palygorskite nanorods for enhanced photocatalytic activity||Authors:||Luo, Yuting
|Keywords:||BiOCl | Microspheres | Palygorskite | Photocatalysis||Issue Date:||1-Feb-2019||Journal Volume:||168||Source:||Applied Clay Science||Abstract:||
© 2018 Elsevier B.V. 3D palygorskite (PAL)/bismuth oxychloride (BiOCl) composite microspheres were easily synthesized through a facile room temperature reaction, in which BiOCl was coupled with palygorskite (PAL) to form PAL/BiOCl nanocomposites. The employment of PAL significantly exerted great effects on the morphologies and visible-light photocatalytic performance of PAL/BiOCl nanocomposites. With gradually increasing the PAL amounts, the 3D composite microspheres were assembled with BiOCl nanosheets and palygorskite nanorods. The nanocomposites exhibited enhanced photocatalytic activities for degrading rhodamine B (RhB) under visible light irradiation, owing to its 3D hierarchical microsphere nanostructure and constructed composite with well-matched band structure and tight intercontact.
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