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Photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine 6G on Ag modified TiO2 nanotubes: Surface-enhanced Raman scattering study on catalytic kinetics and substrate recyclability

•Ag/TiO2NTs compound nanostructures were fabricated.•The photodegradation of R6G on Ag/TiO2NTs was assessed by SERS.•Good self-cleaning and spectral recovery characters were shown on these substrates. A method for the investigation of photocatalytic degradation of organic molecules adsorbed on the s... Full description

Journal Title: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 20 September 2015, Vol.481, pp.7-12
Main Author: Chong, Xiaoli
Other Authors: Zhao, Bing , Li, Ran , Ruan, Weidong , Yang, Xuwei
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ID: ISSN: 0927-7757 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2015.04.021
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title: Photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine 6G on Ag modified TiO2 nanotubes: Surface-enhanced Raman scattering study on catalytic kinetics and substrate recyclability
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  • Zhao, Bing
  • Li, Ran
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  • Photodegradation
  • Ag/Tio 2 Nts
  • Recyclable Substrate
  • Rhodamine 6g
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description: •Ag/TiO2NTs compound nanostructures were fabricated.•The photodegradation of R6G on Ag/TiO2NTs was assessed by SERS.•Good self-cleaning and spectral recovery characters were shown on these substrates. A method for the investigation of photocatalytic degradation of organic molecules adsorbed on the surface of a compound nanostructure, silver nanoparticle (Ag NP) modified titania nanotubes (TiO2NTs), namely Ag/TiO2NTs, was proposed. The method was applied to the photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine 6G (R6G) dye molecules in order to determine its effectiveness. The surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) technique was employed to monitor the photodegradation processes on these bifunctional nanostructures. The photocatalytic characteristic was attributed to the TiO2NTs; however, the SERS activity was caused by the Ag NPs. The Ag/TiO2NTs were able to detect R6G molecular probes with concentration down to 10−8M. The substrates could not only degrade the adsorbates, but also discard them off under ultraviolet irradiation owing to the high photocatalytic activity of TiO2. Thus, the substrates were able to self-clean and be reused for a new SERS detection cycle. The photodegradation and SERS results revealed that Ag/TiO2NTs acted as promising candidates for photocatalytic activity and SERS substrates; and exhibited high recyclability in the detection of organic molecules. The optimized SERS-active substrates were then employed to study the photodegradation of R6G. The photodegradation kinetics analysis was assessed by selecting the strongest SERS peaks which indicated that the kinetics of the photodegradation of R6G followed the pseudo-first order reaction. Finally, the results presented herein demonstrated that the fabricated Ag/TiO2NTs nanostructures were remarkably suitable as photocatalytically active SERS substrates. Further, the substrates could be effectively utilized for highly sensitive in situ monitoring of the surface photodegradation processes of organic molecules and could be recycled in a more environmentally sustainable manner.
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abstract•Ag/TiO2NTs compound nanostructures were fabricated.•The photodegradation of R6G on Ag/TiO2NTs was assessed by SERS.•Good self-cleaning and spectral recovery characters were shown on these substrates. A method for the investigation of photocatalytic degradation of organic molecules adsorbed on the surface of a compound nanostructure, silver nanoparticle (Ag NP) modified titania nanotubes (TiO2NTs), namely Ag/TiO2NTs, was proposed. The method was applied to the photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine 6G (R6G) dye molecules in order to determine its effectiveness. The surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) technique was employed to monitor the photodegradation processes on these bifunctional nanostructures. The photocatalytic characteristic was attributed to the TiO2NTs; however, the SERS activity was caused by the Ag NPs. The Ag/TiO2NTs were able to detect R6G molecular probes with concentration down to 10−8M. The substrates could not only degrade the adsorbates, but also discard them off under ultraviolet irradiation owing to the high photocatalytic activity of TiO2. Thus, the substrates were able to self-clean and be reused for a new SERS detection cycle. The photodegradation and SERS results revealed that Ag/TiO2NTs acted as promising candidates for photocatalytic activity and SERS substrates; and exhibited high recyclability in the detection of organic molecules. The optimized SERS-active substrates were then employed to study the photodegradation of R6G. The photodegradation kinetics analysis was assessed by selecting the strongest SERS peaks which indicated that the kinetics of the photodegradation of R6G followed the pseudo-first order reaction. Finally, the results presented herein demonstrated that the fabricated Ag/TiO2NTs nanostructures were remarkably suitable as photocatalytically active SERS substrates. Further, the substrates could be effectively utilized for highly sensitive in situ monitoring of the surface photodegradation processes of organic molecules and could be recycled in a more environmentally sustainable manner.
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