Au–TiO2 Core Shell Motif Scavenger: Facile Synthesis, High SERS Effect, Synergistic Photocatalytic Activity

Au–TiO2 Core Shell Motif Scavenger: Facile Synthesis, High SERS Effect, Synergistic... TiO modified gold nanocomposites (Au–TiO NCs) were synthesized as a platform for the investigation and degradation 2 2 of organic pollutants in the real environmental sample, lake soil. The prepared Au–TiO NCs show the surface plasmon resonance band at 532 nm. The crystallinity and the formation of Au–TiO NCs were confirmed by using X-ray diffraction and vibrational studies. Transmission electron microscope measurement shows the core shell structure of Au–TiO NCs. It reveals good photocatalytic activity for degrading pollutants in the lake soil. Using surface enhanced raman scattering the pollutants were detected and it is further confirmed through gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analysis. Au–TiO NCs degrades the organic pollutants in lake soil and the apparent rate constant of the catalytic reaction is 0.022/min. The observed experimental results show that the high stability Au–TiO NCs act as good candidate, both for the detection and degradation of pollutants. Keywords Au–TiO NCs  Lake soil  Organic pollutants  Detection  Degradation Introduction gap energy in the near-UV spectral region, strong oxidation ability, a great photocatalytic property, and a large free- Organic Pollutants are poisonous chemical pollutants that exciton binding energy. In addition, the TiO is an envi- infect the environment in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Cluster Science Springer Journals

Au–TiO2 Core Shell Motif Scavenger: Facile Synthesis, High SERS Effect, Synergistic Photocatalytic Activity

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature
Subject
Chemistry; Catalysis; Inorganic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Nanochemistry
ISSN
1040-7278
eISSN
1572-8862
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10876-018-1401-7
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Abstract

TiO modified gold nanocomposites (Au–TiO NCs) were synthesized as a platform for the investigation and degradation 2 2 of organic pollutants in the real environmental sample, lake soil. The prepared Au–TiO NCs show the surface plasmon resonance band at 532 nm. The crystallinity and the formation of Au–TiO NCs were confirmed by using X-ray diffraction and vibrational studies. Transmission electron microscope measurement shows the core shell structure of Au–TiO NCs. It reveals good photocatalytic activity for degrading pollutants in the lake soil. Using surface enhanced raman scattering the pollutants were detected and it is further confirmed through gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analysis. Au–TiO NCs degrades the organic pollutants in lake soil and the apparent rate constant of the catalytic reaction is 0.022/min. The observed experimental results show that the high stability Au–TiO NCs act as good candidate, both for the detection and degradation of pollutants. Keywords Au–TiO NCs  Lake soil  Organic pollutants  Detection  Degradation Introduction gap energy in the near-UV spectral region, strong oxidation ability, a great photocatalytic property, and a large free- Organic Pollutants are poisonous chemical pollutants that exciton binding energy. In addition, the TiO is an envi- infect the environment in

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Journal of Cluster ScienceSpringer Journals

Published: May 29, 2018

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