Novel Bismuth-Oxyhalide-based materials and their applications /

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Author / Creator:Gondal, Mohammed A., author.
Imprint:New Delhi : Springer, 2017.
Description:1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
Language:English
Series:Advanced structured materials ; volume 76
Advanced structured materials ; v. 76.
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Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11307911
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Other authors / contributors:Chang, Xiaofeng, author.
Dastageer, Mohamed A., author.
ISBN:9788132237396
8132237390
9788132237372
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed on June 22, 2017).
Summary:This book provides a comprehensive overview of a series of bismuth oxyhalide compounds of BiOX (X=F, Cl, Br, I), in terms of their microstructure, electronic/band structure, preparation techniques, optical properties and their applications. The book brings together, for the first time, a compilation of advances in this area, including results achieved at the authors? lab (such as ultra-microscopy characterization by means of aberration-corrected STEM), offering a valuable guide for researchers and students alike.
Standard no.:10.1007/978-81-322-3739-6
Table of Contents:
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Introduction to Bismuth Oxyhalides; Abstract; 1.1 Background; 1.2 Importance of Bismuth-Based Functional Materials; 1.3 Unique Characteristics of Bismuth Oxyhalides; References; 2 Microstructure, Morphology, and Surface Structure of Bismuth Oxyhalides; Abstract; 2.1 Space Group and Atomic Coordination (XRD Analysis); 2.2 Raman and FTIR Analysis; 2.3 Surface Chemical Structure; 2.4 HRTEM Images and Analysis; References; 3 Band Structure, Band Energy, and Density of States; Abstract; References; 4 Optical Properties of Bismuth Oxyhalides.
  • Abstract4.1 Optical Properties of Semiconductors; 4.2 Absorption/Reflectance Spectra of Bismuth Oxyhalides; 4.3 Photoluminescence Spectra of Bismuth Oxyhalides; References; 5 Preparation Techniques and Crystal Growth Processes; Abstract; 5.1 Preparation by Hydrolysis (Precipitation) Method; 5.1.1 Bi3+-X− (X = Cl, Br, I) Aqueous System; 5.1.2 Other Hydrolysis Processes; 5.1.3 Precipitation Preparation of BiOF; 5.2 Preparation by Heat Treatment; 5.3 Vapor-Phase Synthesis; 5.4 Hydrothermal Preparation/Growth Process; 5.5 Solvothermal Preparation/Growth Process; 5.5.1 Alcoholic-Mediated Process
  • 5.5.2 Others Solvothermal Systems5.6 Special Halide Source-Induced Preparation; 5.6.1 Reactive Ionic Liquid; 5.6.2 Reactive Surfactant; 5.7 Other Preparation Methods; References; 6 Modified Bismuth Oxihalide Semiconductors; Abstract; 6.1 Metal-BiOX Hybrid System; 6.1.1 Metal as a Co-catalyst; 6.1.2 Metal as a Surface Resonance Plasmon Probe; 6.2 Carbon-BiOX Hybrid System; 6.3 Semiconductor-BiOX Hybrid System; References; 7 Applications of Bismuth Oxyhalides; Abstract; 7.1 Application of BiOX as a Photocatalyst; 7.1.1 Degradation of Organic, Inorganic Pollutants, and Microorganisms.
  • 7.1.2 Water Splitting7.2 Application of BiOX in Secondary Batteries; 7.3 Application of BiOX in Gas Sensors; 7.4 Application of BiOX in Solar Cells; References; 8 Latest and Future Prospects of Bismith Oxyhalides; Abstract; 8.1 Future Plans for Preparation of BIOX; 8.2 Focus on Multidimensional Shape-Dependent (or Layered) BiOX; 8.3 Future Methodologies for the Production of Nano BiOX; 8.4 Heterojunction Structures of Bismuth Oxyhalides; References.