Electronic structure of cluster assembled nanostructured TiO2 by resonant photoemission

Titanium oxide is a versatile material whose properties depend on the way in which it is prepared. The main technique applied was resonant photoemission at the Ti 2p edge.

Caruso et al.,  J. Chem. Phys. 28 (2008) 094704.

            Titanium oxide is a versatile material whose properties depend on the way in which it is prepared. These properties can be tailored to specific applications, such as photocatalysis to oxidise pollutants (self cleaning surfaces), hydrogen production from water or solar energy generation. It is important to correlate the basic properties - electronic and crystalline structure, defect density etc - with the practical properties of the materials.
            The main technique applied was resonant photoemission at the Ti 2p edge (456-470 eV) where the Materials Science has good flux.

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Electronic structure of cluster assembled nanostructured TiO2 by resonant photoemission at the Ti L2,3 edge, T. Caruso, C. Lenardi, R.G. Agostino, M. Amati, G. Bongiorno, T. Mazza, A. Policicchio, V. Formoso, E. Maccallini, E. Colavita, G. Chiarello, P. Finetti, F. Šutara, T. Skála, P. Piseri, K.C. Prince, P. Milani, J. Chem. Phys. 28 (2008) 094704. DOI 10.1063/1.2832321.
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