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  • n. catalysis by a photocatalyst

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Examples

  • Bo-Erik Eriksson, head of research at Cementa, another company participating in the Swedish-Finnish project, said the byproducts of the reaction, called photocatalysis, are benign, though it depends on what substances are involved: Organic compounds are broken down into carbon dioxide and water, while the nitrogen oxides yield nitrate salts.

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  • You might bring up photocatalysis which is highly inefficient compared to 18\% efficient standard photovoltaics.

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  • The problem is that the photocatalysis I describe above takes place in water solution, usually also in air, and that's an _extreme_ chemical environment for something like silicon.

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  • The thinness of the silica layer is critical: it has to be just thick enough to block the photocatalysis, but not so thick that it degrades the optical properties of the TiO2.

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  • The experts at EnBW are investigating the energy, emission and cost balances of the overall process - from the power plant waste gas through the actual photocatalysis up to the utilization of the products.

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  • Possible research areas include but are not limited to: photocatalysis, photovoltaics, catalysis (biofuel and fossil); energy efficiency, harvesting, and storage; energy systems and smart grid technology; and the intersection between energy technology and policy.

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  • Other, more application-specific examples are solar cells and photocatalysis.

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  • It combines photosynthesis with photocatalysis to rapidly grow biomass while purifying wastewaters and salt water.

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  • Algae biomass absorbs minerals dissolved in water and also the minerals contained in organic and inorganic compounds when they are released by the photochemical action of photocatalysis.

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  • In this process, salt water, sewage and industrial wastewaters are purified while biomass is produced by the concurrent use of photosynthesis and photocatalysis.

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