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  • n. Plural form of photocatalyst.

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  • The iron oxides that make up Martian soil and give the planet its distinctive red color are photocatalysts.

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  • Shang Jian-Ku, associate professor of materials science and engineering at the University of Illinois and lead author of the paper, said that the new catalysts are both more energy efficient and more effective than previous photocatalysts used with UV light.

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  • Net that the new catalysts are both more energy efficient and more effective than previous photocatalysts used with UV light.

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  • When Frei and Jiao tested micron-sized particles of cobalt oxide, they found the particles were inefficient and not nearly fast enough to serve as photocatalysts.

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  • Manganese-based organometallic complexes modeled off Photosystem II have shown some promise as photocatalysts for water oxidation but some suffer from being water insoluble and none are very robust.

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  • Frei and Jiao will be conducting further studies to gain a better understanding of why their cobalt oxide nanocrystal clusters are such efficient and high-speed photocatalysts and also looking into other metal oxide catalysts.

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  • After studying the chemical reactions in the UJI laboratories, a second stage of research was performed in which these new photocatalysts were applied to cell cultures in the laboratories of the University of East Anglia, United Kingdom.

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  • Photodynamic therapy consists of introducing photocatalysts into tumour cells in such a way that when radiation (in the form of light) is applied, the photocatalysts destroy these cells as a result of the production of a reactive agent known as singlet oxygen.

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  • Researchers at the UJI increase the efficiency of photocatalysts used in cancer treatments

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  • Researchers at the Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in Castellon have found porous polymeric materials that increase the efficiency of traditional photocatalysts in the treatment of cancer.

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