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Photocatalytic and Self-cleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition

DZIK, P. MOROZOVÁ, M. KLUSOŇ, P. VESELÝ, M.

Originální název

Photocatalytic and Self-cleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition

Anglický název

Photocatalytic and Self-cleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

An optimized reverse micelles sol-gel composition was deposited by inkjet direct patterning onto glass supports. Experimental material printer Fujifilm Dimatix 2831 was used for sol patterning. Printing was repeated up to 4 times in wet-to-dry manner and photocatalytic coatings of various thickness were obtained after final thermal calcination. Basic material properties of prepared coating were studied by optical microscopy, electron and atomic force imaging, Raman, XRD and UV-VIS spectrometry. Photocatalytic activity was evaluated by dye and fatty acid degradation rate as well as photoinduced hydrophilic conversion rate. Reverse micelles proved to be viable synthetic route for the preparation of titania coatings with even structure and their compatibility with inkjet direct patterning deposition was demonstrated.

Anglický abstrakt

An optimized reverse micelles sol-gel composition was deposited by inkjet direct patterning onto glass supports. Experimental material printer Fujifilm Dimatix 2831 was used for sol patterning. Printing was repeated up to 4 times in wet-to-dry manner and photocatalytic coatings of various thickness were obtained after final thermal calcination. Basic material properties of prepared coating were studied by optical microscopy, electron and atomic force imaging, Raman, XRD and UV-VIS spectrometry. Photocatalytic activity was evaluated by dye and fatty acid degradation rate as well as photoinduced hydrophilic conversion rate. Reverse micelles proved to be viable synthetic route for the preparation of titania coatings with even structure and their compatibility with inkjet direct patterning deposition was demonstrated.

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@article{BUT76171,
  author="Petr {Dzik} and Michal {Veselý}",
  title="Photocatalytic and Self-cleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition",
  annote="An optimized reverse micelles sol-gel composition was deposited by inkjet direct patterning onto glass supports. Experimental material printer Fujifilm Dimatix 2831 was used for sol patterning. Printing was repeated up to 4 times in wet-to-dry manner and photocatalytic coatings of various thickness were obtained after final thermal calcination. Basic material properties of prepared coating were studied by optical microscopy, electron and atomic force imaging, Raman, XRD and UV-VIS spectrometry. Photocatalytic activity was evaluated by dye and fatty acid degradation rate as well as photoinduced hydrophilic conversion rate. Reverse micelles proved to be viable synthetic route for the preparation of titania coatings with even structure and their compatibility with inkjet direct patterning deposition was demonstrated.",
  address="SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY NETWORK INC",
  chapter="76171",
  institution="SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY NETWORK INC",
  number="1",
  volume="15",
  year="2012",
  month="january",
  pages="89--97",
  publisher="SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY NETWORK INC",
  type="journal article - other"
}