Synthesis and characterization of fe:Mgzno/ac as a prospective high photocatalytic material

M. S. Çevik, S. Horoz, O. Baytar, Şahin, A. Ekinci*

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Abstract

The motivation of our current study is to carry out photocatalytic degradation experiments of methylene blue in the presence of Fe doped MgZnO/AC (Fe:MgZnO/AC) and MgZnO/AC catalysts and thus to examine the effect of the Fe-dopant metal on the photocatalytic activity of the catalysts. In this context, both catalysts (MgZnO/AC and Fe:MgZnO/AC) are synthesized by hydrothermal technique. Structural (XRD analysis) and optical (UV-Vis) properties of the synthesized catalysts are discussed. How the Fe-dopant metal affects the crystallite size and energy band gap of the MgZnO/AC catalyst is examined and the experimental data obtained are interpreted.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)291-298
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Ovonic Research
Volume17
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2021
Externally publishedYes

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Funding

The authors are grateful to the Research Foundation of Siirt University for financial support under project 2019-SİÜFEB-019.

FundersFunder number
Research Foundation of Siirt University2019-SİÜFEB-019

    Keywords

    • Catalyst
    • Characterization
    • Doped material
    • Metal oxide
    • Photocatalytic

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