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|As last author||33|
Declan E McCormack(29)
Michael K. Seery(20)
John Moffat Kelly(14)
Dionysios D. Dionysiou(10)
Damian W. Synnott(5)
Kevin G McGuigan(4)
J. Anthony Byrne(3)
Michael A. Morris(2)
... and 3 others
These arethe11 unique sources for Suresh Pillai's 76 publications. A single publication may appear in multiple sources. Click on a name or publication count to see the publications for a particular source.
|Ireland -> Dublin City University||2|
|Ireland -> Dublin City University -> PubMed||2|
|Ireland -> Dublin Institute of Technology||53|
|Ireland -> Dublin Institute of Technology -> PubMed||3|
|Ireland -> IT Sligo||8|
|Ireland -> Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland||2|
|Ireland -> TU Dublin||54|
|Ireland -> Trinity College Dublin||5|
|Ireland -> Trinity College Dublin -> PubMed||1|
|Ireland -> University College Cork||5|
|Ireland -> Waterford Institute of Technology||6|
A process for the preparation of an antimicrobial coating solution is described. The process comprises the steps of: (i) mixing a chelating agent with titanium alkoxide and fluoroacetic acid; and (ii) adding an aqueous solution to the mixture from step (i). The antimicrobial coating described is visible light activated. The coating is applied to surfaces and then heat treated to form a transparent layer on the surface. This is particularly advantageous where the surface is glass.
A process for synthesising visible light active high temperature stable anatase phase undoped titanium dioxide photocatalyst comprising the step of reacting hydrated titanium dioxide with hydrogen peroxide in an aqueous solution to form a sol. The titanium dioxide may be anatase stable to at least 900 DEG C. The titanium dioxide may be anatase stable to about 1000 DEG C. A visible light active dopant free anatase phase titanium dioxide that is stable up to about 900 DEG C such as up to about 1000 DEG C is also described.
A visible light activatable mesoporous titanium dioxide photocatalyst having a surface area of from 100 m2/g to 400 m2/g. The photocatalyst may have a rate of decomposition greater than 0.005 min-1. The photocatalyst may have a band gap width less than 2.95 eV. The photocatalyst may comprise undoped titanium dioxide or doped titanium dioxide. A hydrothermal process for synthesising a photocatalyst is also described.
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