High performance hydrogenated TiO2 nanorod arrays as a photoelectrochemical sensor for organic compounds under visible light

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A photo-electrode of hydrogenated TiO2 nanorod arrays (H-TNRs) was prepared and used as a photoelectrochemical sensor for organic compound detections for the first time. Under visible light, the H-TNR electrode has shown a highly sensitive and steady photocurrent response due to introduction of oxygen vacancy and mid-gap energy levels. The H-TNRs are a promising material for photoelectrochemical detection of organic compounds under visible light. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.

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Zhang, S., Zhang, S., Peng, B., Wang, H., Yu, H., Wang, H., & Peng, F. (2014). High performance hydrogenated TiO2 nanorod arrays as a photoelectrochemical sensor for organic compounds under visible light. Electrochemistry Communications, 40, 24–27. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.elecom.2013.12.013

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