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Synthesis of new visible light active photocatalysts of Ba(In 1/3Pb1/3M′1/3)O3 (M′ = Nb, Ta): A band gap engineering strategy based on electronegativity of a metal component
- Synthesis of new visible light active photocatalysts of Ba(In 1/3Pb1/3M′1/3)O3 (M′ = Nb, Ta): A band gap engineering strategy based on electronegativity of a metal component
- Hur S.G.; Kim T.W.; Hwang S.-J.; Park H.; Choi W.; Kim S.J.; Choy J.-H.
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- 김성진; 최진호; 황성주
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- 김성진; 최진호; 황성주
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- Journal of Physical Chemistry B
- Journal of Physical Chemistry B vol. 109, no. 31, pp. 15001 - 15007
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- We have synthesized new, efficient, visible light active photocatalysts through the incorporation of highly electronegative non-transition metal Pb or Sn ions into the perovskite lattice of Ba(In1/3M 1/3M′1/3)O3 (M = Sn, Pb; M′ = Nb, Ta). X-ray diffraction, X-ray absorption spectroscopic, and energy dispersive spectroscopic microprobe analyses reveal that tetravalent Pb or Sn ions exist in the B-site of the perovskite lattice, along with In and Nb/Ta ions. According to diffuse UV-vis spectroscopic analysis, the Pb-containing quaternary metal oxides Ba(In1/3Pb1/3M′1/3)O3 possess a much narrower band gap (Eg ∼ 1.48-1.50 eV) when compared to the ternary oxides Ba(In1/2M′1/2)O 3 (Eg ∼ 2.97-3.30 eV) and the Sn-containing Ba(In 1/3Sn1/3M′1/3)O3 derivatives (Eg ∼ 2.85-3.00 eV). Such a variation of band gap energy upon the substitution is attributable to the broadening of the conduction band caused by the dissimilar electronegativities of the B-site cations. In contrast to the ternary or the Sn-substituted quaternary compounds showing photocatalytic activity under UV-vis irradiation, the Ba(In1/3Pb 1/3M′1/3)O3 compounds induce an efficient photodegradation of 4-chlorophenol under visible light irradiation (λ > 420 nm). The present results highlight that the substitution of electronegative non-transition metal cations can provide a very powerful way of developing efficient visible light harvesting photocatalysts through tuning of the band structure of a semiconductive metal oxide. © 2005 American Chemical Society.
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