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On examination of photocatalytic activity of rough surface samples by means of two methods – MB degradation and WCA tests

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Original title:On examination of photocatalytic activity of rough surface samples by means of two methods – MB degradation and WCA tests
Authors:Martin Zouhar, Zdeněk Navrátil, Andrej Buček, František Peterka, Pavel Sťahel
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Citation:ZOUHAR, Martin, Zdeněk NAVRÁTIL, Andrej BUČEK, František PETERKA a Pavel SŤAHEL. On examination of photocatalytic activity of rough surface samples by means of two methods – MB degradation and WCA tests. In Potential and Applications of Thin Ceramic and Metal Coatings 2011. 2011. ISBN 978-80-261-0009-6.Export BibTeX
@proceedings{942656,
author = {Zouhar, Martin and Navrátil, Zdeněk and Buček, Andrej and Peterka, František and Sťahel, Pavel},
booktitle = {Potential and Applications of Thin Ceramic and Metal Coatings 2011},
keywords = {photocatalysis thin coatings analytical methods},
language = {cze},
isbn = {978-80-261-0009-6},
title = {On examination of photocatalytic activity of rough surface samples by means of two methods – MB degradation and WCA tests},
year = {2011}
}
Original language:Czech
Field:Plasma physics
Type:Conference abstract
Keywords:photocatalysis thin coatings analytical methods

We have examined photo-catalytic properties of samples with a harsh surface. Two variants of MB (Methylene Blue) degradation test (ISO 10678), being performed on two different devices, gave comparable values of photonic efficiency of 3.3 x 10-3. The WCA (Water Contact Angle) test (ISO 27448) yielded an increasing trend of the WCA as a function of irradiation time.

We have examined photo-catalytic properties of samples with a harsh surface. Two variants of MB (Methylene Blue) degradation test (ISO 10678), being performed on two different devices, gave comparable values of photonic efficiency of 3.3 x 10-3. The WCA (Water Contact Angle) test (ISO 27448) yielded an increasing trend of the WCA as a function of irradiation time.