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Biomolecule-mediated hydrothermal synthesis of polyoxoniobate-CdS nanohybrids with enhanced photocatalytic performance for hydrogen production and RhB degradation

Biomolecule-mediated hydrothermal synthesis of polyoxoniobate-CdS nanohybrids with enhanced photocatalytic performance for hydrogen production and RhB degradation
Lancui Zhang, Wansheng You, Yunfei He, Hongmei Zhao, Ran Wang, Meiying Liu, Yunhe Li, Hong Chen
NiS/Nb6-CdS nanohybrid synthesized by a mild L-cystine-mediated hydrothermal strategy demonstrates an enhanced H2-evolution activity under visible light irradiation, which exceeds that of bare CdS by a factor of 39.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/DT/~3/95SGQZVEBYc/C7DT01729D

DOI: 2017/DT/C7DT01729D

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