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Flux synthesis of regular Bi4TaO8Cl square nanoplates exhibiting dominant exposure surfaces of {001} crystal facets for photocatalytic reduction of CO2 to methane

Flux synthesis of regular Bi4TaO8Cl square nanoplates exhibiting dominant exposure surfaces of {001} crystal facets for photocatalytic reduction of CO2 to methane
Lanqin Tang, Zhigang Zou, Qiutong Han, Yong Zhou, Ping Li, Liang Li, Yuan Zhang
Orthorhombic Bi4TaO8Cl square nanoplates were successfully synthesized using a facile molten salt route. The as-prepared square nanoplates have been proven to be of the {001} crystal facets as two dominantly exposed surfaces.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/NR/~3/X5Jep_et-Jo/C7NR06279F

DOI: 2018/NR/C7NR06279F

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