low-dimension, photocatalysis, nanostructure
Low-dimensional nanostructures are a promising class of ideal high-performance candidates for energy storage and conversion owing to their unique structural, optical, and chemical properties. Low-dimensional nanostructured photocatalysts have attracted ever-growing research attention. In this review, we mainly emphasize on summarizing the 0-, 1-, and 2-dimensional nanostructured photocatalysts systematically, including their photocatalytic performance, synthesis methods, and theoretical analysis. From the viewpoint of dimension, we try to figure out the way to design more high-efficiency photocatalysts towards numerous applications in the field of solar energy conversion, hoping to promote efficient control and rational development of photocatalysts.
Tsinghua University Press
Hao-Min XU, Huan-Chun WANG, Yang SHEN et al. Low-dimensional nanostructured photocatalysts. Journal of Advanced Ceramics 2015, 4(3): 159-182.