Dually Ordered Porous TiO2-rGO Composites with Controllable Light Absorption Properties for Efficient Solar Energy Conversion

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Yang, Yu
Jin, Quan
Mao, Dan
Qi, Jian
Wei, Yanze
Yu, Ranbo
Li, Anran
Li, Shuzhou
Zhao, Huijun
Ma, Yanwen
Wang, Lianhui
Hu, Wenping
Wang, Dan
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2017
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Quadruple-layered TiO2 films with controllable macropore size are prepared via a confinement self-assembly method. The inverse opal structure with ordered mesoporous (IOM) presents unique light reflection and scattering ability with different wavelengths. Cyan light (400–600 nm) is reflected and scattered by IOM-195, which is in accord with N719 absorption spectra. By manipulating the macropore size, different light responses are obtained.

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Advanced Materials

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29

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4

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Physical sciences

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Composite and hybrid materials

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