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Ceramics for Environmental Systems. Ceramic Transactions, Volume 257. Ceramic Transactions Series

  • ID: 3821070
  • Book
  • 168 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This volume contains a collection of 14 papers submitted from the below five symposia held during the 11th International Symposium on Ceramic Materials and Components for Energy and Environmental Applications (CMCEE–11), June 14–19, 2015 in Vancouver, BC, Canada:

  • Photocatalysts for Energy and Environmental Applications
  • Advanced Functional Materials, Devices, and Systems for the Environment
  • Geopolymers, Inorganic Polymer Ceramics and Sustainable Composites
  • Macroporous Ceramics For Environmental and Energy Applications
  • Advanced Sensors for Energy, Environment, and Health Applications
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Preface vii

PHOTOCATALYSTS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS

Effect of Structural Properties on the Photoelectrochemical Performance of TiO2 Films 3A. K. Alves, A. C. Teloeken, F. A. Berutti, and C. P. Bergmann

Photocatalytic Degradation of Dyes using MWCNT–TiO2 Composites as Catalyst 13F. A. Berutti, A. P. Garcia, A. K. Alves, S. Da Dalt, and C. P. Bergmann

Synthesis of the TiO2–Long Lasting Phosphor (Sr4Al14O25:Eu2+,Dy3+) Composite and Its Photocatalytic Reaction Properties 23Jung–Sik Kim, Hyun–Je Sung, and Sang–Chul Jung

Development of Microtextured Titanium Dioxide Surface by using Microcutting Techniques 35J. Shimizu, T. Yamamoto, L. Zhou, T. Onuki, and H. Ojima

Morphology Control and Photocatalytic Activity of TiO2 Film 43Jinshu Wang, Hongyi Li, Junshu Wu, Qian Cai, Yilong Yang, and Bingxin Zhao

ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS, DEVICES, AND SYSTEMS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Electrochemical Devices with Oxide Ion Electrolytes for Formation of Hydrogen and Decomposition of Carbon Dioxide from the CH4 CO2 Mixed Biogas 59Yoshihiro Hirata, Soichiro Sameshima, and Taro Shimonosono

Gastight, Closed Pore Inclusive Porous Ceramics through a Superplastically Foaming Method 69Akira Kishimoto, Atsuki Tohji, Takashi Teranishi, and Hidetaka Hayashi

Cyanosilylation of Benzaldehyde with Trimethylsilyl Cyanide Over A–Site Metal Substituted Perovskite–Type Oxide Catalyst Prepared by Thermal Decomposition of Heteronuclear Cyano Complex Precursors 81Syuhei Yamaguchi, Hiroki Wada, Takahisa Okuwa, and Hidenori Yahiro

GEOPOLYMERS, INORGANIC POLYMER CERAMICS, AND SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITES

Nanoparticles Seeded Geopolymers 93Matteo Pernechele, Tom Troczynski, and Marek Pawlik

NH3BH3 and NaBH4 Enclosed in Geopolymers and Zeolites 105C. H. Rüscher, L. Schomborg, Z. Assi, and J. C. Buhl

MACROPOROUS CERAMICS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY APPLICATIONS

Silicon Carbide Membranes for Water Filtration Applications 121Melanie Kuhn, Abhaya Bakshi, Eric Sheridan, Fabiano Rodrigues, Adrien Vincent, Malte Moeller, and Ronald Neufert

Fabrication of Porous Ceramics with Cylindrical Pores and Incorporating Pores by Unidirectional Solidification Process 129Shunkichi Ueno and Jun–Woo Lee

ADVANCED SENSORS FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, AND HEALTH APPLICATIONS

Printed Cantilevers and MOS Gas Sensors for Hazardous Gas Detection at Room Temperature 139Hélène Debéda, Van Son Nguyen, Fernando Almazán, Maria Pina Pilar, Véronique Jubéra, and Claude Lucat

Sensing Characterization of the MOS Micro Gas Sensor Array on Gas Mixture 147Bum–Joon Kim and Jung–Sik Kim

Author Index 159

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