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bismuth oxybromide nanoflakes

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Composition

1

bismuth oxybromide

Type Single Compound
Formula BiOBr
Role raw materials

Properties

General physical and chemical properties

Property Value Nanomaterial Variant Source
methyl orange specific adsorption capacity

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Catalytic properties

Reaction Value Nanomaterial Variant Source
methyl orange photodegradation

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Applications

Area Application Nanomaterial Variant Source
catalysis

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Characterization

Method Nanomaterial Variant Source
field emission scanning electron microscopy

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Biological effects

Preparation

Method 1

Type: Chemical synthesis
Source:
Starting materials
  • potassium bromide
  • bismuth(III) nitrate
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Product

bismuth oxybromide nanoflakes

Size: not specified

Medium/Support: none

Method 2

Type: Chemical synthesis
Source:
Starting materials
  • bismuth(III) nitrate pentahydrate
  • 2-bromoethylamine hydrobromide
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Product

bismuth oxybromide nanoflakes

Pore width: 33.1 nm

Thickness: 25 - 50 nm

Width: 300 - 1500 nm

Medium/Support: none

Method 3

Type: Chemical synthesis
Source:
Starting materials
  • potassium bromide
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Product

bismuth oxybromide nanoflakes

Thickness: < 50 nm

Medium/Support: none

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