158 pages | 46 B/W Illus.
The book presents a review of research and pilot-scale efforts undertaken by scientists all over the world towards utilization of solar energy for environmental remediation. It gives a complete account of the solar photocatalytic degradation of pollutants present in wastewater and atmosphere and also discusses the solid-phase photocatalytic degradation of plastics in the form of composite. The text further describes the hydrogen generation by photocatalytic water splitting. Various solar collectors and reactors used especially for environmental remediation are also elucidated.
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1. Introduction 2. Solar Collectors and Reactors for Environmental Applications 3. Solar Energy for Water and Wastewater Treatmen 4. Solid-phase Photocatalytic Degradation of Plastic Films-Polymers Degraded 5. Photocatalysis for Control of Air Pollution 6. Solar Water Splitting 7. Conclusion