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Research Article Volume 2 Issue 4

Optoelectronic Properties of Platinum Doped TiO_2/Si Structures for Photocatalysis

M Kassmi1*, R Samti2, A Hajjaji1, W Dimassi1 and M Amlouk3

1Centre de Recherche et des Technologies de l’Energie, Tunisia
2Institut Préparatoire des Études Scientifiques et Techniques, IPEST la Marsa, Université Tunis Carthage, Tunisia
3Laboratoire de Nanomatériaux, Nanotechnologie et Energie (L2NE), Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Université de Tunis El Manar, Tunisia

*Corresponding Author: M Kassmi, Centre de Recherche et des Technologies de l’Energie, Tunisia.

Received: February 20, 2022; Published: March 24, 2022

Abstract

This article covers little specific outcomes and connotations related to the photocatalytic properties of titanium oxide films distinctively doped by platinum, and deposited on a silicon substrate by means of the PLD technique. Through I-V spectroscopic investigates, laser-beam-induced current (LBIC), optical reflectivity and impedance spectroscopy, it is followed that an ideal percentage somewhere in the range of 0.2% and 0.3% of Pt invites updating an extremely fascinating photocatalytic execution of such structures against methylene blue photodegradation (MB) as a dye in the UV-visible spectral tape.

Keywords: TiO_2; Platinum; Impedance Spectroscopy; Reflectivity; Current-Voltage; Light Beam Induced Current (LBIC)

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Citation

Citation: M Kassmi., et al. “Optoelectronic Properties of Platinum Doped TiO_2/Si Structures for Photocatalysis". Acta Scientific Applied Physics 2.4 (2022): 02-07.

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Copyright: © 2022 M Kassmi., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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