A miniaturized reactor for photocatalysis and for simultaneous in situ spectroscopy

Saladin, F.; Meier, A.; Kamber, I.
June 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun96, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p2406
Academic Journal
Presents the design of a miniaturized photoreactor that allows for continuous and stopped flow of photochemical experiments on solid photocatalysts with gaseous educts. Analysis of volatile products; Design goals for the micro-photoreactor; Geometry of the channel system.


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