Formation of Copper-Containing Particles on the Quartz Surface as a Result of the Photolysis of Copper(II) Complexes with Amino Acids
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Island copper-containing films consisting mainly of copper(I) oxide particles were obtained on a quartz surface by photochemical decomposition of copper(II) complex compounds with amino acids. The size and morphology of Cu2O particles and their dependence on the photolysis duration and the amino acid nature contained in the complex were established. The films obtained by the complex [Cu(β-Ala)2] photolysis have the highest photocatalytic activity in reactions of methyl orange photodecomposition.
Keywordsnanoparticles copper(I) oxide copper(II) complexes with amino acids photolysis photocatalysis
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