Photochemical method of silver deposition on a quartz surface modified by polybutoxytitanium
Russian Journal of General Chemistry
The results of silver photochemical deposition on a surface of titanium-containing coatings are presented. The formation of the particles occurs in a near-surface layer with a direct involvement of the coating which gains an anatase structure under the action of UV light. The deposition of silver begins with the formation of low-atomic clusters which reach particle sizes of 300 nm in diameter and 35-40 nm in thickness under long irradiation. The quantum yield of the reduction of Ag(I) ions is 0.001. © 2009 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
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Roslov, I. I.; Bartak, D.; Gorbunova, V. V.; and Boitsova, T. B., "Photochemical method of silver deposition on a quartz surface modified by polybutoxytitanium" (2009). Faculty Publications. 2269.