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Zeolite-based Photocatalysts: A Promising Strategy for Efficient Photocatalysis

A photocatalyst is generally defined as a material that has the capability to induce chemical reactions of substances of interest adsorbed on the surface by light-generated active radicals [1]. The efficiency of the photocatalyst is a function of the balance between charge separation, ease of interfacial electron transfer and energywasting charge recombination [2]. With the inspiration of improving photocatalysis efficiency and selectivity, people are trying hard to develop new photocatalysts.

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