关键字：photocatalyst; TiO2; Microcystis; H2 production; N2 fixation
摘要：Solar-driven photocatalysis has been known as one of the most potential technologies to tackle the energy shortage and environmental pollution issues. Utilizing bio-pollutants to prepare functional materials has been considered as a green option. Herein, we used Microcystis aeru-ginosa as a bio-template to fabricate a Microcystis@TiO2 photocatalyst using a calcination method. The as-prepared Microcystis@TiO2 showed prominent ability as well as favorable stability for photocatalytic reduction reactions including hydrogen evolution and nitrogen fixation. Under light illumination, Microcystis@TiO2 calcined at 550 °C exhibited optimal photo-reduced activity among all samples, with the highest hydrogen evolution (1.36 mmol·g−1·h−1) and ammonia gen-eration rates (0.97 mmol·g−1·h−1). This work provides a feasible approach to prepare functional materials from disposed pollutants.
全部作者：Shijie Zhang,Lihui Xiao
通讯作者：Jingcai Chang,Xiaoge Wu,Zuoli He