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Benzene can be activated by visible light (λ > 455 nm) in the presence of TiO2, which leads to formation of carbonaceous polymeric deposits on the titania surface. These photosynthesized surface-modified materials exhibit enhanced photoactivity in degradation of phenolic compounds, particularly under visible light irradiation.
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