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Recent advances in the use of TiO2 nanotube powder in biological, environmental, and energy applications

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The use of titanium dioxide nanotubes in the powder form (TNTP) has been a hot topic for the past few decades in many applications. The high quality of the fabricated TNTP by various synthetic routes may meet the required threshold of performance in a plethora of fields such as drug delivery, sensors, supercapacitors, and photocatalytic applications. This review briefly discusses the synthesis techniques of TNTP, their use in various applications, and future perspectives to expand their use in more applications.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the use of TiO2 nanotube powder in biological, environmental, and energy applications

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Submitted
29 May 2019
Accepted
01 Jul 2019
First published
11 Jul 2019

This article is Open Access

Nanoscale Adv., 2019,1, 2801-2816
Article type
Review Article

Recent advances in the use of TiO2 nanotube powder in biological, environmental, and energy applications

W. A. Abbas, I. H. Abdullah, B. A. Ali, N. Ahmed, A. M. Mohamed, M. Y. Rezk, N. Ismail, M. A. Mohamed and N. K. Allam, Nanoscale Adv., 2019, 1, 2801
DOI: 10.1039/C9NA00339H

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