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Applications of Mesoporous Ordered Semiconductor Materials — Case Study of TiO2

By Antonio E. H. Machado, Karen A. Borges, Tatiana A. Silva, Lidiaine M. Santos, Mariana F. Borges, Werick A. Machado, Bruno P. Caixeta, Marcela Dias França, Samuel M. Oliveira, Alam G. Trovó and Antonio O.T. Patrocínio

Submitted: June 11th 2014Reviewed: October 16th 2014Published: May 6th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59602

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Antonio E. H. Machado, Karen A. Borges, Tatiana A. Silva, Lidiaine M. Santos, Mariana F. Borges, Werick A. Machado, Bruno P. Caixeta, Marcela Dias França, Samuel M. Oliveira, Alam G. Trovó and Antonio O.T. Patrocínio (May 6th 2015). Applications of Mesoporous Ordered Semiconductor Materials — Case Study of TiO2, Solar Radiation Applications Segun R. Bello, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/59602. Available from:

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