The hollow nanomaterial is a unique material to be developed because of its characteristics, especially the surface area where it has more surfaces than other materials. In general, hollow nanomaterials could be synthesized using hard-templated, soft-templated, self-templated, template-free and simple methods. In this chance, the catalyst preparation focused on using a simple method to study its activity on the dyes photodegradation reaction, deNOx reaction, carbon dioxides utilization, and photoconversion of chemical compounds. The characterization is emphasized on Scanning electron and Transmission electron Microscopes were used to identify its structure and characteristics. Furthermore, the analysis of UV-Vis spectrophotometer and HPLC is done to point out its activity on the photodegradation of dyes, deNOx reaction, and photoconversion of cellulose and carbon dioxides utilization.
Part of the book: Novel Nanomaterials